Pelvic Problems UK - General advice
We are Pelvic Problems UK and we are located in Edinburgh North David Street, Scotland.
We want to raise awareness to a growing problem in the UK Pelvic Girdle pain also known as Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction and to help women and men affected by this problem with great quality advice and tips.
- To lobby for full implementation of existing health and social care policies that will improve the lives of people affected by long-term conditions
- To influence the creation and content of new national health and social care policies, and other aspects of public policy where appropriate, to benefit people affected by long-term conditions
- To promote a wide range of sustainable high-quality self-management programmes for people affected by long-term conditions
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.-------
What is a chiropractor?
Chiropractor is a qualified health professional that carries out diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system and the effects of these disorders on the functions of the nervous system and general health.
How it all works?
Although probably best known for treating back pain chiropractors also treat a wide range of musculoskeletal problems and some chiropractors have developed a special interest in treating people with pelvic girdle pain/Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction.
A chiropractor will perform a thorough assessment to see which structures are causing pain and will then discuss a treatment plan with you.
They only ever use the best chiropractic equipment, tools to ensure that they can produce maximum quality.
The approach is a holistic one and the treatment will depend on your own individual circumstances but may include restoring joint alignment in the spine and pelvic girdle.
The General Chiropractic Council is a body established by parliament to regulate, develop and promote the chiropractic profession.
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