Pregnancy & Paediatrics
PELVIC GIRDLE PAIN
Up to 80% of pregnant women may experience pelvic girdle pain to varying degrees during their pregnancies. The symptoms may be pubic symphysis pain, low back discomfort and or/ sacroiliac joint discomfort. Contact the clinic to discuss your symptoms and any concerns that you may have.
Low back, groin and sciatic nerve irritation are all common during pregnancy, but they are not necessarily to be expected during pregnancy and many women can go through their pregnancies and enjoy this wonderful experience without discomfort or pain. If you are experiencing any problems, McTimoney chiropractic may be able to help you.
The Webster technique is used as appropriate - please feel free to call the clinic to discuss any questions that you may have regarding this technique.
Birth can be a traumatic experience for some babies, which may result in a baby being distressed and unsettled, which may affect feeding, sleeping and some may not like being held in certain positions. The gentle nature of the McTimoney technique makes it particular suitable for babies, who generally respond very well with a small number of treatments. Please feel free to call the clinic to discuss any queries or concerns that you may have.