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Pregnant and experiencing discomfort around your pelvis and lower back? You could be one of the 1 in 5 women who are suffering from Pelvic Girdle Pain. Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP) is an umbrella term used to describe the pain that is located in and around...

Wondering if you'll ever be able to jump on the trampoline again or if you'll always experience light leakage when you sneeze? Your pelvic floor muscles need to work hard during pregnancy but there are ways you can strengthen and decrease the muscle strain that...

Up to 78% of women experience lower back pain during pregnancy. In fact, it's one of the most common musculoskeletal complaints our osteopaths treat. Lower back pain during pregnancy can range from mild, sharp pain that's aggravated by certain movements or consistent stiffness and restriction that...

Osteopathy during pregnancy can help your body feel aligned and supported as it adapts to the needs of your growing baby. Through the use of gentle hands-on techniques, Osteopathy attempts to support the health within your body. During your pregnancy, you may feel an increase in...

Pregnancy is an exciting and also daunting time in life. While some women breeze through their pregnancies reporting how wonderful they feel, for others, pregnancy can be extremely taxing on the body and overwhelming. Muscle cramps, heartburn and indigestion, backache and pelvic girdle pain, sciatica, headaches...

Pregnancy is a fine example of your body’s adaptability. Your body changes in order to accommodate a growing baby and preparing for delivering a healthy new addition to your family. Pregnancy affects virtually every organ and system of your body with changes beginning within days...

Cranial Osteopathy is a subtle form of treatment, but how does it differ from other styles of Osteopathy? Here we discuss the Cranial Osteopathy treatment offered at Whole Body Health and Wellness.   Cranial Osteopathy, also referred to as Biodynamic Cranial Osteopathy, is a subtle form of...

While lots of attention has been placed on keeping ourselves physical fit and well sanitised to reduce the spread of coronavirus, we think there needs to be a stronger conversation around protecting our mental wellbeing. Allied health practitioners are in the business of keeping you fit...

As well as dealing with all the changes that occur to a woman’s body throughout the duration of pregnancy, as many as a quarter to half of new mums can experience further issues involving pain in their wrist and thumb.  A condition known as De...

Bringing your new baby home can be an excited, yet daunting, experience. Being prepared before the big day can help reduce the feeling of overwhelm and allow you to enjoy this precious time. Briony, host of our New Mums Facebook support group and mum of three,...

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