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Pelvic Partnership
Registered charity providing women & healthcare professionals with information about best practice for the treatment and management of Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP).
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Pelvic Partnership Aug 9
Another lovely post from . Stay positive, be kind and remember that our amazing community of women with PGP is there for you on our Facebook support group. We are all in this together x
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Pelvic Partnership Aug 2
At our committee meeting this week we had an awesome presentation from beccobrien on her MSc research project exploring supports for women experiencing PGP and lower back pain. By focusing on womens experiences,…
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 28
Replying to @TNLComFund
. retweet for attention :)
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 27
Calling all therapists/mental health professionals... Please can you help? We are in the process of broadening our list of recommended practitioners to include professionals who provide mental health support and…
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 27
Replying to @gurpsdhindsa
So sorry to hear that, are you able to access manual therapy treatment for your PGP? Please head to our website to find out more, Wishing you all the best x
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 25
hello, we are drafting a funding application for a non-COVID project in England and wanted to check it will still be considered for project funding under £10k, some of the online guidance wasn't clear. Thanks!
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 21
We are here for you ❤🤰🤱 If this story isn't your experience of PGP and you want to connect with other women who have gone through similar experiences to you, please head over to Facebook and join our Facebook…
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 19
Have you done more online shopping in the past few months? If so, please consider downloading the easyfundraising app to help you.... If you click into the app before shopping and select as your…
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 19
Such an important message from , please tag they are doing amazing work in this space to raise awareness
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 19
Thank you to all at for your support to pregnant women and new parents during 🙏🙏🙏
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 14
Thanks tommys_pregnancyhub for this reminder to please call your midwife if you are experiencing any of these symptoms during pregnancy. We know our amazing NHS is going above and beyond during this pandemic, but…
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 12
We know that a challenge for women experiencing PGP is recognising that they may need to ask for help, from their partner and their wider family and friends. This booklet has been written to explain PGP to those…
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RoyalCollegeObsGyn Jul 6
We know that being pregnant during the pandemic is likely to result in additional anxiety for women and their families. Watch our short video to help you start a conversation with your midwife or maternity team. Learn more:
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 5
PGP is treatable! Pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain (PGP) is a severe painful condition affecting one in five pregnant women. PGP causes significant pain and discomfort in the pelvic joints and can continue…
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 4
Great morning brainstorming new projects and campaign ideas after our AGM with a junior team member! Stay tuned for announcements later this month as we continue to provide information and support to…
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Sarah fishburn Jul 4
Proud to be part of the NHS today 🌟
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 4
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Pelvic Partnership Jun 27
Thank you so much to the_little_lovebox for nominating us as one of their chosen charities for this month! We are so grateful for this support. Every penny donated to helps us continue our important…
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Pelvic Partnership Jun 27
Replying to @wildandmunro @PHE_uk
of recommended practitioners on our website to find a recommended practitioner near you. Most providers are doing consultations initially. Good luck! 2/2
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Pelvic Partnership Jun 27
Replying to @wildandmunro @PHE_uk
Thanks for your comment . Private and most NHS manual therapy did stop during the lockdown but many providers are now recommencing treatment in line with guidance and with PPE. Please contact your local physio to find out more, or access our list 1/2
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