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If you're suffering from back pain, pelvic girdle pain, neck and shoulder pain or any other issues arising from pregnancy then physiotherapy may be able to help you. Make sure you speak to your midwife as they will refer you to the NHS physiotherapy department however if you can't wait and are happy to pay then there are other great alternatives below. It's also a great idea for everyone (no matter what type of birth you've had) to have a post natal physiotherapy assessment to help you recover from birth and prevent long-term childbirth related complaints.

Offers the Mama Check up which is a personalised in-depth look at your needs during and after pregnancy. You may be wondering how to continue to exercise safely during your pregnancy or looking for advice and treatment for pregnancy related aches and pains. They also have a specialist women's health physiotherapist for any pelvic floor issues.

Physio Mummy Edinburgh specialises in physiotherapy for the treatment and management of conditions unique to women. They are experts in the treatment of pelvic floor and abdominal issues and will be able to treat out any pregnancy related conditions. They also offer the Mummy MOT, a specialist in depth post natal assessment recommended for all women following childbirth.

Also offering a specialist service in Women's Health, Bill and Elaine are highly experienced is the assessment and treatment of incontinence, pelvic pain and pregnancy related pain (pre and post-natal).

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