A question we get asked a lot in the clinic relating to pregnancy pain, is who do I see? Do I talk to my GP, do I speak to my midwife, or can an osteopath help me?
For pressing medical complaints you should always seek help from your GP. Below is a short list of symptoms where you should talk to your GP ASAP: Upper Right belly pain Significant sudden weight gain over the last 1-2 days Peeing significantly less or not at all Severe sudden headaches Dizziness Severe vomiting
In case you missed the earlier email, my name is Jayde, I’m an Osteopath who has recently joined the team at Integrated Sports & Spinal Clinic. If you have had the chance to meet me, you would have noticed I also have a baby on board! Being my first pregnancy, I am blown away by how the body changes to accommodate for a growing baby! I’m currently 35 weeks pregnant and have found depending on the stage of pregnancy your exercise routine and osteopathic treatment and can vary
You have managed to get some time to fit in some exercise, FANTASTIC!!! Dust off the old runners and get at it. Your best option is to get out early, before you start work for the day. Whether that work be for the household or for income. Both are precious and important. One foot in front of the next, just like you have done in the past. After all, running is running right? Or is there more to running? Could pregnancy have altered the biomechanics of your running technique? I
I have had the privilege of treating increasing numbers of pregnant women and new mothers over the past few months. Many of these lovely ladies were patients prior to conceiving and so had previously experienced the benefits of osteopathy. Some were unsure whether or not to continue with treatment while trying to conceive. Others asked the question of when to have treatment throughout the different stages of their pregnancy. As with any patient, the aim of treatment is to ens
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