About

IMG_1890I am a Doctor of Physical Therapy, certified pelvic floor specialist (PRPC & CAPP), certified Stott Pilates instructor, and runner with celieac disease. My intention for this blog is to provide insight and education on pelvic health, running, Pilates, and nutrition. I hope that you enjoy my Pilates workouts, recipes, and informative pieces on general health from a physical therapy point of view. This information is not meant to replace the advice of your physician so do consult your physician before engaging in a new exercise program!

For opportunities to work with me, you can contact me at amandaolsondpt@gmail.com

Enjoy!

Amanda Olson

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3 Responses to About

  1. Patrick Bender says:

    Awesome !!!

  2. Gina says:

    What is your recommendation for return to running post partum and breast feeding? gina

    • Hi Gina,
      The good news is that there is no evidence that return to running reduces breast milk production. That being said, dehydration can effect breast milk so you will want to be sure to replace the fluids that you sweat off while running. Carrying water with you or replacing immediately after is recommended!

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