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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 Jul 18
🙋‍♀️ Do you provide treatment and support to women with PGP or are you currently a student training to be a healthcare professional? Would you be interested in participating in a SECOND FACEBOOK GROUP for healthcare…
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 18
Huge congratulations to all the graduating today! We wish you all the best with your career helping women at such a vulnerable time, please remember
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 17
Sarah had PGP and thanks to manual therapy and an amazing osteo, she is now enjoying spending time with her little one pain-free! Head to our Facebook page to read her story now 👌
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 16
We're super excited that our new is LIVE via ! Please help us help women experiencing and
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 15
Please download the brilliant booklet on for pregnant and postnatal mums at the link below :)
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 15
Thank you for sharing . Please remember, PGP is treatable with hands-on manual therapy and there is a higher incidence of PGP in women with /HSD. Please discuss with your physio, osteo or chiro x
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 15
If you are a healthcare professional please complete this survey to improve maternity care
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 15
Replying to @MissCharleyWebb
Wishing you all the best with the rest of your pregnancy x
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 13
“There are good days and bad days, I’m on the right track, Taking good care of my pelvis and back. If I’d had treatment from the very first niggle, my pregnancy might’ve been more of a giggle”…
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 11
Check out this for women with PGP! Posted withrepost • for managing pelvic pain in pregnancy is to put a plastic bag on your car seat. It can help you to keep your legs…
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 9
Thank you a donation would make a huge difference to the one in five pregnant women experiencing debilitating
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 9
Are you a physiotherapist, osteopath or chiropractor? Do you treat women experiencing ? If so, are you on our list of ? This is a first port of call for women experiencing to seek treatment
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 9
Replying to @sh24_nhs
Love this! Thanks for sharing :)
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 9
This is AMAZING! Please to 's first on , definitely worth a listen :)
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 9
Hooray!! Happy birthday to the NHS from all of us at the - thank you from all of the babies, mums and dads you have helped x
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 9
Back at the desk today sending out information packs to women experiencing and healthcare professionals wanting to that with hands-on . Please contact us for to find out more and help us to
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 9
Please do reach out and seek support if you are experiencing post traumatic stress or anxiety after a difficult birth
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 7
Posted withrepost • please visit dreamgenii to enter this amazing competition to win one of their feeding pillows. Thank you Dreamgenii for your continued support of . *…
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 7
This is so true life__with__lisa withrepost Big hugs to all you amazing women growing tiny humans tonight - especially those living with PGP. We’re right there with you x.…
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 4
This is such an important message, especially if you are experiencing anxiety about your birth or treatment plan
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