Pre and Post-Natal Osteopathy

Why would you have osteopathy when you are pregnant?


  • Are you experiencing lower back, mid back, neck, rib or pelvic pain?

  • Do you have heart burn?

  • Are you finding it awkward to move around?

Osteopathy can help to relieve or prevent these symptoms leaving you feeling less in pain and therefore, more relaxed and energetic. Pain in pregnancy is very common (between 50 – 80 per cent of women get back pain at some point during their pregnancy). Although this may be deemed relatively normal, why should you have to put up with it when it CAN be treated quickly and effectively without harming mother or baby.


“A baby is something you carry inside you for 9 months, in your arms for 3 years, and in your heart until the day you die.”

Mary Mason


Did you have any back, neck or pelvic pain before your pregnancy?

If you haven’t had these issues looked at before, it may make it more difficult for your body to adapt to the the growing foetus. Osteopathy can help to get all your joints and muscles working effectively and together as a team, your body can adapt much easier to the pressures placed upon it by pregnancy.


Is it safe for me to have treatment when I’m pregnant?

Yes! Michelle has trained is pre-natal osteopathic care and all the techniques used are designed to allow for your bump. The technqiues are gentle and as Michelle is also a mum, she understands the emotional stresses and physical demands of being pregnant. Michelle endeavours to take the whole picture into consideration and will adjust her treatments accordingly.


Post-natal Osteopathy


  • Did you have a difficult birth?

  • Are you completely exhausted from being awake longer than you ever imagined?

  • Does it feel like you are never able to put your little one down and your back is killing?

  • Have you been stuck in your chair feeding for an eternity?

Is there anything that can be done to help?

YES! As well as exceptional hands-on treatment to alleviate your aches and pains, there are many relatively simple solutions to make your first couple of months as a new parent much more manageable. Being a new parent can be exhausting and as time goes on your little one will get heavier! This makes carrying them more challenging by the day.


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