How Do You Know If This Course Is For You?

  • If you are pregnant or thinking of becoming pregnant

  • You want to prepare your pelvic floor for birth

  • If you've given birth (no matter how old your children are)

  • You are having pain with sex, peeing when coughing/sneezing, and don't know why

  • You want to gain more knowledge about the pelvic floor to help bring awareness to others

Course curriculum

What You'll Learn

  • Where the pelvic floor is and how it's affected by pregnancy and birth

  • Tips for preparing your pelvic floor for birth

  • How painful sex, peeing when coughing, core weakness, and other common postpartum problems are connected to the pelvic floor

  • When kegels can help pelvic floor problems and when they are harmful

  • How pelvic floor physical therapy can help pelvic floor problems whether you just had your baby or had your kids long ago

Instructor

  • Christina McGee, PT, DPT

    Doctor of Physical Therapy

    Christina McGee, PT, DPT

    Christina McGee PT, DPT is a doctor of physical therapy with Sullivan Physical Therapy, a pelvic floor specialty clinic in Austin, TX. Christina treats pelvic floor dysfunction adults and children of all genders and ages, but has a passion for pregnancy and postpartum care. She additionally created a partnership with Austin Area Birthing Center to maximize pelvic floor education and healing for clients at AABC, offering treatment on site. She was a top 3 contender in 2018 for best physical therapist in Austin through the Austin American Statesman. Christina loves educating on topics of prevention and wellness in relation to pelvic health.

Course Reviews

What Parents and Professionals Say About This Course

  • So incredibly helpful!

    Katie Puhr

    I loved this course. Far too many women have never been educated about what’s going on inside their pelvis, and most have only read the occasional kegal arti...

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    I loved this course. Far too many women have never been educated about what’s going on inside their pelvis, and most have only read the occasional kegal article in Cosmo. This course is a great introduction to the common issues that plague the pelvic floors of women who have experienced childbirth. I loved the explanation that many of these issues are “common, but not normal”, as the idea of “peezing” (peeing when you sneeze) has become comical in our society because so many experience it. I personally wish pelvic floor PT referrals were standard after birth in the US, but until they are, this is a great resource to help determine if PT is something a woman could benefit from.

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  • Great place to start if it is new, great way to grow basi...

    MJ Lynch

    As a doula and childbirth educator with over a decade of experience, I have a fair level of knowledge, and I still learned quite a bit from this course. Eno...

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    As a doula and childbirth educator with over a decade of experience, I have a fair level of knowledge, and I still learned quite a bit from this course. Enough to highly recommend it to others. I am considering gifting this course to my doula partners as a thank you gift!

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  • Excellent Course

    Melanie J Wattles

    Excellent course. Lots of useful and interesting information. I found it very helpful even though I am 10 years postpartum! Well presented ... clear but in a...

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    Excellent course. Lots of useful and interesting information. I found it very helpful even though I am 10 years postpartum! Well presented ... clear but in a very relatable way. Well done.

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  • Very instructional

    Jocelyn Skelton

    The course was very thorough and instructional. Being able to recognize some of the possible weaknesses of your body is so valuable when seeking help. Also b...

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    The course was very thorough and instructional. Being able to recognize some of the possible weaknesses of your body is so valuable when seeking help. Also being able to talk about those common not normal issues during pregnancy and the postpartum phase is so valuable. I also liked that it was not just about postpartum care but also covered pelvic floor tension which is definitely less accepted and understood. While I appreciated the material there were some issues with the filming process. Nothing that was overly distracting but especially in the last video there were portions of the dialog that were missed

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  • accurate and informative

    DeLora Frederickson

    accurate and informative

    accurate and informative

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Pelvic Floor Issues Are Preventable and Treatable

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