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C-Section Scars Q&A
C-Section Scars Q&A

Wed, May 17


The Labour Dept.

C-Section Scars Q&A

Join us for C-Section Scars, a special edition of Not Your Mama's Q&A. We'll talk about how c-section scars impact your brain, your body and your pelvic floor. You'll learn techniques to address scar pain and sensitivity, along with ways to reconnect and build strength again.

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Time & Location

May 17, 2023, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

The Labour Dept., Postjesweg 68, 1057 ED Amsterdam, Netherlands

About the event

This Q&A is especially for anyone who isn’t sure really where to begin in their c-section recovery. Maybe you’ve recently given birth or perhaps it’s years later- it’s never too late (or too early) to take care of your body. This Q&A is also a great pre-hab for mamas who have a scheduled c-section birth coming up. I mean, people get pre-hab for knee & back surgery, why not for

c-sections too?

The C-Section Scars Q&A includes:

  • Anatomy of c-section birth
  • Causes c-section scar discomfort and problems
  • Exercises to restore strength and mobility for c-section recovery
  • Scar massage and desensitization techniques to directly address any pain or sensitivity

The C-Section Scars Q&A is for anyone who:

  • Experiences c-section scar pain
  • Isn't sure where to begin their c-section recovery
  • Has developed an aversion to touching their scar

About Not Your Mama's Q&A

1 Below presents Not Your Mama's Q&A, a monthly meet-up for mothers and mothers-to-be to discuss pelvic wellness and motherhood. The Q&A provides a space to connect with other moms and learn about your body in a laidback informative atmosphere. During each meet-up, we talk about different issues regarding pregnancy, birth and postpartum and provide tangible steps to improve your pelvic health. You deserve to feel confident and comfortable in your body, so don't hesitate, come get the support you need.

About your teacher:

Britt is a Doctor of Physical Therapy (Samuel Merritt University). She is passionate about pelvic health, with 10 years' experience treating patients with pelvic floor dysfunction, and teaching in university classrooms and community outreach programs. Britt also holds specialties in orthopaedic and manual therapy as a Certified Functional Manual Therapist (Institute of Physical Art) and Board-Certified Orthopaedics Clinical Specialist (American Physical Therapy Association). Additionally, she obtained her Research Science Masters (Vrije Univeristeit) in the study of pelvic floor neuromuscular control along with a grant to publish her work.

Britt lives in Amsterdam with her husband and young daughter. She uses her expertise and friendly approach to make the pelvic floor knowledge accessible, relevant and fun. Britt is passionate about empowering women, especially mothers, to thrive in their pelvic health today and for the future.

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