Pregnancy Care & Osteopathy

Having manual therapy during pregnancy can be a great way to help;

  • + Reduce stress
  • + Improve blood and lymphatic flow
  • + Improve sleep quality
  • + Promote overall wellness and support your body as it adjusts to the postural changes and potential strains of pregnancy. These can arise from your centre of gravity changing and weight increasing, which can contribute to back, neck and general muscular aches and pains. Hormonal changes in your body during pregnancy and the production of Relaxin can also cause your ligaments to become more lax, which can in turn contribute to postural changes and discomforts around the pelvis.

If you have a specific musculoskeletal-skeletal issue whilst pregnant and are interested in Osteopathic assessment and treatment, you can feel reassured that our qualified Osteopaths are abl to treat and assist you during this time and at any stage of pregnancy. We will make adjustments to how we treat you depending on your individual needs and stage of pregnancy but Osteopathy is a safe and effective treatment for you to have throughout your pregnancy and can help with many of the physical musculoskeletal issues that you may encounter. Your practitioner will take time to understand your issue, assess and diagnose the cause, provide treatment in a comfortable, safe and effective way and give you exercises to help you self manage your complaint. Osteopathy can be a fantastic complementary treatment as part of your pre- and post-natal care.

Book an Osteopathy Initial Consultation & Treatment Today and Save £20 on your first 60mins session. Now only £55!

Book Online

You can call to book over the phone on 0203 733 8110 or via our online booking system by clicking on the 'Book Online' tab above and selecting the practitioner you would like to see. If you would like, you can let us know in advance that you’re pregnant in the 'notes / special requirements' section of the booking form. We look forward to meeting you soon!

Pregnancy Care

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