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Pregnancy and post-natal Pelvic Floor Exercise: Why they are so important

The pelvic floor muscles assist in respiration, they support the abdominal contents, prevent prolapsing of the bladder and urethra and aid spinal and postural stability.
The practicing of regular pelvic floor exercises will assist with the following;

• Lower back pain

• Sacroiliac pain and instability

• Hip/groin pain

• Stress or urge urinary incontinence

• Neck and thoracic pain

• Coccyx pain

• Pubic Symphysis Pain

• Pain during intercourse
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If you would like an appointment to see a Women’s Health Osteopath for further information or for a consultation, Call Village Health Osteopathic Clinic and ask to speak with Zeinah 02 9452 2292.

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