London Osteopath: Osteopathy for Women and Pregnant Women at Home in London or at our Practices in Moorgate EC2, Belgravia Westminster SW1 or Clapham SW4
All our osteopaths in London for pregnant women and women with postnatal issues have years of experience
At Mummy’s Physio our osteopaths in London are specialised in treating pregnant women and women with postnatal and specific conditions. With many years of experience and training they are able to deliver the safest and most efficient treatment wether you are pregnant, had a baby or have a specific women condition. As part of their interest for peri-natality they also treat babies and children. For Baby osteopathy information: Click Here
Or London Osteopaths work different techniques to allows the body to heal itself using its own healing mechanisms. It is a completely natural therapy, which identify and treats mobility restrictions. By working on the integral structure of the body, and looking at how bones, muscles and connective tissues work together, osteopathy will restore your body to a balance.
Our Women’s Health osteopaths assess each patient from a functional and postural point of view, treating the body as a whole structure to be able focus on the root of the problems rather than fixing the consequences.
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.
Osteopathy treatment for pregnancy and postnatal at home in London or at our practices in Moorgate EC2, Belgravia Westminster SW1 or Clapham SW4
We offer treatment at your home in London, so you don’t have to worry about travelling, especially in the later terms of your pregnancy. However, we also offer treatment at any of our practices: 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 health insurance companies and recognised by Axa ppp (Bupa doesn’t cover osteopathy)
To book a session with our osteopath in London for back pain or neck pain treatment: 0207 125 0262 / 0782 455 3765
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The benefit of osteopathy during pregnancy
For women and mothers, osteopathy helps with the discomfort of pregnancy, prepare for labour as well as the recovery especially if the birth has been difficult or there was some trauma (premature baby, breach). Osteopathy might reduce the need for medication during childbirth. It will also help women with any pelvic or back pain and women suffering from endometriosis.
Our osteopaths work closely with patients to help them achieve a high level of wellness by focusing on health education, injury prevention, and disease prevention.
The different techniques used by our women’s health & pregnancy osteopaths are
- Myofascial release osteopathy use a constant pressure until release is achieved. It is primarily used for myofascial structures.
- Cranial and Cranio sacral osteopathy use light touch to feel and ‘listen’ to your body much like when the medical historic is taken. Contacts are made at the base of the spine, the head as well as other areas depending on the symptoms.
- Soft tissue or manipulations is a manual technique used to to stretch or relax dysfunctional soft tissue structures.
- Visceral osteopathy: Our visceral organs form an important part of our anatomy and physiology, making them a significant consideration when formulating an osteopathic diagnosis and treatment plan. The holistic approach to osteopathy emphasises this. This is usually preformed through a gentle external massage often on the abdomen.
Article by James Turgis Chartered Physiotherapist
London Osteopath: For Which Pathologies Osteopathy Can Help?
- Back pain
- Neck Pain
- symphysis pubis dysfunction
- coccyx pain
- general tension
- trapezium tension
- foot pain
- unbalanced posture
- carpal tunnel syndrome
- groin pain/ cruralgia/ pelvic girdle pain
- pain after epidural
- sleeping disorder
- preparation for the delivery
- rebalancing after delivery
- Ante&post natal care
- Breastfeeding issues
Digestive system & respiratory
- breathing difficulty