In our ebook “PGP is treatable” we share practical suggestions and realistic solutions to help you manage your pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain (PGP) throughout pregnancy and after your baby is born.
Formerly known as SPD, PGP can affect one in five women, often starting during your pregnancy and can continue after your baby is born. The main symptom of PGP is severe pain, especially when walking, climbing stairs and turning in bed.
If left untreated, the pain can become a long-term problem, leading to physical immobility and affecting your mental health and emotional wellbeing. The good news is that PGP can be treated. Most women make a full recovery after receiving the right help in the form of hands-on manual therapy, such as physiotherapy, osteopathy and chiropractic.
This new ebook has been written by women with PGP to help other women understand PGP better, access manual therapy to treat your PGP and learn how to manage your condition during pregnancy, labour and after your baby is born.
This ebook was produced as part of our COVID-19 Response Project, funded by the National Lottery’s Coronavirus Community Support Fund.
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