Pre Natal and Post Natal Physiotherapy
Our goal is to keep you and your baby healthy during your pregnancy and to prepare you for a safe delivery.
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At Primus, physiotherapists with a special interest in women’s health assist with various musculoskeletal changes that occur due to child-bearing. Basic antenatal or postnatal exercise programs are specially tailored made for each women.
A pregnant woman undergoes various changes in her body , including her skeletal system. During her child bearing period, the women makes postural changes in order to balance her body weight and her growing womb. This causes numerous joint pains & aches, making her child bearing experience exhausting. We at primus understand how important this occasion is in anybody’s life. The course of welcoming a new member should be pleasant. Hence to make this journey more convenient for you, our Primus Physiotherapist have designed a Pre Natal & Post Natal physiotherapy Programs for all mothers.
Primus obstetricians and obstetrics specialists provide care to women in all stages of childbearing: hoping to become pregnant, pregnant, and in the postpartum period. Our highly skilled experts are trained to provide the safest, most advanced obstetrical care whether your pregnancy is routine or you are at high risk for complications.
Our Pre Natal and Post Natal Physiotherapy speciality services inludes:
- Low and mid back pain.
- Sacro-Iliac Joint pain (+/- sciatica), Pubic Symphysis pain.
- Piriformis muscle spasm.
- Difficulty/pain with movement
- Rectus diastasis (abdominal bulging)
- Bladder control problems or constipation/straining
- Carpal tunnel symptoms Postnatal
- Low and mid back pain
- Back, shoulder and neck pain
- SIJ, pubic symphysis or piriformis pain
- Rectus Diastasis
- Abdominal bulging during movement
- Post caesarean pain (after healing)
- Perineal pain and discomfort
- Bladder/bowel control difficulties and constipation/straining
These conditions are often greatly relieved with various strategies including pain relieving modalities, deep massage and other manual therapies, core-stability muscle strengthening, postural stretches, specific muscle balancing and co-ordination techniques (including retraining, positioning and patterning) and sometimes external supports and splints.
Routine Pregnancy Planning and Prenatal Care
- Preconception Visit
If you’re thinking about getting pregnant, a preconception appointment will give you a chance to talk with your obstetricians about your medical history and address any potential concerns. This may include medications you are taking that can affect a healthy pregnancy, and recommended lifestyle changes such as starting prenatal vitamins and limiting smoking or alcohol use.
- Your OB Appointments
Many women use a home pregnancy test to learn they are pregnant four to six weeks after conception. You will be seen for your first OB appointment during the first trimester of your pregnancy. You’ll see one of our obstetricians, certified nurse-midwives, or nurse practitioners regularly until the 28th week. We’ll perform routine prenatal testing in our offices to monitor your baby’s growth and your overall health. Later in the pregnancy, you will be seen more frequently. You will be seen weekly during the last month of your pregnancy.
High-Risk Pregnancy Assessment and Care
- Preterm Risk Prevention
Preconception consultations can identify and reduce risks if you had a preterm delivery in the past, or have risk factors or a medical condition that puts you at high risk for preterm labor. Identifying potential concerns before your next pregnancy and adopting prescribed activities may help reduce your risk of having a premature delivery.
- High-Risk Pregnancy Consultations.
Many factors may influence whether your pregnancy will be considered high risk. These include your age, weight, lifestyle habits, and whether you have existing medical conditions. During a high-risk pregnancy consultation, our perinatologists (also referred to as maternal-fetal medicine specialists), genetic counselors, and other specialists can work with you to plan your pregnancy and address any special needs you may have during your pregnancy and delivery.
- If Your Pregnancy Is High-Risk
Our perinatologists are specially trained in high-risk pregnancy care and will be involved in your ongoing care through delivery at Primus Hospital. This may be the case if you are carrying multiple babies, have a history of pregnancy complications (miscarriage, preterm delivery, or cervical insufficiency), or have a preexisting medical condition, such as diabetes, elevated body mass index, heart disease, lupus, a bleeding disorder, or a seizure disorder.
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Pre Natal and Post Natal Physiotherapy Doctors
Dr. Nishant Gemini
H.O.D in the Department of Physiotherapy
Monday - Saturday
9 A.M to 5 P.M
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Preparing For Your Visit
If you are visiting our office for the first time, we ask that you bring
- A list of your current medications.
- Copies of any recent x-rays, CT scans or MRI images.