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The basic aim of Physiotherapy during pregnancy is to help the body deal with issues related to mobility, musculature, circulation and respiration. Before starting an effective antenatal (before birth) program, a thorough evaluation is done to recognize which exercises would be best suited to the women’s needs.


Between 50-70% of women experience back pain during pregnancy due to increased hormones, changes to the body’s center of gravity, additional weight, declining posture, and stress.

Cervical pain, breast problems, and abdominal muscle weakness are also common symptoms.

Visiting with a physiotherapist will provide you with the techniques and exercises necessary to ease these pains.

Your body is connected in intricate ways, and though you may not feel that increased stress and poor posture are related, you will find that through being dedicated to your physiotherapy routine, many aspects that you didn’t feel were connected will begin to improve. Physiotherapists are expertly trained to teach you how best to prepare for childbirth through rhythmic movement, massage, relaxation techniques, and breathing awareness. Both during and after your pregnancy, they can assist you in caring for your body and your health.


Why choose us for Physiotherapy During Pregnancy at home?


Proven methodologies: Customized care plans, globally used care protocols and evidence based practices for an uneventful recovery.

Tools for measuring outcome: Internationally accepted tools for monitoring outcomes against the benchmark to assure a desirable improvement.

Patient-centric approach: Building a therapeutic relationship with the patient and family via effective communication to facilitate patient participation and better outcomes.

Individualized care: We understand that each patient is different and so are their requirements. That’s why we provide you with personalized care plan that caters to your needs.

Save money & time: Schedule your appointment as per your convenience with no stress of travelling and waiting.