Always FREE SHIPPING + EXCHANGES for US orders.
Cart
{[{jc.cart.data.item_count}]} product products
There are no products in your cart!
{[{ item.product_title }]}
{[{ item.variant_title }]}
{[{ item.price }]}
{[{ item.original_price }]}
Subtotal
{[{ jc.cart.data.total_price }]}
{[{jc.cart.data.total_discount}]}
DOCTOR RECOMMENDED

Why Expecting Moms Need Pregnancy Belly and Back Support

by: Sean Daneshmand, MD - Perinatal ObGyn, San Diego CA Pregnancy back pain. Check. Abdominal separation. Check. As an expecting mom, you may already be making a list of the not-so-nice effects your growing baby is having on your body. And while pregnancy back pain and other complaints are common, you don’t need to suffer through them. Here are ...
Read more

What New Moms Need to Know About C-Section Healing and Recovery

by: Heather Jeffcoat, DPT - Women's Health Physical Therapy, Los Angeles CAA Cesarean Section or C-section is real surgery. Aside from the obvious birth of a baby, the cesarean section has all the other features of any invasive procedure, from the incision to the recovery time. The challenge is that new moms have a full agenda that includes feed...
Read more

Support for Pregnancy Discomfort and Post Pregnancy Recovery

  by: Sean Daneshmand, MD - Perinatal ObGyn, San Diego CA Sweet, sleepy smiles. Contagious giggles. You will adore your little bundle of joy, but you might not adore the price your body might be paying in the process. From pregnancy back pain to post pregnancy weight and condition, your body needs support for the changes that happen during and ...
Read more

Healing and Recovery After a Traditional Delivery

  by: Sean Daneshmand, MD - Perinatal ObGyn, San Diego CA What does recovery from vaginal delivery look and feel like? Maybe this is your first baby. Or perhaps this is your first vaginal birth delivery. If you want to know what to expect in the days and weeks following birth, this intro guide will share what to expect as well as options for pos...
Read more

The Truth About Your Pregnant Body: Aches, Pains, and Common Changes

by: Sean Daneshmand, MD - Perinatal ObGyn, San Diego CA and founder of Miracle Babies   Congratulations on your pregnancy! Your body will spend nine months adapting to accommodate the little one growing inside you. But all that growing triggers changes in your body—some you’re familiar with and some that may surprise you. This guide will share 7...
Read more

Pregnancy Back Pain Explained

  by: Heather Jeffcoat, DPT - Women's Health Physical Therapy, Los Angeles CA The baby belly. It’s the most obvious way a woman’s body changes during pregnancy. But the transformation is so pronounced that it causes somewhat less visible—but still uncomfortable—physiological changes. Pregnancy-related back pain can be so severe that it interfere...
Read more

What is Rectus Diastasis?

  Knowing about Diastasis Recti and your postpartum recovery by: Robert Kessler, MD - Plastic Surgeon, Newport Beach CA The main muscles in the abdominal wall are called the Rectus Abdominus muscles. These muscles run from the rib cage to the pubic bone and define the contour of the abdomen. The muscles are segmental and in thin, athletic indivi...
Read more

How to Beat the Post-Pregnancy Belly Blues

by: Heather Jeffcoat, DPT - Women's Health Physical Therapy, Los Angeles CA No woman is immune to the post-pregnancy baby belly blues. What once nurtured a growing baby is now achy and sore as well as flabby and toneless. But, for many women, it’s what’s going on inside the body during post-pregnancy healing that triggers not only discomfort but...
Read more

Pregnancy Support and Reducing Post-Pregnancy Healing Problems

  by: Heather Jeffcoat, DPT - Women's Health Physical Therapy, Los Angeles CA During pregnancy, the focus is often on doing the right things to deliver a healthy newborn. But what do moms do during pregnancy to prevent and relieve pain and complications after the birth? The fact is that the way you support your body during pregnancy can have a s...
Read more

Physical Changes Affecting Your Body During and After Pregnancy

    by: Heather Jeffcoat, DPT - Women's Health Physical Therapy, Los Angeles CAPregnancy is a period of significant change in a women’s body. The growing fetus leads to an altered posture and over-stretched abdominal muscles.  Due to the growing fetus, the belly is pulled forward, creating increased sway (Lordosis) in the lower back. The hip fle...
Read more

C-Section Delivery: Healing and Recovery

  by: Sean Daneshmand, MD - Perinatal ObGyn, San Diego CA As a new mom, you have plenty on your mind, from worrying about whether your newborn will be healthy to how you’ll manage the new addition to the family. But if you are planning a C-section or are recovering from one, you have a bit more on your mind. In addition to post-delivery fatigue...
Read more

What Happens To The Tummy (Abdominal Wall) During Pregnancy?

by: Robert Kessler, MD - Plastic Surgeon, Newport Beach CA  The abdominal wall is made up of three main structures from a practical point of view; the muscle or strength layer, the fatty layer and the skin. Each of these layers are affected and impacted differently in each pregnancy. The skin and muscle have an incredible ability to stretch. Ski...
Read more