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Staying Fit

Vitality Physical Therapy

Saratu Jublou PT, DPT
Breathing Meditation

Is This For Me?

Why isn't post-partum rehabilitation a standard of care?

Most mothers, after giving birth, are told to rest for 6-8 weeks and then told to get back moving and doing whatever feels comfortable.. after going through 9 months of your body being stretched and pulled and then having a traumatic birth (no matter how easy it was it did cause trauma to your body), it should be a standard to be taught how to regain the strength and stability in your pelvic floor, abdominal wall and diaphragm. Getting any rest after having a baby is challenging. Anything as simple as rolling over in the bed or sitting up to feed your child involves a complex coordination and activation of all of the muscles that were involved in carrying and birthing your baby. In a world where you are learning how to care for this new human, I am here to teach you how to care and restore your own body, so that you can be the most effective mother for yourself and your new one. My goal is to progress you appropriately through this healing process by restoring core and pelvic functioning, while promoting tissue healing and avoiding injuries. 

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About Me

I was born in Nigeria and moved here when I was six years old. I went to Cleveland Heights High School and then went to Old Dominion University, where I played Division I Soccer and Lacrosse. I went to physical therapy school at Old Dominion and graduated in 2014 with the intention to go into pediatric therapy due to a love for children.

I have been working at an outpatient orthopedic physical therapy clinic almost since graduation, but it wasn’t until I had children that I found the forgotten population of patients (including myself). I have struggled with PMDD and post partum depression and continue to work on myself everyday, physically, mentally and emotionally.

I am non-denominational and spiritual in nature. I feel that my true purpose in life is to heal and serve. I am sarcastic, easy-going and fully non-judgmental.

I am happily married to my husband Nick, and have two crazy children that are just like us and here to prove it.


What I Offer

Home Visits

I understand that it is hard to get out of the house with a new little one. This is how a mothers self-care gets placed on the back burner. I provide in home visits and will bring everything we need to perform therapy in the comfort of your home!

The Yoga Lab

I am working with the amazing staff at The Yoga Lab, where I offer therapy for you individually, or you can bring the little one/s! We have a meditation room and a kids room with ample space in each for everyone to get the care and attention that they need!


We were not made to enter this new chapter alone. You now have a new body and a new responsibility. We cannot take care of others if we do not take care of ourselves and I am here to start you on the journey of loving and understanding your new body!

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