Mommas in Motion Health & Wellness

Mommas in Motion Health & Wellness

Leading women to independence & confidence by treating pelvic floor related dysfunction including pelvic pain, leaking/incontinence, prolapse, constipation, pain with in*******se, pain following or during pregnancy and postpartum, & diastasis recti.

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I have now added Friday’s to my schedule at our Dallas office location inside of Swiss Avenue Birth and Wellness Collaborative

You can now book your Pelvic Floor Therapy Initial Evaluation or Follow Up Appointment on Friday’s in addition to Monday and Wednesday.

Have questions about our office visits? Schedule a FREE discovery call today!✨


Leaking is never normal and the “wait & see” method doesn’t resolve the root of the issue…

Waiting, wearing pads daily due to fear of leaking, limiting your time outside of the house due to fear of leaking in public, etc. are just putting a bandaid over the issue and ultimately affecting your quality of life and function! You deserve to be leak free & you can do it without just doing kegels!!

Have you ever been told just “wait & see” if your pelvic floor issues get better?

Stop waiting & schedule your pelvic floor therapy evaluation today! You deserve to feel your best, momma 🤍


Educating our mommas is a top priority at Mommas in Motion…

Jemila Medley ensures that every patient she treats
understands their symptoms, basic anatomy and
concepts of pelvic health, and helps patients to
connect with their body in a new way!

This approach can allow you to become more aware
and hands on in your treatment, which will ultimately
affect your outcomes and consistency for long term

Want to learn more about how we can help you?
Schedule a FREE discovery call with Jemila, today! ⬇️

📷: Samantha Tollison Birth


Pelvic floor therapy is so beneficial to many women. But sometimes not knowing what is going to happen when you finally make your first appointment can be nerve-wracking!

So here are some things that you can do to prepare for your first pelvic floor evaluation.

1. Have an initial consultation with your provider to find out more about them and what their process is. This will help you to become more comfortable with them and be more in the know about what to expect.

2. Be prepared by listing out your symptoms, when symptoms first started, what makes them better, and what makes them worse.

3. Be aware that based on your symptoms, there may be an internal/external pelvic exam with your consent to better evaluate your issues.

4. It's helpful to wear comfortable clothes that allow you to move freely

5. Make a list of any questions you may have about the treatment process

Ready to get your first session booked? Use the link below to book your initial session today or a free discovery call to find out if I'm the right provider for you!


What is Mommas in Motion?

We are a private Pelvic Floor Therapy practice located in East Dallas inside of Swiss Avenue Birth and Wellness Collaborative. We strive to help mommas feel the most confident physically as their bodies change and grow, while preparing them for pregnancy, birth, and a successful postpartum recovery. We help moms achieve such success throughout each stage of their prenatal and postnatal journey through holistic, evidence-based treatment, education, support, and coaching.

We can help YOU achieve the function and healing you deserve as a momma and get you back in MOTION! ✨

Want to learn more about our practice? Checkout our website to get connected or send us a PM!

📷:Samantha Tollison Birth

Photos from Mommas in Motion Health & Wellness's post 05/18/2022

"I feel like something is falling out of me every time I go to the bathroom."

"I feel fine in the morning, but by the end of the day it feels like there is a lot of pressure in my vagina."

"It feels like there is a tampon falling out, but I'm not wearing one."

^^These are all ways patients with pelvic organ prolapse have described their symptoms to me. Do any of them sound like you?

Pelvic organ prolapse happens when organs in the pelvis (uterus, bladder, bowel) fall from their normal position and push into the vagina. This can be an uncomfortable and unsettling experience if you don't know what it is. But don't fret! This is a treatable condition! 🙌

Working with a pelvic floor therapist can help to resolve symptoms and strengthen the pelvic floor muscles to prevent further slipping.

Still not sure if you might be having symptoms of prolapse? Swipe for more signs and symptoms >>>

You can also book a free consultation with me to find out more and how I can help you resolve your problems at our location. (link in bio to book!)


I often get asked if I take insurance.

The answer: No- and here's why.

A cash-based practice allows me to practice with my patient's best interests in mind.

It allows me to spend as much time as I feel is needed with my patients and treating the areas I know need to be treated based on my knowledge without the rules and restrictions insurance companies inflict on therapy services.

A cash-based practice also allows me to treat any new symptoms that may arise during the course of your treatments with me.

When insurance companies come into play, my hands become tied by rules, treatment and diagnosis codes, and limitations on reimbursement for the time I spend with you. In the end, it ends up hurting the patient because I am unable to treat you in the best possible way.

However, when going to a cash-based facility, you can submit your bills to your insurance company for reimbursement of any services that are provided to you.

Have more questions about cash-based services vs Insurance? Leave 'em below and I'll do my best to answer them!


Back pain and pelvic floor dysfunction often go together.

But why is this?

The pelvic floor muscles sit in your pelvis and pretty much support everything above them--That's a whole lot of spine and organs! They also help to control posture and stabilize the body during daily movements.

When the pelvic floor muscles are not working properly, either from weakness, tightness, or are out of sync with the body's internal pressure system, everything above it becomes unstable and often results in back pain.

Dysfunction in the pelvic muscles can also refer pain to the low-back, often leading to misdiagnosis.

Have you been treated for back pain alone and it hasn't gotten better? It might be time to seek out a pelvic floor therapist to be evaluated for any pelvic floor dysfunctions that might be causing your pain.

If you're ready to get back to living your life and feeling your best, book a free call with me today to find out more!


Let’s talk hemorrhoids…

They can be so annoying! The burning and the itching are enough to make anyone go crazy.

Here are a few tips for finding relief for those annoying hemorrhoids.

💩 Avoid straining on the toilet by doing diaphragmatic breathing while trying to have a BM

🚽 A squatty potty is a great way to put your body into an optimal position for a smooth BM

🚿 Using a peribottle or a bidet if you happen to have one to clean yourself up after, which can help reduce tissue irritation from wiping

🧴 Place a few drops of peppermint essential oil drops in the toilet before you go for a soothing effect & to decrease strain during your BM

Are you struggling with constipation or hemorrhoids? Pelvic floor therapy can help you! Book a call with me to find out more!

Photos from Mommas in Motion Health & Wellness's post 04/20/2022

You may not think your DRA is a big enough deal to get help, but let’s really sit down and think about how it might be impacting your entire life...

1. Do you avoid drinking liquids during the day so you don't leak?
2. Do you avoid running, jumping, playing with your kids?
3. Do you feel like your insides are going to fall out when you carry groceries or a sleeping child from the car to their bed?
4. Do you find yourself avoiding more form-fitting clothes of pre-pregnancy for the loose baggy ones?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then DRA may be impacting your life and it's time to change that!

When you come to me for help with correcting your DRA, we will take a holistic approach to healing. This means we'll work not only on the physical problem but also on the psychosocial aspect as well.

Are you ready to get back to living your life and feeling your best? Book a free call with me today to find out more! (Link below 🤍)


Women have been taught incorrect pelvic floor habits for years…

Between performing kegels incorrectly & not during appropriate times

Wearing waist trainers 🥴

Just in case peeing

Sucking in for photos. The list goes on…

& because of this, many women have lived with pelvic floor dysfunction for SO long they think it’s normal and that’s just how their body is…

These common things you may be experiencing are not normal and can be addressed by a Pelvic Floor Therapist. We can help you greatly!🤍

Let us help you ✨ links in bio to schedule a call!

✨Links in bio to work with me virtually or in Dallas ✨

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Benefits of having a pelvic floor therapy evaluation