At the Bristol Back Pain Clinic, our osteopaths and chiropractors are experts in assessing, diagnosing and treating all types of musculoskeletal conditions (problems with the joints, ligaments, tendons and nerves of the body).
The body changes rapidly during pregnancy. This can place a large amount of stress on the musculoskeletal system as the joints in the body try to compensate for these rapid changes which can in turn make the joints sore and stiff, accounting for a lot of pregnancy aches and pains.
We also treat lots of parents who suffer from aches and pains associated with childcare, whether it's a new mum or dad who has a bad back as a result of leaning awkwardly when getting their baby in and out of their cot, or parents with older children who are experiencing pain as a result of carrying their child on one side all the time.
Treatment for pain associated with pregnancy & childcare
Chiropractic and osteopathic treatment offers a gentle, drug free approach to help minimise back pain during pregnancy and beyond, and is safe for both the mother and baby. Our practitioners are able to offer advice on how to look after your back health throughout your pregnancy and beyond too.
We also offer cranial osteopathy at our Paintworks clinic which is an extremely gentle treatment technique suitable during pregnancy and also for children at all stages of development. To find out more about cranial osteopathy at the Bristol Back Pain Clinic, click here.
Call us on 0117 9723 518 to book an appointment or for a free, no obligation chat to find out how we can help you.
For feeding posture tips to help protect your posture and prevent pain as a result of feeding, check out our feeding posture tips blog.
For more information on what to expect when you visit a chiropractor or osteopath at The Bristol Back Pain Clinic, including how we are working to ensure our clinics are a safe environment for both patients and practitioners during the Covid-19 pandemic, click here.
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