• Ante/post natal problems such as back pain, pubic symphysis /sacroiliac joint dysfunctions

Carrying, having and caring for a baby places huge demands upon the female body, not only physically, but mentally too! The surge of hormones around this time have a strong effect on the ligaments, particularly within the pelvic region, causing laxity and in some cases pain. Mother nature does it’s best to prepare the woman’s body to cope with birth, however sometimes a little extra help is required in order to regain the stability, tone and performance of the muscles within the pelvic/trunk region. This can be achieved passively (with the use of support devices such as sacroliliac belts) and actively, through exercises to improve core tone and pelvic floor function.

Julie Shea MCSP, MHCPC, BSc Hons


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