Ante-Natal, Post-Natal... What About Pre-Ante-Natal?

Is Your Body Ready For Pregnancy?

Check List Tick
Take folic acid supplements
 
Reduce Stress
Strengthen muscles in the upper back
Strengthen superficial abdominal muscles
Strengthen deep abdominal muscles
Strengthen pelvic floor
Strengthen glutes 
Strengthen wrists

 

Common Pain Points Through The Trimesters:

  • Discomfort in neck / upper back / tight chest
  • Lower back pain
  • Pelvic Girdle or Sacrum Pain

Common Pain Points In Post-Natal Period:

  • Discomfort in neck / upper back / tight chest
  • Lower back pain
  • SI Joint Pain
  • Wrist pain
  • Knee Pain
  • Postural changes
  • Lack of lower abdominal awareness and strength

Q1) Are you thinking about having a baby?

Q2) Do you wish to reduce the risk of developing back or joint discomfort?

Q3) Would you like to put the right steps in place?

To find out how you can get your body ready for pregnancy, please schedule a free 20 min discovery call