Pelvic Instability of Pelvic Girdle pain describes pregnancy related pain. During pregnancy a hormone called "relaxin" circulates in the boy and softens ligaments. This loosening is a normal process but unfortunately in some women the natural loosening process causes painBook A Consultation
Pain can come from any one of the three pelvic gidle joints, namely the sacro-iliac joints (joints between the base of the spine to the tailbone and pelvis).
Symptoms can be felt in:
Your Physiotherapist will assess and correct pregnancy posture. As your centre of gravity changes and your tummy expands, goods posture is a key to managing pain. You will be taught how to activate the pelvic floor with lower abdominals to support the joints of the pelvis and prevent pain, getting this right is VITAL. Pilates can be performed throughout your pregnancy and we have Physiotherpaists trained specifically to help you right through your pregnancy and beyond