Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction and Low back Pain
Pregnancy hormones cause laxity in the joints which can lead to sacroiliac joint dysfunction and lower back pain during the pregnancy and postpartum period. A physical therapist can assess these joints and provide interventions to stabilize the joints and decrease pain.
A separation of the abdominal muscles that can occur during pregnancy. This can lead to decreased core stabilization and pain. A physical therapist can assess the degree of the separation and provide interventions to decrease the separation and increase core stability.
Pain with NursinG
Upper back, lower back and shoulder pain with nursing. Physical therapy can help address postural issues and nursing positions to help decrease pain.