Pregnancy Myotherapy, Richmond
Women experience a range of symptoms during pregnancy and even postnatal, from general muscle aches and pains and difficulty sleeping to headaches and morning sickness. Massage and other forms of manual therapy by a qualified pregnancy myotherapist are safe for both mother and growing baby, and can help to provide much needed pregnancy relief from these symptoms.
Discovering pregnancy myotherapy
By reducing the discomfort associated with pregnancy and providing safe pregnancy pain treatment, a qualified pregnancy myotherapist can greatly help you in relieving stress for a more enjoyable pregnancy journey.
Here at Adaptive Myotherapy, we offer treatments that will give you much needed pregnancy relief both during your pregnancy and postnatal. Our experienced pregnancy myotherapist knows the correct and safe positions for treatment during each stage of your pregnancy and after you have given birth, so all you have to do is sit back, relax and let us do all the hard work for you.
The benefits of pregnancy myotherapy
While pregnancy pain and other pregnancy symptoms are perfectly normal, you do not have to go through them without support. With pregnancy myotherapy, you can experience treatment that is effective in relieving the following:
Many women experience nausea and vomiting during the first (and second) trimester of pregnancy. This is directly linked to hormones as well as stress. Pregnancy massage can ease the symptoms of morning sickness and reduce the frequency of nausea.
Headaches, general aches, back pain and swelling are extremely common during pregnancy. Specialised pregnancy massage by our qualified myotherapist can minimise discomfort and help you to manage pain safely.
Pregnancy massage is helpful in relieving pain and discomfort from labour, breastfeeding, nursing and carrying a newborn. Manual soft tissue release as well as a home program can be extremely beneficial for the physical and emotional health of a new mother.
What your pregnancy myotherapist needs to know
Are you seeing a pregnancy myotherapist for the first time? Do not forget to inform them if you are experiencing any of the following: