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Post Partum

It will take time to recover from birth and there is a lot to understand
about your post partum body. The experience will be different for everyone. We are here to help.

You may be experiencing some new uncomfortable symptoms, or you may be looking to return to exercise safely. We are passionate about educating women about preventable injuries that can occur without proper rehabilitation post partum.

We complete a full body assessment with a particular focus on

  • Pelvic floor assessment: using Realtime Ultrasound, Transperineal Ultrasound and Internal Assessment.

  • Abdominal wall assessment : including using Realtime Ultrasound.

  • Musculoskeletal screening: monitoring for areas of overload or strain, restriction in movement or muscle weakness.

We are very experienced in managing specific concerns regarding

  •  Incontinence of bladder and or bowel

  • Prolapse

  • Use of pessaries

  • Perineal tears

  • Pelvic pain

  • Painful sex (dyspareunia)

  • Mastitis and Blocked Ducts including using Therapeutic Ultrasound 

  • Wrist pain, thumb pain and Carpel Tunnel Syndrome

  • Persistent pelvic girdle pain

  • Chronic pelvic pain

When is the best time for a post partum assessment?

We recommend a comprehensive post natal assessment around 6 weeks post the delivery of your baby, or anytime after your baby is born, before returning to exercise. This might be 6 months or 6 years post partum, it is never too late!

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