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Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP) commonly affects women during or after pregnancy causing pain and mobility difficulties. Women who are not pregnant, and men too can also be affected, sometimes as a result of injury or trauma.
One common misconception is that Pelvic Girdle Pain(PGP) is something that has to be endured during pregnancy and will vanish once the baby is born. This is not the case. Early and appropriate treatment by an appropriately trained manual therapist will aim to reduce pain, increase mobility and lower the likelihood of ongoing problems after the birth.
Our aim is to increase awareness of Pelvic Girdle Pain/Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD) amongst health professionals and the general public and to provide support to those affected, both men and women and whether pregnancy related or not. We also wish to encourage networking amongst health professionals treating people with Pelvic Girdle Pain(PGP) through seminars and study days.
The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Women's Health have recently published new guidelines for the management of pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain(formerly Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction(SPD)- click here for further information.
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