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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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repost thank you so much mifirstbaby for sharing your story and raising awareness about pelvic girdle pain during pregnancy. You are not the only one experiencing PGP but rest assured PGP is treatable! We hope you…
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Pelvic Partnership May 20
Our new e-newsletter is out now via ! To find out what we have been up to and how YOU can help women experiencing pelvic girdle pain, please visit thank you x
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Pelvic Partnership May 19
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Pelvic Partnership May 19
This is such an important message from about . Our research shows two in three women with experience during and
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Kay Julier May 18
Great to be talking to physios and other HCPs about at and advanced hypermobility masterclass with and . Thanks to all who have joined our friendly specialist list!
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Pelvic Partnership May 16
Thanks for sharing this ecmm2017 and showing the reality of living with PGP. Please reach out if this is your experience and remember, !
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Pelvic Partnership May 16
Thank you so much for inviting us to share your booth at the to raise awareness about or and to spread the word that !
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Pelvic Partnership May 16
Did you see our great Chair yesterday at talking about and how ? Thanks for your support !
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Pelvic Partnership May 16
We had a great day yesterday at Primary Care and Public Health talking to people about pelvic girdle pain and the benefits of manual therapy. Huge thank you to dreamgenii for inviting us to join them at their booth…
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Jo Black May 12
If you’ve just watched follow the link for more information about changes in England, creating more beds so that more people can get inpatient MBU care they need closer to home.
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Pelvic Partnership May 14
For women with , this figure increases to 2 in 3 women experiencing mental health issues, according to the survey. Please try to speak out to get the help and support you need
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Pelvic Partnership May 14
It's great to see maternal mental health getting highlighted on primetime TV, thank you for fpcusing on this important issue that affects so many mothers and mothers to be
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Pelvic Partnership May 13
We’re excited to promote a podcast that Sarah from had with totalchirouk last week on Pelvic Girdle Pain. It’s a great overview of the realities of life with PGP and what…
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Pelvic Partnership May 12
***Trigger warning*** Our amazing volunteer Claire has written a blog on the reality of life with PGP and a newborn. Have a read on our blog at
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Pelvic Partnership May 11
🙋‍♀️ 🌻 🤰Whatever you’re doing today, we hope that PGP isn’t holding you back. If you need help or support, check out our website or our online Facebook support group to join others just…
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Pelvic Partnership May 9
This is a great blog by Rosie from about , definitely worth a read if you are experiencing during pregnancy or postpartum
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Sarah fishburn May 2
Go Hannah, and thanks so much for raising funds and awareness of the Pelvic Partnership! The Pennine Way on a Pretty Dodgy Pelvis
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Pelvic Partnership May 2
Repost Thanks so much for sharing that you had received your Stickmum leaflets and other booklets explaining pelvic girdle pain. If you have questions about pregnancy…
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Pelvic Partnership May 2
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Pelvic Partnership May 1
Wow that is a great video, thanks for sharing . It's so important to keep raising awareness about
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