Bodyworkers at Prenatal Yoga Center

Prenatal & Postpartum Bodyworkers at Prenatal Yoga Center

Prenatal Yoga Center is honored to be home for the following bodyworkers. Physical therapy and chiropractic care can further the work you do in yoga classes to help relieve aches and pains and align your body for its most functional birth.

Patricia Ladis, PT, CBBA

Patricia Ladis, PT, CBBA, has been practicing holistic physical therapy & injury prevention screenings since 1999. Patricia specializes in treating the whole woman during her perinatal years to optimize her pregnancy and postpartum experience, including preventing and closing diastasis using real-time ultrasound. She is the co-founder of First 1000 Days of Wellness and was co-founder of KIMA Wellness.

Patricia is a mother of 3 and has experienced all three births- natural vaginal birth without any medications, cesarean section and a VBAC (vaginal birth after cesarean).

Call or email for an appointment:

(917) 751-5455

57th Street Chiropractic

57th Street Chiropractic specializes in chiropractic care for expecting mothers. When your body goes through the various stages of pregnancy and labor, your spine is subjected to extreme stress. This frequently causes lower back pain, headaches and migraines, nausea, insomnia, and other symptoms.

Over 50% of pregnant women complain of lower back pain during pregnancy, caused primarily by the weight that must be balanced by an overworked spine and support system. Furthermore, a body that is stressed, misaligned and worn out can result in complications during delivery – resulting in anything from a painful delivery to problems with positioning the baby correctly.

Dealing with shifting weight, imbalance and pain & discomfort from a taxed nervous system are prime reasons for chiropractic care for pregnant women. Dr. Gregg D. Rubinstein and his staff are experts at delivering high-quality chiropractic services for expecting mothers from day one of pregnancy to birth – and beyond.

To schedule an appointment with our bodyworkers, please visit their individual websites.