Pregnancy and delivery can occasionally result in orthopaedic and pelvic health impairments.  Physiotherapists trained in pelvic floor dysfunction will often have extensive experience with this type of population.

Conditions and Symptoms treated:

Pregnancy:

  • Pregnancy induced Pubic bone pain
  • Pregnancy induced Sacroilac Joint dysfunction
  • Pregnancy induced sciatica
  • Pregnancy Induced Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Pregnancy induced hip or back pain
  • Abdominal Diastasis
  • Umbilical hernia
  • Preparing the Pelvic Floor for Labour and Delivery

Postnatal:

  • De Quervains Syndrome/thumb pain
  • Scarring from perineal tearing or c-section incisions
  • Urinary or Bowel retention or incomplete emptying
  • Urinary or Bowel Leakage
  • Pain in the vagina, rectum, pelvis, or with intercourse
  • Sensations of pressure, heaviness or bulging in the rectum or vagina
  • Postnatal Pelvic Floor retraining
  • Postnatal exercise tips
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