Postnatal Care and Classes
Help your body recover from both the pregnancy and the delivery.
At Back in Strength we have experienced and sensitive female physiotherapists who are passionate about caring for women’s health issues. Women’s health conditions treated at our practice include;
If transport is an issue, or childcare a problem, forget the traffic and let us come to you!
Recovering after pregnancy and childbirth, caring for a newborn and coping with sleepless nights, can lead to fatigue and deconditioning. Our course allows you to rediscover your strength and vitality
At Back in Strength we offer care for your body during this special time. We aim to help keep you healthy and pain free during your pregnancy. Our services include;
Quite often, women are unaware that they are using the pelvic floor muscles incorrectly, and can actually be contributing to the problem. This is where pelvic floor physiotherapists can help.
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