Pregnancy comes with a unique range of aches and pains in your muscles, joints, and nerves. At Back in Motion® Physical Therapy you will find the help and support you need to get you through your pregnancy comfortably and transition to an individualized post-natal exercise program. Our physical therapists are knowledgeable in a variety of exercise-related concerns during pregnancy and will keep you and your baby happy and safe.
A sample of the problems we work on
- Low back and hip pain
- Pelvic and groin pain
- Pubic symphysis pain
- Postural changes
- Foot pain
- Lower extremity swelling
- Stress incontinence
- Urge incontinence / Urinary frequency
We can also provide you with
- Pre-natal and post-natal pain relief
- Post-natal exercise plan
- Osteoporosis education and treatment
- Pelvic floor strengthening / Core strengthening
If you or a loved one is interested in addressing women’s health issues with experienced physical therapists, make an appointment with one of our patient coordinators today to set up your initial appointment to go over which treatment option may work for you.
We have center and branch locations in Auburn, Bangor, Belfast, Brewer, Dover-Foxcroft, Ellsworth, Gorham, Hermon, Newport, Old Town, Portland, Saco, Sanford, Scarborough, South Portland, and Waterville.
Therapy treatment options for Women’s Health
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