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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 Dec 2
This festive season, please consider a to and help us continue to provide support and information to women experiencing -related ( or ). Thank you, we couldn't do it without you x
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Pelvic Partnership Dec 1
Please consider donating to this . Every penny you donate goes directly to helping provide support and information to women experiencing pregnancy-related . Thank you x
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Rosey Nov 25
tweet chat tonight 8-9pm will look at the impact isolation can have on new and expectant parents. Please RT
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Pelvic Partnership Nov 24
Replying to @joyhorner1
Thanks 🙏
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Pelvic Partnership Nov 24
Replying to @PP_PGP_charity
And we are here to help you on the path to recovery. . DM us to find out more ❤️ (3/3)
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Pelvic Partnership Nov 24
Replying to @PP_PGP_charity
We aim to raise awareness that PGP is a biomechanical joint problem which can be safely and effectively treated with manual therapy. We aim to inform healthcare professionals about PGP and promote best practice for its treatment (2/3)
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Pelvic Partnership Nov 24
What do we do? We offer support and information about pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain (PGP) to women experiencing PGP, their families and carers (1/3)
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Howard Lake Nov 16
Not everyone can give money to charity, but there are plenty of ways to support a charity for free.
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Cedrek McFadden, MD Nov 15
Dear Patient, You do not have to apologize for asking for a second opinion.
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Pelvic Partnership Nov 16
Thanks for having us ! Many women with PGP also go on to experience mental health problems during pregnancy or after their baby is born. We look forward to working with the Alliance to better support women with PGP and mental health problems.
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Maternal Mental Health Alliance Nov 11
In the last 30 days, visits to our maternal mental wellbeing guidance have increased by 42%. There is a clear and present need for this information. Please share to help us reach more mums who may be struggling with their mental health during lockdown:
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Pelvic Partnership Nov 11
We have developed guidance for women experiencing -related during the second . Our resource draws heavily on the FAQs for pregnant women and their families, available in the below link
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Pelvic Partnership Nov 10
Really important message from Please ring your midwife with any concerns you have about you and your baby, at any time of day
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Dr Andy Mayers Nov 10
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Pelvic Partnership Nov 4
Replying to @Caf
Thanks! Sorry we must have missed the earlier Emergency Fund.
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Pelvic Partnership Nov 4
We have updated our guidance for women experiencing -related (), available on our website Fortunately women CAN continue to access manual therapy to treat their PGP 🙌🙌🙌
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Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Nov 4
Government has published details of the types of business it intends to allow to remain open during the forthcoming lockdown in England, with physiotherapy included.
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Pelvic Partnership Nov 4
Hello, are there any CAF resilience grants available for charities with less than £50k turnover? We are facing huge drops in donations and fundraising due to COVID while an increase in calls for support. Thank you
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Pelvic Partnership Nov 3
Just posted a photo
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Pelvic Partnership Nov 3
Replying to @ChiropracticUK
Thanks . We will be following your updates on this, to ensure women experiencing -related can access essential to treat their pain
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