Pregnancy comes with many changes. One of our goals is to provide you guidance, knowledge and exercise to support you through pregnancy and beyond.
Childbirth is an amazing, yet sometimes challenging event that may require you to show your body some attention. Know when to see a physiotherapist is one of the steps to help you optimize your body’s well-being and function
Pelvic floor physiotherapy can help you through pregnancy by improving your posture, easing pain and teaching you proper kegels prior to delivery to give you a head start on reducing / preventing incontinence, prolapsed and pain.
Whether you had a vaginal or cesarean delivery, physiotherapy can help you recover from many effects of physiotherapy and delivery.
Physiotherapy can help you adjust to caring for your new baby through supporting your body.
Pelvic floor challenges are common and treatable.
1. You should not leak urine, gas or stool.
2. You should not continue to have pelvic or back pain past delivery.
3. You should not feel heaviness or pressure in your vagina or rectum.
4. You should not have pain during intercourse.
Pelvic floor physiotherapy can help you recover, optimize function and organ control. And internal examination is necessary to treat pelvic floor dysfunction.