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Post and Prenatal Pain Relief in Calgary

You could encounter a variety of unanticipated aches and pains after giving delivery. The good news is that Post and Prenatal Pain Relief in Calgary can be managed most effectively.

Pre- and Post-Natal Rehab Calgary

After labour, pregnancy pain can change into a variety of new pains, the most of which will subside over the coming days, weeks, and months. You can better prepare for life following delivery by preparing for potential epidural pain, breastfeeding pain, and pain from rips or incisions.

Several new mothers begin seeing a physical therapist within six weeks of giving birth, and some even earlier!
Your family should experience excitement and joy while welcoming a new life into the world. You've come to the perfect location for pain alleviation whether you're experiencing pre- or postnatal pain.

Common pain symptoms during pregnancy

Mothers who are experiencing prenatal and postnatal discomfort as a result of pregnancy and childbirth can benefit from base physical therapy.
Some of the most typical signs experienced by new or expectant mothers include:

  1. Prolapse, sometimes known as the "dropping" or "falling" of the organs
  2. Constipation
  3. Urinary incontinence
  4. Sexual discomfort
    If you experience these symptoms, be aware that there are treatments available to help you manage your pain and prevent it from returning in the future.

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What are normal postpartum symptoms?

Your body needs time to heal after giving birth, regardless of how your labor and delivery go.

Typical signs of postpartum include Uterine bleeding, Cramping, Your back, neck, or joints may hurt,
bladder issues, bowel issues etc.


Is joint pain normal during pregnancy?

It is absolutely normal to feel discomfort in the joints in your hands, wrists, feet, and ankles as well as other parts of your body. The posture you were in during delivery and recovery may be the cause of these pains. The hormonal alterations that occurred during pregnancy and led your joints to loosen may continue have an impact on them.


Can Physical therapy can help with scarring?

You will be better equipped to handle one of the biggest challenges of your life: giving birth and caring for an infant if physical therapy is incorporated into your prenatal and postoperative treatment.


Can a physical therapist help with pre and post natal pain?

Our therapists have the best evidence-based clinical knowledge to identify and treat your pregnancy and postnatal discomfort!

You can be assured that no matter what stage of your pregnancy you are in, we will take care of you and do everything we can to achieve the greatest possible outcome because we carry out our treatment plans with compassion, concern, and understanding.


Call us or click here to schedule an appointment, and we’ll create a comprehensive treatment plan to help you with a smooth pregnancy, delivery, and recovery! Post and Prenatal Pain Relief in Calgary is around the corner with Caring Hands Physiotherapy!

Post and Prenatal pain - Service Offered


Beddington NW

open: Mon - Thu 8:30 am - 7:30 pm

open: Fri 8:30 am - 5:30 pm, Sat 9:00 am - 2:00pm

closed: Sun & Stat

Country Hills Landing NW

open: Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 8:00 pm

open: Sat 9:00 am - 2:00pm

closed: Sun & Stat

Falconridge NE

open: Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 8:00 pm

open: Sat 9:00 am - 3:00pm

closed: Sun & Stat