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Pregnancy is a transformative journey that impacts our bodies in profound ways. Our specialized physiotherapy services are designed to guide and support you through this remarkable phase. By focusing on your physical well-being, we ensure that you approach childbirth with strength and confidence.

During Pregnancy

Physiotherapy during pregnancy is aimed at maintaining optimal physical health. We focus on enhancing the flexibility and strength of the perineal muscles, promoting adaptability during childbirth. Additionally, we address pelvic mobility, posture correction, breathing techniques, and manage any discomfort you may experience.

In the Postpartum Period:

Following childbirth, our priority is to conduct a comprehensive physiotherapy assessment. Irrespective of the type of delivery, whether vaginal or cesarean, this assessment is crucial. We emphasize the re-education of abdominal and perineal muscles to restore pre-pregnancy condition, thus preventing future complications.

Importance of Pelvic Floor Assessment

Every woman, regardless of the type of delivery, should undergo a pelvic floor assessment by a specialized physiotherapist, ideally starting from 10-12 weeks postdelivery. This assessment helps in understanding and preventing issues such as urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and sexual discomfort.

Components of the Assessment

Our assessment involves a comprehensive physical examination and an ultrasound of the abdominal wall. We evaluate the integrity of the deep abdominal muscles, measure rectus abdominis diastasis, and assess the condition of the cesarean scar. Additionally, we thoroughly examine the pelvic floor muscles, anal sphincter, episiotomy scar, and check for any signs of urogenital prolapses.

Effective Physiotherapy Treatments

Our postpartum physiotherapy treatments are highly effective, devoid of complexities and side effects. We aim to facilitate preventive care and a speedy recovery, ensuring your well-being during this transformative period.

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