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AD Wellness LTD - Online Pilates by AD Wellness

Are you experiencing nagging back pain continuously with movement?


Wednesday    20:00–20:45

This activity is usually led by Ankita Desai Osteopathy and Pilates teacher

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Antenatal
All year


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Description

Back and Pelvic pain in Pregnancy and Postpartum with Ankita Desai
Physiological changes during pregnancy can affect your muscles and joints.
During the 3 trimesters, there are significant changes to spinal curvature and pelvic orientations. These changes may or may not lead to things like back pain pelvic pain. Pre existing injuries may even flare up at this time.
After pregnancy, back pain and pelvis can also be common as lots of new repetitive movements start to occur, e.g. bending and lifting. Feeding posture becomes repetitive and can often lead to back and neck pain.
As osteopath and a Pilates instructor my aim is to assist this natural process of pregnancy, by maximising your body’s ability to change with minimum discomfort and pain.
Most common complaints in pregnancy:
lower back pain
pelvic pain
Sciatica Pain and associated in the lower extremity
Difficulty using stairs
Difficulty turning in bed
Difficulty walking and Standing
Pain during sexual intercourse
Neck pain and headaches
Rib pain and breathing difficulties
Carpal tunnel syndrome pain in the wrist
Most common complaints postpartum:
Lower & mid back pain
pelvic pain
Sciatica Pain
Neck pain
Wrist pain

How can I help you
 Tailored Exercises
 Strengthening pelvic floor & core
 Soft tissue massage and trigger points
 Breathing techniques
 Do’s and don’t
 Address weakness & mobility
 muscle stretching & strengthening
 Injury flare ups during pregnancy

What to expect in a consultation & online consultation?
• A full medical case history is taken
• An examination process of the body and movement
• Diagnosis
• Hands on treatment, exercise plan, advice
• Online: first 3 above and self-techniques you can do, exercise plan & advice

Follow up sessions
• An assessment of movements
• hands on treatment/ (online self techniques)
• addressing any new symptoms, followed by exercise plan

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