Pregnancy And Post Natal Physio

pregnancy & post natal

We regularly see pregnant ladies and new Mum’s at goPhysio.

There are some really common issues that can affect you as you progress through pregnancy, such as pelvic girdle pain (PGP), back pain and sciatica.

Treatments for these sorts of conditions can often be poorly understood, with many people thinking that pelvic pain or back pain is just a ‘normal’ and acceptable part of pregnancy. This is not the case and there are a number of ways in which we can help you.

These issues can persist once you’ve had your baby and you may be concerned about other issues such as Diastasis Recti (separated abdominal muscles) or returning to exercise.

With our care and attention, we can use our experience and expertise to help support and guide you through pregnancy, after your birth and beyond.


Why choose goPhysio?

Don’t just take our word for it, we have hundreds of happy patients willing to share their thoughts on their goPhysio experiences. You can read more reviews here.

Having been diagnosed with SPD during my pregnancy, I found it extremely difficult to find a physiotherapist that understood SPD & what was needed to relieve the pain. Kim has been absolutely fantastic – she is so knowledgeable in this specialist area and has gone over and above to help me every step of the way. The team at goPhysio are always so friendly and accommodating, and I couldn’t recommend them enough! 


how we can help you

Treatment, advice, and support for common pregnancy-related conditions such as pelvic girdle pain (PGP), back pain, and sciatica

More than just some advice and exercises 


Quick and effective ‘hands on’ treatments to help relieve your pain and increase mobility 


Post-natal recovery and return to exercise advice

Recovery from diastasis Recti (separated abdominal muscles)

Book an appointment

To start your road to recovery, contact us to book your appointment. Call 023 8025 3317 or book your appointment online.


I’ve been told I just need to wait until my baby is born for my pelvic pain to go away, is this true?

No, not at all. There is lot’s that can be done to help people with pelvic girdle pain during pregnancy. Don’t think you just have to accept it. Take a look at The Pelvic Partnership website for lot’s of information and advice. We follow their guidelines to offer the best possible care when you see us. 

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