The birth of a child is a joyous occasion. However, during a C-section the mother endures a surgical procedure which cuts through tissue, muscle, and fascia of the abdomen to retrieve the baby. Recovery can be a slow, painful process which gradually improves with time and mobility. Changes in tissue healing, scar tissue, and mobility can alter a mother’s pressure management and core strength. Scar management, pressure management, and assessment of the mother’s pelvic floor is essential in the recovery process post C-section.