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physical therapy
Anyone go through physical therapy to help with joint pains and to help your body adjust to your uterus expanding?  Just kinda curious of what to expect. I go in for my first appt on tuesday.
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4309243 tn?1353923391
Same here. Going for the first time next week. But it said on the lettrr it is a group session....hmm not sure about that...
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4268628 tn?1375044776
Whoa...really? I wasn't told anything about a group.
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Hello ladies! I highly suggest physical therapy for joint pain! I'm don't agree with the group sessions tho! You can always try and if ita not for you then seek another therapist and/or clinic. You need 1 on 1 with a therapist that is skilled in manual therapy, muscle energy, and strain counterstrain! I am a physical therapist and treat many pregnant women with much success! Now with that said some pains will not be fully releived until baby is delivered! Hope this helps and if you have questions please let me know!
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4268628 tn?1375044776
My question is should I expect massage or stretches or ice and heat? Or a combo if all the above? My doc says my body is not allowing my uterus to expand which is causing pain. Plus a fibroid to boot. Stable but still painful which adds to it.
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