Prenatal pregnancy pain includes any symptoms of discomfort experienced during pregnancy. Every woman’s pregnancy is different so there are no set rules when it comes to the type of pain you may encounter. Even though side effects vary, almost every pregnant woman will experience at least some of the symptoms below:
Aches and cramps in the pelvis, abdominal region, pressure on the muscles, veins, and joints, discomfort in the stomach, back ache, painful gas and bloating, constipation, and soreness around the hips.
We understand aches and pains during pregnancy as we have treated many pregnant women and have also dealt with pregnancy pain ourselves. We assess and adjust your posture, strengthen any weak muscles, massage tight muscles to take pressure off your lower back and prescribe a gentle workout to help improve the way your hips, abdomen, pelvis, and back move and feel. Our technique is always gentle to protect the health of the baby and soon to be mother.
Every woman’s birth process is different in intensity and length so whether you’ve had a natural vaginal birth, an epidural, or a Cesarian Section, we’ve worked with women who have experienced pain after every kind of birth. It is important to heal properly after giving birth to avoid the following conditions:
Postpartum pains can be similar to pregnancy pains including: aches and cramps in the pelvis, abdominal region, pressure on the muscles and joints, discomfort in the stomach, back aches, painful gas and bloating, constipation, and soreness around the hips.
We have treated many women after pregnancy. We assess your diastasis recti and examine your pelvic floor externally. We teach you good posture while breast feeding and hold your baby. We focus on strengthening any weak muscles, massage tight muscles to take pressure off your lower back and prescribe a gentle workout to help improve the way your entire body moves and feels after giving birth.