101 Telok Ayer Street, #03-01, 068574
Health2mama Physios are Experienced in Prenatal & Postnatal Services including Pains, Incontinence, Diastasis Recti, Lactation Issues & Prolapse.
Physio Offered at Home or In Clinic
A Full Assessment will Be Carried Out to Find the Causes of Your Pain or Symptoms and Then the Right Combination of Treatments will Be Carried Out
Treatments Can Include Massage, Ultrasound, Manual Therapy, Taping, Acupuncture and Exercises.
Our Prenatal and Postnatal Physio Consults can be in the comfort of your Own Home, In Clinic or Online
For Mums After Birth At Home - Includes:
Online APP Downloads
Prenatal Physio is recommended for any mother in Pregnancy. Our physios can help teach you how properly engage your pelvic floor and core muscles which are important especially as the pregnancy progresses and more support is needed from the muscles to support the growing baby and uterus.
Yes during Pregnancy there is more pressure down on the pelvic floor muscles due to the expanding baby, uterus and increase in intra-abdominal pressure inside of you. They will become stretched and if they are not strong will not be able to cope with these added pressures and support your pelvic organs such as bladder and rectum. This can then lead to leakage when doing activities such as Coughing, Sneezing, Laughing and during exercise.
First your physio will assess and work out the reason for your incontinence then learning exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor will help. We also have a Pregnancy Pelvic Floor and Core Online APP with 5-6 min easy follow along workouts you can do at home.
Common pains that can arise in Pregnancy are back, pelvic pain, pubic pain and sciatic pain (pain down the back of the leg from compressed nerves). These pains can happen from the extra load of your baby changing your posture and also from hormones making your ligaments in your body more lax.
A physio checkup is recommended around the 6 week point after birth. They will be able to do a full assessment checking your pelvic floor and abdomen for Diastasis Recti (abdominal separation). Also if you are experiencing any pains or other symptoms they can work out where they are coming from. The right treatments can then be started to help.
Diastasis Recti happens to all women in the later stages of Pregnancy usually in the 3rd Trimester. It happens when your Rectus Abdominis muscles separate as the baby grows. For many mums the abdominal separation does not fully resolve after birth. The good news is that we can help with treatments such as Core Training Exercises and Abs Musculpting HIFEM to help heal the Diastasis Recti.
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