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Common Pregnancy Problems

In this blog, we discuss some of the most common pregnancy problems that we are faced with, offering a professional explanation on why, as well as advice on how we can best deal with the issues. Common Pregnancy Problems Low back pain Unfortunately, low back pain is one of the most common pregnancy problems, however,

Managing & treating pregnancy-related aches and pains

General self-management advice: Try not to ‘eat for two’. Dramatic excess weight gain can put extra stress on your muscles and joints which can lead to pain around the trunk, pelvis and hips! The NICE guidelines recommend an additional 200 calories per day in the third trimester. Still treat yourself to those pregnancy cravings in

Pregnancy – why am I in pain?

  As one of our Physiotherapists and a Mum-to-be for the second time, Caroline feels now is the perfect time to discuss the natural changes to our bodies during pregnancy and ways to help alleviate the strains and pains we go through. It is estimated that between 50% and 80% of women experience some form

Pregnancy doesn’t have to mean pain.

Common symptoms of this are pain either across the lower back, across the front of the pelvis or around your perineum, with a grinding feeling or pain in the thighs as variations. Certain activities can set it off – like climbing stairs, taking a large step (forwards or sideways) or getting out of a car.

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Pregnancy doesn’t have to mean pain!

Discovering that you’re pregnant is normally one of the most celebrated moments of your life, and everyone would love to have an easy pregnancy, where they feel like they are blooming and full of health and vitality. For a lot of women, this is the case, but for approximately 1 in 5, it can be

Improving Fertility – Did you knows and What to do’s

Some of our physiotherapists have recently covered acupuncture for fertility, something we can now provide at Physiofusion. However, here's a little bit of information on fertility and what you can do to improve the chances of conceiving......without the needles! Most couples take around 6/12 weeks to conceive - Be patient and limit stress Sperm counts

Acupuncture for Fertility

On Thursday 18th December, a group of our physiotherapists took part in an acupuncture for fertilty training session lead by Karen Wilcock, at our Burnley Clinic. The method of using acucpunture to assist pregnancy has been around many years, although less was known in the Western world on how this method worked and if it