The Pelvic Partnership collates this list of recommended practitioners of private physiotherapists, osteopaths and chiropractors who have successfully treated women and birthing people with pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain (PGP). All practitioners on this list have been recommended by at least two women with experience of PGP.
You can access the list of recommended practitioners here:
Our free ebook includes practical suggestions for women with pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain (PGP).
This new ebook has been written by women with experience of PGP to help you to:
This ebook was produced with support from the National Lottery’s Coronavirus Community Support Fund.
Many women have reported to us that they find it difficult to describe their pain during healthcare appointments. In particular, it can be hard to describe how PGP can affect you physically and emotionally.
We have developed a toolkit to help you find the words and the confidence to get the support and treatment you need as quickly as possible.
To find out more about PGP, you can request a free information pack, including some Stickmum leaflets from the Pelvic Partnership.
You can share the Stickmum leaflet with your healthcare professional, family and friends to help explain what you are going through and the importance of hands-on individualised treatment, including manual therapy.
Request a free Stickmum leaflet here:
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You can also watch our Stickmum video here:
We have also developed a video, showing what to expect from hands-on manual therapy from a physiotherapist, osteopath or chiropractor: