Free Pre-Natal Wellness Study! Total Control© Expands for Pregnant Women!

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Calling all mom’s to be, Total Control© is expanding in size!

Together with Northwestern’s Prentice Woman’s Hospital we are creating a FREE behavioral conditioning, pelvic floor strengthening study for pregnant women adapted from our award winning Total Control© program. Lovingly called, Total Control© Bump on a Ball, will study 120 first time pregnant women in their second trimester. This 12-week program will include a one-hour class for the first 6 weeks and continue with 6 more weeks of education and tips prior to delivery.

Our goal is to educate and strengthen women to deliver with the most positive postnatal outcome. We are looking to improve every mom’s quality of life!

 

To see if you’re eligible,  please contact:

Alex Alverdy – Research Manager

aalverdy@nm.org

312.695.7748

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