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Institute For Birth Healing

Educating & Empowering
Pelvic Health Physical Therapists

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COMPLIMENTARY COURSE 

Sacral Flexion Pattern

FREE ONLINE SELF-PACED COURSE WITH NO CEUs

Learn to access the sacrum, coccygeus, and EAS to determine if the body is stuck in Sacral Flexion, causing your client pain and dysfunction. 

By learning to mobilize the sacrum and release the pattern, the pelvis is able to function properly without pain.

Effective Treatment Options:

Manual Treatment for Sacral Extension

> Self Treatment for At-Home Program

FREE ENROLLMENT

FEATURED COURSE $247

Cracking the Code of Internal Pelvic Floor Treatment

The Missing Link To Successful Intravaginal Work

ONLINE SELF-PACED COURSE WITH CEUs

The Missing Link?

Yes, it is the “link” between the pelvic bones and the pelvic floor muscles that is missing. To achieve the greatest results the pelvic bones need to be engaged before the muscles will respond. That’s right, internal work must include external work, too!

> Decrease the Recovery Time

> Reduce Pain and Discomfort in Fewer Sessions

> Help Women Return to a Fully Functioning Body

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HOLISTIC TREATMENT COURSES

Pregnant | Postpartum | Advanced Postpartum

Learn a holistic approach to preparing clients for labor/delivery and facilitating complete healing from giving birth.

These three courses are designed to teach you how to work safely and effectively with a client at any stage of pregnancy or postpartum.

You will learn how to:

  • identify the common problems moms experience before and after birth
  • honor and respect the client, baby, and the body when assessing and treating
  • conduct a holistic assessment that will give you clues on how to treat
  • identify the common birthing patterns causing pain and dysfunction
  • select and apply the appropriate holistic treatment techniques
  • achieve positive outcomes in fewer sessions
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FEATURED ARTICLES

FEATURED VIDEOS

Closing the Bones Exercise

Correcting The Sacrum

Pelvic Floor Muscle Contraction

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