Peak Motion: Where Is Back Pain Coming From?

Health &Wellness The Newsletter About Your Health And Caring For Your Body

July, 2019


Treatment plans for prenatal and perinatal care related to back pain typically involve gentle therapeutic exercises, stretches, and manual therapy. These are all done in order to relieve pain, strengthen your core muscles, and improve posture. Your physical therapist may also suggest additional methods and modalities, such as massage, ice and heat therapies or pregnancy support belt or brace, in order to provide additional relief and optimum function. In addition to your back pain, our services can help provide relief for a large number of pregnancy symptoms you may be experiencing, including: • Pain during sexual intercourse. • Pain during exercise. • Vulvovaginal pain.

physical therapists will also help in addressing any problems or questions that may arise during this time. You don’t need to suffer before your delivery. Contact us today to schedule an appointment, and we’ll create a plan to help you. By including physical therapy in your prenatal care, you’ll be able to relieve your pain and better prepare yourself for one of the biggest challenges in a woman’s life: delivering and caring for a baby.

• Tailbone pain. • Incontinence. • Headaches. • Neck pain. • Painful, numb, or weak hands.

Peak Motion Physical Therapy can help expecting mothers find relief from prenatal pains as their bodies experience the effects of pregnancy. Our


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