We have specially trained physiotherapist practitioners throughout the UK & Ireland, as well as some overseas, so there is sure to be a Mummy MOT® Practitioner near you.
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Up to half of all women experience weakness in both the abdominal muscles and pelvic floor muscles after pregnancy and up to a third still have a tummy gap at eight weeks post-birth. This can cause instability or poor core strength leading to women developing pelvic or back pain or bladder, bowel and sexual dysfunction. These conditions should not be something you should just put up with as a result of having a baby.
It’s recommended that women have an initial assessment after their 6-8 week GP check, but we also treat women who gave birth years ago that may still have a tummy gap or related pelvic floor issues.
All our practitioners are fully trained in postnatal physiotherapy and licensed to carry out a Mummy MOT®. Mums need to bend, squat and lift so we provide postnatal clinical care and functional exercises for female clients following birth (no matter how long ago).
I would highly recommend The Mummy MOT®. It is the most comprehensive assessment and advice session I have ever had. Maria checked my posture, breathing, tummy and pelvic floor muscles and then recommended the best exercises to do. It was supportive and very encouraging. I understand I still have a long way to go with my condition but with Maria’s help, I feel confident that I am getting closer to a complete recovery. Thank you, Maria, for helping me get my life back.
Oh my god, I wish I had done The Mummy MOT® 5 years ago after my twins. No-one checked for a tummy gap then. I am now working on an intensive post natal programme with Maria and my back pain has gone and tummy gap slowly improving."
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Information & Advice for Post Natal Women Suffering with Pelvic Floor Issues