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Looking for help during/after pregnancy and/or birth?

You will be seen by one of our clinicians who specialise in pregnancy related conditions, prenatal exercise and postpartum return to exercise.

Our team is here to provide support every step of the way, whether it is managing pain, injury or niggles during pregnancy, staying fit and strong while pregnant, or returning to exercise safely and successfully postpartum.


How can we help?

We are experts in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

Our approach is we take a comprehensive assessment which includes taking your history and performing a physical assessment. This allows us to understand your pain and how it is affecting you. Our pre and post natal physiotherapists, have a keen interest in helping all women be as comfortable, active and as strong as they can be during pregnancy.

Treatment may involve:

  • Education about your condition

  • Soft tissue release or joint mobilisations

  • Advice on support garments

  • Exercise prescription (eg clinical pilates classes) to help with mobility and strength

  • Guidance on self-management strategies

How can Pre/Post-Natal Physiotherapy can help you?

There are many changes both physiological and musculoskeletal that occur in your body during pregnancy. These changes may sometimes cause aches and pains that can affect your daily life or activities that you wish to do.


Common complaints we see:

  • Pelvic girdle pain (PGP)

  • Neck or upper back stiffness/discomfort

  • Low back pain

  • Rib pain


Do I need a referral?


We receive many referrals from surgeons, sports physicians, rheumatologists, GPs, and other allied health professionals (e.g. podiatrists, osteopaths) including physiotherapy colleagues. However, you do not need a referral to see one of our expert physiotherapists to get started on your journey toward solutions to your current injuries or pain, regardless of whether they are new or chronic.

Do I need an internal examination?

We do not provide internal examinations for pelvic floor function. We know some experienced Women’s Health Physiotherapists that we can refer to if following assessment, we determine this is required as part of your care.

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Is physiotherapy treatment safe for my baby?

Yes. Your comfort and the safety of your baby is very important to us. We would never prescribe an exercise or use a treatment method that wasn’t deemed completely safe for women who are pregnant

What is the En Pointe Health Difference?

When you see a physiotherapist at En Pointe Health, you are gaining unique access to knowledge and expertise about the best available treatments for your individual pain and injuries. Our team’s clinical expertise is unique.
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