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Demystify Pre and Post Partum Training – Level 1

(68 customer reviews)

Duration:

4.75 hrs

Language:

French

Subtitles:

No Subtitles

$ 275.00

This course is only available in French.

Some health care professionals are not comfortable guiding women in the design of a prenatal exercise program or a post-natal fitness program. Out of embarrassment or ignorance, both health care professionals and clients will not address pelvic floor issues following childbirth, believing that the issue will not be influenced by the choice of exercise. These women do not know how to train, how to adapt their physical activities, or even where to start!

This course is designed for all health professionals who wish to work with pregnant and postpartum women. Specifically, this course covers the following topics:

THEORETICAL PART (75%):

PRENATAL:

  • Anatomy of the pelvic floor and abdominals
  • Physiological changes during pregnancy, the impact of different trimesters
  • Physical activity during pregnancy (benefits, risks, absolute contraindications)
  • Potential pelvic floor problems during pregnancy
  • Potential musculoskeletal pain during pregnancy

 

POSTNATAL:

  • Potential pelvic floor issues after childbirth
  • The reality of the new mother
  • The diastasis of big rights
  • Physical activity and the new mother’s return to sports (benefits, the concept of progression)
  • What you need to understand and know about physical activity pessaries

 

PRACTICAL PART (25%):

Demonstration of online exercises:

  • The basic exercises to engage the transverse abdomen and progression.
  • Pelvic floor recruitment exercises, the right instructions! Pelvic floor palpation as an outpatient!
  • Basic exercises to include in an exercise program for pregnant and postnatal women, and what to AVOID!
  • The main tapings to know for the pregnant and postnatal woman

 

Published: November 4, 2019

Updated: 11/04/2019

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  1. Know the anatomy and role of the pelvic floor and deep abdominals
  2. Understand pelvic floor and abdominal issues and risk factors in the prenatal period
  3. Understand the difference between the risks of activities for the fetus versus the health of the mother
  4. Know how to accommodate athletes, sportswomen and inactive women during pregnancy
  5. Know the recommendations for physical activity for pregnant women (what activities to choose, when)
  6. Understand postnatal rehabilitation depending on the condition (cesarean section vs. vaginal delivery)
  7. Know the problems of the pelvic floor and abdominal muscles in the postnatal period as well as the risk factors
  8. Understand the relationship between the diaphragm, transverse abdominis and perineum
  9. Know where to start in terms of physical activity in the postpartum period
  10. Understand the importance of physiotherapy and kinesiology management

Anne-Marie Giguère

Physiotherapist M.Sc. PT
Women’s Health
Quebec, Canada

Sarah Baribeau

Kinesiologist, Kinesitherapist Kin, M.Sc.
Women’s Health
Quebec, Canada

68 reviews for Demystify Pre and Post Partum Training – Level 1

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1-5 of 68 reviews
  1. Very well structured, but I found that some subjects were too vulgarized.

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  4. Super interesting. I’m looking forward to the return of face-to-face courses to practice the ex’s and assimilate them better. But otherwise, super clear!

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4.75 Hours

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Online Self-paced Course

5 Bia points

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6 months
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