Exercises for Women with Persistent Pelvic and Low Back Pain after Pregnancy

  title={Exercises for Women with Persistent Pelvic and Low Back Pain after Pregnancy},
  author={Monica Unsgaard-T\ondel and Ottar Vasseljen and A. S. P. Woodhouse and Siv M\orkved},
  booktitle={Global journal of health science},
BACKGROUND Specific stabilizing exercises activating deep local muscles in coordination with global muscles are recommended in the treatment of pregnancy-related lumbopelvic pain. Some studies have suggested that recruitment of the deepest abdominal muscle, transversus abdominis, is crucial in the development and improvement of lumbopelvic pain. OBJECTIVE This exploratory study aimed to describe the development of pain, disability and transversus abdominis recruitment before, during and after… CONTINUE READING
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