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Postnatal exercise Post-partum Back pain Exercise Postnatal Low back pain Cardiovascular Birth Lumbago Pilates Mother Pelvic pain Yoga Maternal Pelvis pain Core stability Mum Sacroiliac pain Core strengthening Mom Postnatal pain Walking Post-partum pain Running Pelvic girdle pain Jogging

@inproceedings{Bennett2014PostnatalEP,
  title={Postnatal exercise Post-partum Back pain Exercise Postnatal Low back pain Cardiovascular Birth Lumbago Pilates Mother Pelvic pain Yoga Maternal Pelvis pain Core stability Mum Sacroiliac pain Core strengthening Mom Postnatal pain Walking Post-partum pain Running Pelvic girdle pain Jogging},
  author={R. Bennett},
  year={2014}
}
  • R. Bennett
  • Published 2014
  • Postnatal low back pain (LBP) and pelvic pain can affect up to 82% of women at some point in the year after they have given birth. Sufferers often report pain of varying intensities, resulting in effects ranging from mild annoyance to severe disability. Neither LBP nor pelvic pain in the first year post-partum are clearly understood, but these problems are thought to be caused by a multitude of factors, including a previous history of LBP, back pain in pregnancy, hormonal changes, the postural… CONTINUE READING

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