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The Cycle Of Chronic Back Pain

Back pain is like many other disagreeable experiences occurring in our lives. We go through a cycle of emotions as it affects our daily routines and our expectations of ourselves. Especially when it becomes a chronic condition. As many as four out of five adults will experience back pain...

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sacroiliac joint pain in pregnancy

What Is Sacroiliac Joint Pain During Pregnancy And How Can You Treat It?

The human body is an amazing thing. With so many working parts and functioning systems, it is no wonder that sometimes things don’t always work as they should. Pregnancy is often a time when the body is under strain, as our bodies transform and adjust to accommodate a growing...

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What is Round Ligament Pain?

The changes a woman’s body goes through during pregnancy are nothing short of astounding. After all, you are growing a human inside you. As your body adapts to accommodate a growing baby, you will experience a range of sensations that are new to you. Some are amazing. But unfortunately,...

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First trimester - what is happening

What is Happening – 1st Trimester

The first trimester (weeks 1-12) of pregnancy are dynamic for you and your growing baby. The astonishingly rapid hormonal changes are responsible for the formation and ongoing growth of your baby, as well as preparing your body for the birth. And although each day may seem to take forever...

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1st Trimester – Things To Do

CONGRATULATIONS on Your Pregnancy When your excitement turns into ‘help there is so muchto think about’ – you need a list and a plan. Here are some of the things you can add to your 1st trimesterto do list. Begin Managing Your Current Lifestyle Make your day to day...

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pregnancy back pain

4 Stretches for Pregnancy Back Pain

Three decades ago Janet Balaskas introduced the western world to exercises during pregnancy and to the concept of Active Birth. It was an exciting and revolutionary time in changing how we viewed pregnancy and birth. In our 1980’s antenatal classes we began to get women off their backs –...

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