“a mother’s body goes through a great deal of stress, both physically and mentally, during childbirth,” says olivia cannon, do, vice president of the american college of osteopathic obstetricians and gynecologists. “this study shows that by combining osteopathic manipulation with other pain therapies, we can help new mothers get back on their feet quicker and improve their quality of life at home with a new infant.” osteopathy can help postpartum women relax contracted muscle tissue, reduce joint pain and alleviate ligamentous strain.
osteopathic techniques can help: 1. treat structural and tissue abnormalities. 2. relieve joint restriction and misalignment. 3. restore muscle and tissue balance. 4. promote the overall movement of blood flow throughout the body.
for the full article: www.sportsandspinalgroup.com.au on nov. 15, 2016
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