Sports Therapy During Pregnancy | Pregnancy

Would you believe me if I told you that pregnancy related aches and pains were manageable? Because many individuals assume that the only way to relieve pregnancy tension is through giving birth. Well you are on the right lines but let me rephrase for you ‘The only cure is to give birth but relief can be given through soft tissue treatments and believe me when I say you will feel amazing after treatment’.



Sciatica is a common problem in pregnancy causing shooting pains in the lower back or down one leg and weakness can also be felt in the hips. We can use soft tissue techniques to release tension in the muscles which will reduce unwanted tightness and pressure on the nerve which is causing your symptoms.

Swelling of the ankles and feet and other areas is also a common occurrence for pregnant ladies. It happens due to a build up of fluid. The cure? A lymph drainage massage and the application of kinesiology tape. Yes it’s as simple as that and it is much more effective than just elevating your feet.

Not only can we manage your pain we can also work together to create a suitable exercise programme or adapt your current regime by making important changes. Just because you’re pregnant doesn’t mean you can’t exercise!

So there is no need to let pregnancy pains get on top of you and the last thing you need for yourself and your baby is to be carrying unwanted extra tension.

Why not book a FREE consultation and we can develop a unique plan tailored to you for your specific pain management. All you need to do is call 01474 247629 and get that date in your diary! Alternatively just get straight to the point and book a pregnancy treatment, it is all down to you to let us make your life pain free.

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