Mummy MOT – Postnatal Assessment & Rehabilitation and Post Pregnancy Physiotherapy Treatments at Your Home in London or at our Practices in Moorgate EC2, Belgravia Westminster SW1 or Clapham SW4. Post-Natal Physiotherapists treating Episiotomy, Pelvic Pain, Incontinence or Prolapse, Diastasis, Menstruation Pain, Caesarian Rehabilitation, Epidural Issues and Personal Fitness
Specialized Post-Natal Physiotherapist Based in London, Mummy MOT & Treatment of Pregnancy and Labour Related Pain
Pregnancy and labour can take its toll on your body, and many women suffer with post-natal conditions for some time after birth. At Mummy’s Physio London our women’s health Physiotherapists are specialised in treating and providing rehabilitation from pregnancy related conditions such as episiotomy, pelvic pain, incontinence and prolapse, painful menstruation, caesarean section recovery and even helping you feel confident in yourself and returning to fitness after labour.
At Mummy’s Physio London, our professional and gentle Physiotherapists are fully trained in all areas of women’s health, especially that of post-natal conditions. They have years of experience in assessing women after delivery (Mummy MOT) & in treating women for postnatal conditions for a fast and long-term recovery. A full physical assessment will be carried out at your first appointment (Mummy MOT) to ascertain what areas may be causing you pain. They will answer any of your queries and create a treatment plan specifically tailored to your rehabilitation, consisting of realignment, postnatal exercises and stretching to ensure you make a full recovery.
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.
Specialised Post-Natal & Mummy MOT, Physiotherapy Treatment & Assessment. Rehabilitation at your home or at our London practices in Moorgate EC2, Belgravia Westminster SW1 or Clapham SW4
At Mummy’s Physio London, we understand it can be really difficult to attend appointments whilst you are caring for your baby. Our postnatal Physiotherapists are available to visit you in your home in London for your Mummy MOT. If you would prefer to visit us at one of our London practices, we also offer treatment at the Light Centre Belgravia SW1 in Westminster, near Victoria station, the Light Centre Moorgate EC2 between Liverpool Street and Monument stations and our practice in Clapham SW4 between Clapham South and Clapham Common stations.
We are covered by most health insurances and are Bupa recognised and axa ppp recognised
To book post-natal assessment and post pregnancy Physiotherapy treatment in London call us on 0207 125 0262 / 0782 455 3765
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Information about Postnatal Mummy MOT & Physiotherapy Assessment & Treatments for Post-Natal Conditions in London
What is a Mummy MOT or Postnatal Assessment?
Our physiotherapist or osteopath will check the following points.
- Pelvis closure and the lower ribs
- Pubic symphysis
- Pelvic floor muscles
- Abdominal muscles
- Episiotomy or tearing pain
- Pelvic pain and pain during intercourse
- Urinary or anal incontinence and prolapse: Pelvic floor re-education
- Visceral problems, constipation
- Diastasis abdominal
- Painful menstruation
- Back pain
- Respiratory issues (shortness of breath)
- Caesarean section
- Pain after epidural
- Cellulite and weight loss
- Flat stomach, aesthetic, going back to sport
How can Physiotherapy treatments help pregnancy related and post-natal conditions?
Our specialist Physiotherapist will conduct a physical assessment, and listen to your worries to ensure they tailor an effective and safe treatment plan for your rehabilitation. They will assess your pelvic closure, the lower ribs, sacrum, pubic symphysis, pelvic floor and abdominal muscles, viscera, back alignment and posture to make sure that nothing goes unchecked.
Why am I suffering from post-natal conditions after labour?
Many women suffer from post-natal conditions after pregnancy that can cause pain and increase uncomfortable sensations. Alongside the stress on your body from pregnancy and labour, new activities such as feeding and carrying your baby will put strain on different muscles that you may have never felt before. Pregnancy hormones can also impact on your health, as they continue to affect your muscles and ligaments for around 6 months after birth, making them not as strong as they once were, which places pressure and increased risks of injury on other parts of your body.
Our Postnatal Physiotherapy Treatment in London
Episiotomy or tearing pain – your Physiotherapist will use a mixture of gentle massage techniques to heal and stretch any scars, scar tissue and your pelvic muscles. They will also teach you how to massage yourself so that you can continue your treatment at home.
Pelvic pain and pain during intercourse – Pelvic pain, especially during intercourse, can be particularly debilitating for women after giving birth. Using combinations of relaxation and self-massage, with techniques to stretch the muscles of the perineum and pelvis, your Physiotherapist will provide a long term solution for pain relief. She will also help you to development an awareness of your perineum and ways to relax it, and teach you methods to relax your abdominal muscle through respiratory work.
Urinary or anal incontinence and prolapse – Our Physiotherapists will provide a treatment programme of pelvic floor re-education, using methods of manual rehabilitation, electro stimulation, biofeedback and hypopressive gymnastics. They will also give you advice on lifestyle solutions for incontinence and certain exercises to both avoid post-partum, and ones to practice in between sessions.
Visceral problems and constipation – the Physiotherapists at Mummy’s Physio will work on your visceral organs, use K-Taping and provide abdominal massage alongside mobilisation techniques around your intestines.
Diastasis abdominal – K-Taping, Hypopressive Gymnastics, education about “good abs” and methods of achieving them, alongside intensive abdominal rehabilitation are all techniques that are used by our Physiotherapist in treating diastasis.
Painful menstruation – our Physiotherapists will mobilise your uterus and pelvic bones using different types of massage to relieve you of pain during menstruation
Back pain – Physiotherapy treatment will target your posture, and use methods to guide it so that you can get back to your full strength, alongside abdominal rehabilitation exercises, massage and back rehabilitation techniques.
Respiratory issues (shortness of breath) – Physiotherapy can help to relax your diaphragm and teach you different breathing methods so that you feel much freer and less stressed.
Caesarean section – by mobilising and stretching your caesarean scar and the uterine ligaments and uterine walls underneath it, our Physiotherapists can relieve you of uncomfortable sensations and pain. Visceral and abdominal rehabilitation at an early stage alongside education on how to carry your baby after birth will ensure a safe recovery for you
Pain after epidural – manual techniques such as soft and gentle massages, realignment of the body and relieving tension in your uterus muscles will relieve you of pain after your epidural
Cellulite and weight loss – our Physiotherapists will use methods such as lymphatic drainage and circulatory massage as well as palper rouler, a technique to break down adipose tissue accumulated during pregnancy for cellulite and weight loss. They will also give you nutritional and probiotic advice
Flat stomach, aesthetic, going back to sport – our Physiotherapists are specialised in adapted post-natal abdominal rehabilitation, use of the hypopressive method, adapted sport exercises and core-gymnastics