Say goodbye to leaking, pain, and prolapse, and HELLO to Functional and Strong Motherhood.
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Hey! It’s Dr. Marcy Crouch, board-certified women’s health physical therapist and pelvic floor expert!
Whether your last baby was born 6 weeks or 60 years ago, you need to be at this workshop! This workshop is for YOU...
If you’re tired of wet undies, a less-than-satisfactory sex life or you’re missing out on the FUN part of being a mom, this is for YOU. Let’s stop stressing about the sneeze, and help you start being the mom you want to be.
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Stick around for the Q&A at the end and add your own questions to the mix — nothing is TMI!
You can ask me anything.
Marcy received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California in 2010. She then completed a Women’s Health Residency program in Dallas, TX where she focused on all aspects of pelvic floor dysfunction, pregnancy, and postpartum musculoskeletal issues. She then obtained her WCS, which identifies her as Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Women’s Health Physical Therapy.
Hear what other moms are saying after taking my courses and online classes:
"I've had pain with intercourse my whole marriage and I thought that was something that was not changeable. Turns out Marcy’s program has totally changed that for me…I don't have that pain anymore."
"Before Marcy I was dealing with bladder leakage and embarrassment, now I am more confident and in control of my body."
"I had lots of issues with prolapse and discomfort in my pelvis and I don't any more!"
"Within 2 weeks urination and sex problems were gone or VERY rare."
"I had experienced a rectal prolapse after my first pregnancy and was also already seeing some diastasis during this last pregnancy, so I wanted as much information as possible to prevent any issues and fix any issues after my son was born. I’m 12 weeks postpartum now and this program has helped me SO much! My diastasis is already so much better and my prolapse is far less significant than last time."