Pelvic Girdle Pain in Pregnancy
If you answered yes to any of these questions, it sounds like you could be experiencing pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain. This is commonly the result of changing biomechanics to your feet and posture and also due to the ligaments and soft tissues becoming more stretchy and loose around your pelvis.
You don’t need to be in pain during your pregnancy! We can help you.
Tips on managing your pelvic girdle pain at home:
- Always get dressed sitting down, this includes putting your shoes and socks on.
- You can try to regularly ice your back and pelvis to help reduce inflammation and help with pain.
- Try to keep your legs together when you’re getting in/out of the car and when you roll over in bed.
What can the team at Pelvic Health Melbourne do to help you?
An individualised assessment to see where your muscles imbalances are and develop a suitable strengthening exercise program around your pelvis to address biomechanical changes in your body during pregnancy.
Massage and other soft tissue therapies to ease painful spasms and tight muscles.
Exercise ideas to keep you as fit an active as possible during your pregnancy.
Call us today or Book online and get your pain under control.