GIVING BIRTH CHANGES YOUR BODY.

Wherever you are on your postpartum journey, our pelvic physios can help you recover and get back to the activities you enjoy.

WHETHER YOU’VE HAD A VAGINAL OR C-SECTION BIRTH, WE’RE HERE ON YOUR RECOVERY JOURNEY.

Our pelvic physios are experienced in the conditions common to women who are recovering from birth trauma or injury. These are the most common postpartum conditions:

C-section
recovery

After this major abdominal surgery, here are five tips to manage the recovery from a c-section.

Abdominal muscle
separation

Rectus Abdominis Diastasis (RAD) is common in women who have given birth. Once identified, ab separation can be treated and healed.

Post-natal rehabilitation

Birth impacts mothers in different ways. For optimal postpartum recovery, it is critical to understand how the process has affected you. Take our 4-part assessment.

Birth-related injuries or trauma

Women can sustain physical trauma during or after birth, including perineum and pelvic floor tears, pubic diastasis, fractures and mastitis. Find out about symptoms and treatments.

OPTIMISE YOUR POST-NATAL RECOVERY.

Advice, treatment and exercise programs for every stage of your incredible journey.

FURTHER READING TO SUPPORT YOUR POST-NATAL JOURNEY:

What to Expect After a C-Section

Whether it’s a planned or emergency cesarean, here’s what you can expect to face afterwards, and tips for a smoother c-section recovery.

Signs You May Have Abdominal Muscle Separation

Recovering from Rectus Abdominis Diastasis (RAD) requires equal parts rest and exercise. Here’s how to tell if you have abdominal muscle separation, and how to treat it.

Getting Back to Your Best: The Post-Natal Journey

Post-natal care is about more than the physical. Let’s look at how you can feel like yourself again after pregnancy, with these post-natal care tips.

Supporting Women Through Birth Injuries

If you suffered a birth injury or birth trauma, you’re not alone. Here are things you can do to help you heal from birth trauma, and post-natal PTSD.

GIVEN BIRTH IN THE LAST 18 MONTHS?

Every body responds differently to childbirth. That’s why Bump, Birth & Beyond is tailored to your specific needs. To get started, book a post-natal physiotherapy assessment, and your assigned Physiotherapist will recommend the best services to help you recover from childbirth and get back to the activities you enjoy!

The Sydney Pelvic Clinic team of physiotherapists in Sydney provide this information for women (and their partners) who have given birth vaginally or via c-section. Sydney Pelvic Clinic can offer pelvic physio services, exercise-led physio and treatments to help women recover from birth. Our experienced team is here to advise on the best ways to manage birth-related trauma, postnatal rehabilitation, post-partum physio, prevent mastitis, abdominal muscle separation, c-section recovery, post natal recovery, perineal tear, natural birth recovery, and pelvic floor recovery after birth. We offer a comprehensive post-natal recovery program called Bump, Birth & Beyond. While Sydney Pelvic Health Clinic makes every effort to ensure the information in this website is accurate and informative, this information does not take the place of one-on-one professional or medical advice. Do not use this information to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, or as a substitute for a consultation with our trained health professionals. Sydney Pelvic Clinic is located in Bondi Junction in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs and in St Leonards Sydney, and provides physio-led exercise classes, massage therapies, and physiotherapy services with experienced pelvic physios who can help with any pelvic health condition. Consultations are private and confidential, and can be booked online or by calling the Bondi Junction clinic.

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