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    I saw an osteopath during my pregnancy.

    They are similar to chiros.

    He not only helped with my back pain but they also look at how your pelvis is moving with the pregnancy and work on keeping it moving freely to help when birthing bub.

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    Chiro helped with my back during pregnancy but also found yoga helped a lot. Chiro was needed to align my back/neck/pelvis but the muscles need to be loosened as well. I found Yoga helped with stretching and correcting posture and also some good positions for labour

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    I had two visits when I first got diagnosed with SPD> I found the first visit did the most, the second was okay. But I got more out of resting and physio than I did chiro


 

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