A few weeks after the birth, when mum and baby have settled in at home, is a good time to look at the consequences the birth has had on the mother’s body and to help her recover more easily.
An initial assessment, diagnosis and planning session takes place. We provide tips and recommendations for the new life at home with the baby and we plan treatment visits according to each individual case. Good recovery of the pelvis (bone) and pelvic floor (muscle) after the birth is important in preventing possible future urinary or sexual dysfunctions.
This is aimed at women who have recently become mothers, who are currently well but would like to prevent future problems. The treatment duration will depend on the individual case.
This is aimed at mothers who sustain pelvic-floor and vulvar lesions during the birth (use of instruments, new-born weight over 3.5 kg, episiotomy, tearing, etc.).
Beginning one week after the birth, the aim is to help the new mother to relieve the pain and inflammation in the vulva.
What it consists of: intracavitary drainage with the aim of reducing inflammation, pain and vulvar congestion.
Pelvic-floor exercises will be taught in order to speed up the muscle recovery process.
This is aimed at mothers after the “quarantine” period.
What it consists of: assessing the capacity of the abdomen and pelvic floor, to check for any conditions and to determine the most effective treatment in each case.
This is aimed at mothers with constant back pain, who have had a difficult birth, have experienced urine leakage before, during and after the birth, and constipation. Mothers who want to prevent future problems.
What it consists of: treatments to recover, improve and maintain pelvic-floor tone and functionality; treatments for proper healing and recovery of elasticity in the tissues damaged due to Caesarean, episiotomy and tearing; treatments for pelvic-floor prolapse and incontinence.
This is aimed at tired and worn-out mothers, with back, neck and leg pain caused by lack of rest, uncomfortable resting positions and breastfeeding.
What it consists of: manual techniques and relaxing therapeutic massages in the areas affected by pain.
For muscle and joint release, relaxation of the body, pain relief, rest and to help sleeping.
This is aimed at mothers with abdominal flaccidity caused by the stretching of the skin over the course of the gradual weight-gain.
What it consists of: draining fluid from the abdomen and legs, towards the lymph nodes, using the manual techniques of the Vodder Method, from Austria.
Aparatology with electrostimulation, diathermy, radiofrequency, with the aim of stimulating the formation of new collagen, allowing the tissue to gain firmness.
Hypopressive abdominal exercises and Kegel exercises, to strengthen the abdomen and pelvic floor; the aim is to help the pelvic organs return to their usual position (uterus, bladder, rectum) and realign the spine to prevent back pain.
This is aimed at mothers with water retention in the abdomen, swollen legs and hands, strains in the legs, cramps, fatigue, and feelings of heaviness in the feet, legs, arms and hands.
What it consists of: draining fluid from the feet, legs, arms and hands, towards the lymph nodes, using the manual techniques of the Vodder Method, from Austria.