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SI Joint Pain
The Sacro-Iliac (SI) joint is in fact two joints – one on each side of your sacrum where it meets the back of your pelvis. SI Joint pain presents itself locally on one or both sides of the sacrum/tailbone. SI Joint pain is a common complaint during pregnancy but a condition that persists while you are postnatal due to the continued instability in the pelvis.Read more...
Why don’t our shoes feet anymore?? You’re finally going to get dressed up and go out for dinner and you go to put on your favorite pair of heels and they don’t fit? The widening and flattening of the feet is a common complaint after pregnancy.
- The additional weight of pregnancy.
- Shift in the placement of weight on the feet can cause pregnant woman’s feet to flatten – effectively reducing the transverse arch of the foot.
- The tightness and weakness in the foot continues during the postnatal period until release and strengthening begins.