Women’s body rebalancing after giving birth & Osteopathy Postnatal Depression treatment after delivery in London, at Home or at our Practices in Belgravia Westminster SW1, Moorgate EC2 or Clapham SW4
Why every mother should have an osteopathic rebalancing treatment after giving birth?
Birth injuries following a difficult delivery can, silently or not, affect mums on a physical as well as on a psychological level, with long-term effects. A difficult birth or C-section can lead to physical injuries such as pelvis or back pain but can include as well any psychological effects, such as stress, tiredness and post-partum depression (also called Baby Blues), a common PTSD symptom. By rebalancing your body, Osteopathy can help release both physical and psychological traumas as well as stress after delivery.
Osteopath in London specialised in rebalancing women’s body and mind after delivery at home or in our practices in Belgravia Westminster SW1, Moorgate EC2 or Clapham SW4
At Excellence Physiotherapy London, our Osteopath is highly trained in Women’s Health and can provide a specialized rehabilitation program adapted to each mum, in order to decrease and stop completely any musculoskeletal pain or pelvic girdle pain women may suffer from, as well as post c-section scar or fibrosis, stress and tiredness.
If you are an Axa or Bupa patient, you cannot book online. Please call our office with your authorisation number.
If you cannot find an appointment which suits you or would like a home visit, call us or send us a message: we will do our best to find you a slot.
Women’s Health Osteopathy: Postnatal Physical and Psychological Rebalancing for Women after Traumatic Birth in London at home or at our practices
If you’d rather be seen in the intimacy of your own home, we offer rehabilitation treatment at your place in London. But if you prefer coming to one of our practices, we also can see you at the Light Centre Belgravia SW1 in Westminster near Victoria Station, the Light Centre Moorgate EC2 between Liverpool Street and Monument Stations, and at our practice in Clapham SW4 between Clapham South and Clapham Common Stations.
Our physiotherapy and osteopathy treatments are covered by most health insurances and are Bupa registered & recognised (BUPA Global and BUPA UK), Axa registered & recognised (AXA International, AXA ppp), Cigna registered & recognised and WPA registered & recognised. (Bupa doesn’t cover osteopathy)
For Mothers Traumatic Birth and Postnatal Depression Osteopathic Rehabilitation in London appointment at home or at the clinic: 0207 125 0262 / 0782 455 3765
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How does Osteopathy help rebalance women’s body and mind after traumatic birth: physical and postnatal depression treatment in London
Every rehabilitation starts with an assessment where the osteopath determines the nature of the physical problems caused by childbirth and programs a treatment adapted to your needs and medical background in order to treat them before they turn into long-lasting complications.
With specific techniques and by working on the whole body structure, she will also take in consideration your emotional state and will reduce to their minimum any stress or tiredness you might be feeling, and will also be able to help you get better if you are suffering from postnatal depression.
Note that it is advised to wait 6 to 7 weeks post-partum before starting any rehabilitation, exercises of any kind as well as postnatal depression treatment.
What is a difficult delivery or traumatic birth?
It mainly describes:
- the use of medical tools such as ventouse, forceps
- a very long delivery
- vaginal tear
How can I know if I suffer from PND (Postnatal Depression), also called Post-Partum Depression or Baby Blues?
You will not necessarily realize straight away that you are suffering from postnatal depression, as it is something that can appear gradually.
However, some symptoms can lead you to a self-diagnosis:
- excessive crying and feeling sad all the time
- lack of interest or enjoyment
- persistent tiredness
- bonding difficulties with your baby
- sleeping issues
- retreat from contact with other people
- lack of concentration
- feeling of insecurities and worrying constantly about your baby