A common misconception about C-section restoration is that symptoms will naturally improve over time.
Many clients have been advised by their doctors, encountered this idea in the media, found it on Google, or heard it from friends. It's important to dispel this misinformation because it can lead to the development of chronic symptoms.
Symptoms like back pain, shoulder pain, lack of mobility, hip pain, pain in the incision and discomfort with moving. The truth is that, unlike other major orthopedic surgeries that require rehabilitation, C-section restoration often receives little to no focused support.
The priority should be helping new mothers regain mobility and normal function so they can effectively care for their baby and return to their daily routines.
In reality, after undergoing major surgery, new mothers are often sent home to recover while simultaneously caring for their newborns with little sleep. However, their bodies require support to regain normal function.
Have you also believed in this myth? Could this misconception be one of the reasons why you're still experiencing symptoms?
If you'd like to learn more about this and other myths surrounding C-section restoration, please book your complimentary consultation now!