Help for Pregnancy Before and After the Birth of Your Baby.

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The Sports Injury Clinic

Caroline Bender

May 19, 2011

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During Pregnancy.

Find out why you have pain and what you can do to manage it either with hands on treatment, appropriate exercise programs or prescription suitable pregnancy support belts.

Learn how to exercise pelvic floor and lower abdominal for the best core stability in your pregnancy.

After the Birth of Your Baby.

Management continues after the birth of your baby for help with aches and pains, exercises for tummy muscle recovering and toning, pelvic floor exercise (especially if you have had a 3rd or 4th degree tear, forceps delivery, or baby over 4kgs at birth).

A one-off visit might be all you need to check you are on track to a great recovery after normal or caesarean delivery.

And if you are breastfeeding, seek help at the first sign of blocked ducts or mastitis. Ultrasound provides a quick and effective way of resolving problems without the need to resort to antibiotics.

Call to speak with the Peninsula Pelvis Floor Physiotherapists to discuss any concerns you have on 9783 9990 or you can book online.

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