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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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Thames Valley SCN Nov 6
., our perinatal mental health matrix guru and NICE fellow, has written a paper on pelvic girdle pain, how to treat it, and how is helping to make a difference in clinicians' approach to pelvic pain. Read the paper here:
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Pelvic Partnership Nov 6
So great to see 'Pelvic Girdle Pain: The Stickmum project 3 years forward' in this edition of the written by the chair of our charity
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Birthrights Oct 8
Deeply worrying. How can women feel safe in labour if they don't feel confident that if they feel they need pain relief they will be listened to?
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Birthrights Sep 21
Very concerning to hear reports of homebirth and midwife-led unit suspension in Oxford. We will be seeking clarity on this & remind women in the area that we offer advice & support.
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Pelvic Partnership Sep 21
We have a new look! Our committee decided it was time for an update and we wanted to include a woman in our logo image to emphasise our key message: pregnancy-related is safe to treat at any stage during pregnancy, as soon as symptoms start 🙂
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Birthrights Sep 19
Birthrights CEO on the need to listen to women’s birth stories without judgement.
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Pelvic Partnership Aug 15
Thank you very much informed choice is at the heart of what we do 🙂
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Pelvic Partnership Aug 7
Did you spot our article in July? Claire explains the ups & downs she experienced when returning to exercise after receiving 'hands-on' treatment for her
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Pelvic Partnership Aug 6
Replying to @lynniemckinny
Thanks for contacting us . We have a web section for women with PGP following pregnancy & the information is relevant whether you have had symptoms for 4 yrs or 20 yrs+ I hope this section helps, if not don't hesitate to contact our helpline.
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 23
shouldn't restrict your birth options especially if your symptoms are treated & managed effectively during your pregnancy. Use these guides & our Pregnancy & birth web pages …/ to help you to develop a birth plan that feels right for you
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Pelvic Partnership Jul 23
Have you completed our yet? If you have personal experience of pregnancy-related and would like to complete our survey, please follow this link The closing date is 1st August
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Pelvic Partnership Jun 13
Join us at our , learn more about & the work we do for women with . On Thursday 21st June at 7.45pm at Harwell Chuch, Church Lane, Harwell Village, OX11 0EZ. RSVP contact@pelvicpartnership.org.uk 🙂
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Pelvic Partnership May 30
Are you one of our listed recommended practitioners? Please complete our consent form to remain listed otherwise we will, unfortunately, have to remove you from our list 🙁
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Pelvic Partnership May 18
Replying to @spilgrim2017
Thank you so much for your feedback We are so pleased you've found our website helpful and hope you are now receiving the right treatment/care :-)
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Pelvic Partnership May 17
to assess the level of care provided for women with across the UK. Take part today and -
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Pelvic Partnership May 3
Deadline for applications is coming up on 24th May so do apply before it is too late
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Pelvic Partnership Apr 24
Do you need help funding manual therapy treatment for your ? Take a look at our latest blog article - and help us to spread the word that by joining our -
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Pelvic Partnership Apr 6
When you shop , Amazon will make a donation to The Pelvic Partnership.
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Pelvic Partnership Apr 6
Guaranteed places in this years event - - deadline for applications: 24th May
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Birthrights Mar 20
New research: Disabled women need to be heard and respected as experts about their bodies
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