Nearly 50% of women experience some form of pelvic discomfort after childbirth

 You don’t have to be one of them.

Ready to Say Goodbye
to Pelvic Discomfort?

When you’re struggling with pain, sexual dysfunction, or incontinence, you should never have to ‘just deal with it’. Many women face these challenges after childbirth, impacting their lives in every way. Discover a new approach to improving your pelvic health, led by expert Women’s Health Physical Therapist Mary Roberts, PT DPT, CLT, WCS. 

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Understanding the Pelvic Floor

The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that acts as a hammock to support you bladder, uterus, and rectum. A strong pelvic floor can effectively manage:

  • RSupport of the pelvic organs
  • RContinence of the bladder and bowels
  • RStability of the core and low back
  • RSexual function and pleasure

How the Pelvic Floor Functions

When functioning properly, the pelvic floor maintains healthy function when the pressure of daily activities like sneezing, coughing, and exercising is applied. When this occurs, the muscles contract to support the organs and low back.

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The Impact of Childbirth

During pregnancy and childbirth, the pelvic floor muscles experience an array of changes and potential damage that make it difficult for the muscles to properly contract and function. This may include: 

  • RStretching and strain from labor
  • RTears or episiotomies
  • RNerve damage to the pelvis or low back
  • RElasticity changes from hormonal changes
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Most Common Pelvic Health Challenges

After childbirth, you may not even know that the struggles you’re experiencing are caused by  a weak pelvic pelvic floor. The three most common symptoms of this may include:


Sexual Dysfunction

Back & Pelvic Pain

Understanding Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is a common issue that many women face after childbirth. During pregnancy, the growth of the baby along with hormone changes can stretch and weaken the pelvic floor. Giving birth also contributes heavily to this.

There Are Two Main Types of Incontinence

Stress Incontinence

Leaking urine when coughing, sneezing, laughing, or exercising.

Urge Incontinence

A sudden, intense urge to urinate followed by involuntary leakage.

Incontinence can be improved with the help of various exercises. Strength training, flexibility training, and healthy habits can help strengthen the pelvic floor and reduce incontinence.

Sexual Discomfort & Pain

A weakened pelvic floor can lead to physical discomfort during sexual activity. This pain is known as dyspareunia.

Dyspareunia is caused when the pelvic floor muscles are too weak to support the surrounding organs. Vaginal sensitivity can also contribute to this.

Though this discomfort is physical, it can lead to mental and emotional strain. Self-conciousness and anxiety regarding sexual intimacy can intorduce stress into a marriage or relationship, and fear of pain during intimacy can develop. Due to these mental impacts, it is crucial to address this pain early.

Through breathing techniques and certain exercise, the symptoms of sexual dysfunction can be greatly reduced.

Back and Pelvic Pain

The back and pelvis are two common areas of pain after childbirth. Various activites can greatly improve your pain. These activities include strength training, mobility workouts, and breathing mechanics.

Low Back Pain

Persistent pain or sharp ache in the lower back, often made worse by certain movements or positions.

Pelvic Pain

Discomfort in the pelvic area which can be constant or triggered by certain activities like walking, sitting or standing for too long.

Sacroiliac Pain

Pain in the area where the spine meets the pelvis, often felt on one side and can radiate down the leg.

Hip Pain

Discomfort in the hip joints, often related to changes in posture and gait during and after pregnancy.

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Get Relief From Pelvic Dysfunction

Every woman’s pelvic floor condition is unique, and most require more targeted exercises for the entire body that go further than just doing Kegels.  

Finding the Right Program

Well, it’s tough. There’s a shortage of clinicians, creating a backlog that takes months to be seen. Further complicating the issue, most clinicians don’t accept insurance, costing you $100-$300 per session. 

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Dr. Mary Roberts, PT DPT CLT WCS

Exercise Can Be Your Solution

Indi is committed to providing you access to expertly crafted programs to help you move and exercise. Each program is created by a Physical Therapist like Dr. Mary Roberts. 

As one of few Pelvic Health providers, Mary treats countless women who struggle with pelvic dysfunction, many of whom waited months to begin treatment. 

In many cases, Mary realized most women would benefit from a targeted program addressing the common causes for pelvic dysfunction.

This inspired her to create a holistic indi workout program entirely dedicated to Pelvic Health. Her program goes beyond simple exercises, focusing on strengthening the pelvic floor, alleviating pain, and improving overall health. 

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About the Program

  • 16 workouts to strengthen every aspect of the pelvic floor
  • Addresses core strength to improve stability and lessen back pain
  • Holistic approaches and breathing techniques promote relaxation
  • Functional exercises make everyday activities safer and easier
  • Stretching routines improve flexibility and mobility

Pelvic Health – and So Much More

Strength Training Programs

Customized routines to enhance your overall muscle strength.

Mobility Workouts

Designed to improve flexibility and range of motion.

Monthly and Annual Challenges

Stay motivated and reach new heights with specialized fitness challenges.

Yoga Classes

Sessions that integrate relaxation and core strength for balanced health. 

Easy-to-Follow Video Tutorials

Step-by-step guidance for all exercises and workouts. 

Progress Tracking

Monitor your improvement and stay motivated with expert support. 

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More Than Just a Fitness App

All programs and workouts are designed by certified Physical Therapists, ensuring you receive the most effective and safe guidance for your postpartum recovery and overall fitness. Trust in the expertise of professionals who understand the unique needs of women’s health. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is included in the 14-day free trial?

The 14-day trial gives you full access to all the features of the Indi app, including the 16 Pelvic Health Workouts, strength training programs, mobility workouts, yoga classes, and more. Benefit from trying out the entire program risk-free. 

Can I cancel during the trial period?

Yes, you can cancel anytime during the 14-day trial without being charged. This ensures you can explore the app and its features with no financial commitment.

What kind of support is available if I need help?

We offer live support with a certified Physical Therapist. Benefit from professional guidance and answers to your questions to help you make the most of your workouts.

Is the indi app available on both web and mobile devices?

Yes, the Indi app is available on both web and mobile platforms. Enjoy the flexibility to access your workouts and track your progress from any device, anytime.

What are the membership payment options?

Members can choose between a monthly subscription for $14.99 or an annual subscription for $119.99. Benefit from the flexibility to select the payment plan that suits your budget and needs.

Is there a commitment to renew my subscription?

No, there is no commitment to renew. You can choose to cancel your subscription at any time without any penalties. This provides peace of mind and control over your membership.

Are there any additional costs or upsells?

No, there are no upsells. All programs, including the pelvic health workouts, strength training, mobility exercises, and yoga classes, are included in your subscription. Enjoy comprehensive access without hidden fees. 

How does the indi app help with postpartum pelvic health?

The Indi app offers 16 specialized Pelvic Health Workouts designed by Physical Therapists to rebuild and strengthen your pelvic floor. Benefit from targeted exercises that address common post-partum issues like pelvic pain and urinary incontinence. 

What makes the indi app different from other fitness apps?

The Indi app is designed by certified Physical Therapists, ensuring that every program is safe, effective, and tailored to women’s health needs. Benefit from expert-designed workouts that provide real results. 

What types of workouts are available in the indi app?

The Indi app offers a variety of workouts including pelvic health exercises, strength training, mobility workouts, and yoga classes. Benefit from a comprehensive fitness solution that addresses all aspects of your health. 

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