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Pelvic Pain

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Pelvic pain is common during pregnancy and after giving birth. For the majority of cases this will recover within three months of the birth of the child. In a small group it persists. Pelvic pain is associated with the sensitisation of the structures around the pelvis.

Although the common belief is that pelvic pain is due to laxity of the pelvic ligaments, there is little evidence for this. There is evidence that the changing body postures, physical activity levels, lifestyle change, stress levels and sleep deprivation may combine to sensitization of the pelvic structures promoting pain.

At Bodylogic we have both research and clinical experience in dealing effectively with these disorders to both relieve pain as well as prevent and manage disability. We take a holistic approach to identify the contributing factors and develop a management plan for you.

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