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What Everyone Needs to Know about Pregnancy

Written By: Angie Mohamed, PTA

Hip pain is a common ailment that many women feel during pregnancy. There are many different causes to hip pain and more so, treatments that our office can use to help address and relieve your symptoms, including chiropractic care, physical therapy and acupuncture.

During pregnancy, your body releases a hormone called relaxin that allows connective tissues, the tough bands of tissues that connect joints, to relax and soften. As a result of nature’s way of preparing you for labor and delivery, the joints and ligaments in your pelvis will loosen and quite possibly move unevenly. This ligament softening, along with changes in posture and a heavier uterus all may contribute to the pain you may feel in your hip and groin.

Increased pressure on the sciatic nerve is another possible cause of hip pain. These two nerves branch from either side of your low back down to your feet. When there is increased pressure on the nerves, you may feel pain, numbness and/or tingling in the buttocks, hips, or thighs.

Round ligament pain is another common issue that may contribute to hip pain during pregnancy. Sharp pains in the abdomen, hip and groin area are characteristic of round ligament pain.

With any of these conditions you may feel pain in the following areas:

  • in your lower back
  • in your symphysis pubis joint
  • in your sacroiliac joints
  • in your groin
  • at the front and the back of your thigh
  • at the back of your lower leg
  • around your hips
  • in your pelvic floor

How we can help you in our offices:

Our physical therapists can help address what condition you may be suffering from and help guide you with exercises that will help you strengthen your abdominal muscles and low back, teach you proper ways to transfer from different positions, posture and body mechanics training and soft tissue mobilizations. Along with our physical therapists, our chiropractors can help manipulate joints that may be stiff or not moving properly in your back, hip and pelvis. Lastly, our licensed acupuncturist can provide treatment to help alleviate pain and discomfort that is safe for pregnancy.

Parenthood is hard enough without being uncomfortable during your pregnancy. Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation is conveniently located in Shrewsbury and Wall Township, NJ and is proud to serve the wellness needs of women before, during and after pregnancy. If you are experiencing pain or discomfort fill out the form on this page or call us at 732-345-1377 – mention this blog to receive a FREE consultation ($245 value).

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