Juliana Galante-Wiegman

Pelvic Floor Health: The Ins and Outs of Maintaining a Healthy Pelvic Floor

As a pelvic health physical therapist, I am often talking to my clients about the pelvic floor, where it lives...

Dry Needling: An Innovative Tool in Treating Pelvic-Related Conditions

Physical Therapy is an ever-changing profession, growing on constant research, patient cases, and treatment techniques. Dry needling can be an...

Early C-Section Recovery: 6 Helpful Tips

(Last Updated: 4/5/24) Becoming a parent is a huge milestone and a big change in your life. Your newborn will...

Postpartum Workout Gear: Recommendations from a Physical Therapist

A conversation I often have with a majority of postpartum moms includes “What comfortable workout clothes do you recommend?” or...

Returning to Exercise After a C-Section: The 4 Step Approach

A cesarean section (c-section) is a common operation that pregnant people may have as a method of delivering a child/children....

Postpartum Running: Should I Run with Diastasis Recti?

Postpartum running is like training for a marathon, the more time you put into it, the more successful you will...

5 Ways to Maximize your Return to Running Postpartum

In 2019, I started reading books on a more frequent basis. I read a few books on running including “Born...

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3 Breathing Tips for Runners to Optimize Diaphragm Function & Run Faster

Ah, breathing, a normal, autonomic function we do every day. While breathing is something we may not think about, things...

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Modifying your Workout During your Pregnancy: Safe and Effective Ways to Get Strong

Pregnancy is associated with significant anatomical, hormonal, metabolic, and cardio-pulmonary changes (1). Isn’t it awesome that our bodies can adapt...

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Pregnancy Workouts: How to Monitor your Symptoms & Why it is Important to Continue Physical Activity

Learn more about how to monitor yourself while working out when pregnant, the research behind why it is safe for...

Navigating the first few weeks...