This Bump to Birth Method has been designed for any stage during pregnancy for the general pregnant person. Information, advice and material given is from research evidence, personal and clinical experience and should not be considered medical advice or instruction.
The Bump to Birth Method does not provide individualized medical assessment, treatment or advice and is not a medical service.
The Bump to Birth Method is a program created by a physiotherapist but is not considered to be physiotherapy assessment or treatment. This is a program for the general pregnant person but does not replace an individual assessment by a pelvic health physiotherapist, your physician or midwife. If you have questions/concerns pertaining to your body during pregnancy, consult your physician, midwife and pelvic health physiotherapist.
All physical activity carries the inherent risk of injury. If you engage in any exercises in the Bump to Birth Method, you agree that you do so at your own risk. Your voluntary participation in these activities, assume all risk of injury to yourself, and agree to release and discharge Anita Lambert from any and all claims.
Results of the Bump to Birth Method may vary depending on adherence to program and the many uncontrolled factors involved with birth. The Bump to Birth Method and Anita Lambert does not guarantee any specific pelvic floor or core results at any point during pregnancy, birth or at any point postpartum.