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This service is available for postnatal women who have a specific postnatal concern and require an assessment by a specialist Women's Health Physiotherapist.

POSTNATAL PHYSIOTHERAPY
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1 Hour Assessment

If you are struggling with postnatal symptoms such as bladder leakage, a stomach muscle gap, pelvic pain or you simply want guidance with return to exercise and sport then this in depth assessment will focus on your individual symptoms. 

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Pelvic Floor Muscle

 

Are you unsure if you are completing Pelvic Floor Muscle exercises correctly? Or do you require an in depth Pelvic Floor Assessment during your postnatal recovery?  If yes, this in depth Pelvic Floor Muscle Assessment & Treatment is for you.

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Urinary Incontinence

 

Bladder leakage is a very common problem for women and is the unintentional loss of urine. It is commonly associated with pregnancy and childbirth. A specialist Women's Health Physiotherapist can provide advice & treatment to help you manage your bladder leakage.

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Stomach Muscles

Have you been told you have a stomach muscle gap? Or are you keen to have your muscles checked and receive advice about core exercises. If yes, this in depth Stomach Muscle Assessment & Treatment is for you.

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Pelvic Pain

 

Are you suffering from Pelvic Pain following pregnancy?  Physiotherapy is being used more and more for the management of Pelvic Pain, this includes stretches, pain management techniques and advice. Physiotherapy aims to reduce the symptoms and improve function.

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Health & Fitness

 

Are you keen to return to exercise & fitness during the postnatal period or do you have a specific sport you want to return to? If you are unsure on exercise progression or where to start, Modern Mums Physiotherapy can help you on your health & fitness journey.

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It is recommended that women have an initial assessment after their 6-8 week GP check.