Sam Dawson-Tandy is a physical therapist and pelvic floor specialist in Utah. Sam shares reasons why someone may see a pelvic floor PT, how appointments work, and things she wishes women knew pre-pregnancy, during pregnancy, and postpartum.
She realized as she worked over the last several years that pelvic floor physical therapy is not accessible to everyone, so she decided to start Birth, Embodied. Her goal is to provide empowering, accessible, tangible education to the perinatal community. She offers two community classes: birth preparation and postpartum recovery. Her classes are held virtually (for anyone) and in person (in Utah).
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