Physiotherapeutic preparation for childbirth

In physiotherapeutic preparation for childbirth, the situation of the body during pregnancy is comprehensively mapped and the course of future childbirth is supported by means of physiotherapy.

In physiotherapeutic preparation for childbirth, the situation of the body during pregnancy is comprehensively mapped and the course of future childbirth is supported by means of physiotherapy. The visit will also discuss ways you can support the recovery of the pelvic floor and middle body from pregnancy and childbirth already during the waiting period.

In physiotherapeutic preparation for childbirth, e.g. pelvic tension and half-differences and possible pain (eg joint, support and pelvic floor pain) is taken into account. Balancing the pelvic area can also affect the position of the uterus and thus the baby’s position in the uterus. The visit assesses and guides the pelvic floor’s ability to relax and, if necessary, supports it through manual therapy. A flexible and functional pelvic floor helps to promote the course of childbirth and prevents any tears that may occur during childbirth.

The most appropriate time for this visit would be weeks 28 + 0 – 31 + 6, but the treatment can also be carried out later in the pregnancy.

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