It is estimated that up to 25% of women will experience some form or temporary disablement.
Many physical and hormonal changes are responsible for making women feel at times quite uncomfortable during the pregnancy process. Despite these aches and pains being quite common in pregnancy, they should not be accepted as a normal part of the process, Anatomy Physiotherapy can help to reduce discomfort, prepare the body for delivery, and also accelerate the recovery process after the birth of the baby.
Physiotherapists are skilled at assessing the body’s musculature, mobility, respiratory and circulatory issues in the general population but Suzanne’s specialist women’s health knowledge of the pregnant and postpartum body allows her to treat the issues of mammy’s to be with expertise and ease. It is estimated that up to 25% of women will experience some form or temporary disablement because of the changes in the body during pregnancy and other women will experience general discomfort to varying degrees.
We can help to alleviate your conditions successfully.
By seeking early intervention for any issues that present during pregnancy and implementing an individualised physiotherapy program, conditions can be alleviated successfully. If you are suffering from any of the following, then you would benefit from physiotherapy treatment.
Relaxation exercises are just as important as those that help to increase strength and flexibility.
At Anatomy Physiotherapy a thorough evaluation is completed in order to determine the best exercises for each individual. These exercises are intended to decrease joint pain, help to correct muscle imbalances and build strength, and to increase the range of the body’s overall motion and functionality. Relaxation exercises are just as important as those that help to increase strength and flexibility. Suzanne is also able to fit patients with braces for support if deemed necessary. Positions for sleeping may be advised and different movement techniques.
It is important not to rely on advice from Dr. Google or well-meaning family & friends at this time as everyone has an opinion on what you should and shouldn’t do with regard to EVERYTHING surrounding pregnant women!