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When booking online, choose the Pregnancy Pit Stop Assessment. Your first appointment will last about 1 hour. I will ask you a number of health questions relating to any symptoms or goals that you have. You may want to ask questions about your pregnancy and the effects on your body. If you have symptoms, it's a good time to share this information.


We will then move to the physical examination. I will take a close look at your posture and movement in standing, sitting and lying. I will complete a number of tests that will look at your joint function, muscle strength and length and your general ability to move from one position to another.


We will have a chat about my findings and together we will produce a bespoke treatment plan from now until the birth of your baby. You will receive support as required by email and can book in follow up appointments when needed.

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you're pregnant!


It's a very exciting time of life, often filled with lots of questions. Let Gillian put you at ease about your body during pregnancy. The Bumps assessment takes a thorough look at your posture, movement and function. It doesn't matter when during your pregnancy you come in or whether or not you are experiencing any symptoms.


Pregnancy is a time of great change within your body, even from the very first few weeks, you can experience things you are not used to. As your baby grows, you will find a lot of these changes will affect the way you move and function. It's so important to avoid bad habits and to optimise the way you stand and sit, the way you move and how you do every day tasks.


The Bumps assessment is designed to identify any potential problems with your posture and movement, educate you as to how to make positive changes and put forward a rehabilitation programme that will encourage good habits, leading to a stronger, more flexible core and a posture that can support both you and your baby.

Pelvic Obstetric & Gynaecology Physiotherapists: Guide to exercise in the childbearing year


This booklet tells you about the changes to your body in pregnancy and advises on the right exercise to choose.



What can I expect during

my first appointment?




Are you wondering if the symptoms you are experiencing during your pregnancy are normal?


Pelvic girdle pain (PGP), formerly known as Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD) is a common condition of pregnancy. Lower back and pelvic pain affects approximately 50 - 70% of pregnancies and 14 - 22% of all pregnant women have serious PGP, with 5 - 8% of these having problems with severe pain and disability.


If you are experiencing symptoms of pubic bone pain, lower back pain, difficulty standing on one leg and pain when turning in bed, it is important to find out if you have PGP and what you can do to manage your symptoms.


The Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy group (POGP) has a very informative booklet that will help you to find out more about the condition and what you can do to help yourself.


The Bumps assessment will focus on assessing and diagnosing PGP symptoms and you will be able to create a treatment plan with Gillian, according to your needs and goals.

Pregnancy Related Pelvic Girdle Pain

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