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Osteopathy • Sports Massage • Acupuncture
After graduating osteopaths are required to do 30 hours of CPD (continual professional development) each year. This can consist of self-study, attending workshops, courses or seminars. This ensures we are kept up to date with current research, treatment protocols and techniques.
Mummy Mot FAQ's
It is recommended that women have an initial assessment after their six to eight weeks GP check, but we also treat women who gave birth yeas ago that may still have a tummy gap or related pelvic floor issues.
You assessment includes an internal pelvic floor examination and you will be required to remove the bottom half of your clothing. You will be asked to sign a consent form or give verbal agreement before the examination takes place.
Absolutely! The Mummy MOT is for all women who have given birth and still suffering in some way. The sooner you make an appointment, the sooner your symptoms and issues will be alleviated. But it’s never too late to make an appointment.
The pelvic floor is made up of deep and superficial layers that form the hammock found in the base of our pelvis. The pelvic floor is part of our deep core and has many important functions including bladder and bowel control, sexual function and pelvic organ support (e.g. bowel, bladder and uterus.)
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