Post-natal Back pain
At JYphysiotherapy we see a good number of post-natal women who develop low back pain post pregnancy. This maybe because they had problems during pregnancy or perhaps before they fell pregnant.
Often, over the months during pregnancy we reduce our exercise. Following the birth of our baby we then increase our bending and sitting times along with the lack of sleep back pain can take its toll.
Occasionally women suffer with Pelvic Girdle Symptoms following labour and can have an onset of pain straight after birth.
Women on their second pregnancy often suffer as they have a toddler to deal with as well. Treatment will focus on reducing the pain and building the strength. We will also look at the positions that could be aggravating your pain such as changing time, feeding, pushing the buggy.
We are very experienced in assessing low backs and helping women to manage their pain through this initial phase as well as provide hands on treatment. The journey to getting your body back to shape can be a slow one and here at JYphysiotherapy we understand that you need to be kind to yourself and gradually return to your previous fitness levels.
Please book in with one of our physiotherapists.
For more information on the conditions we treat and services we offer, or to book an appointment please call 0208 0909330 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Back Pain and Sciatic pain
- Ante and post natal Back pain
- Hip pain
- Tendon pain
- The Young Sports person
- Sports Injury
- Knee pain
- Neck pain
- Shoulder pain
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Her knowledge of the complexities of vertebrae are second to none! I would highly recommend her."
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JY Physiotherapy, 304 Ewell Road, Surbiton, Surrey, KT6 7AQ [Map]
JY Physiotherapy, The Canbury Medical Health Centre, 1 Elm Road, Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey, KT2 6HR [Map]