Osteopathy for pregnant women


The BSO has run an Expectant Mothers' Clinic since 1980, and currently runs sessions in our clinical centre on Mondays and Thursdays. Many women experience back pain during pregnancy. Osteopathy can help with this and many other problems associated with pregnancy such as leg pains, pelvic pain and pain and tension in the neck and shoulders. Treatment is safe for you and your baby.

Many expectant mothers come to us for treatment of problems caused by changes of posture or weight as well as previous musculoskeletal problems. Postnatal appointments can, for example, evaluate how your musculoskeletal system is functioning. Treatment and advice can be given to support you in returning to normal function.

The British School of Osteopathy is a teaching clinic - with qualified and specialist osteopaths supervising undergraduate students.

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