What are the Symptoms?
 
- Pain in one or more of the joints of the pelvis
- Difficulty walking
- Difficulty raising legs or climbing stairs
- Pain when turning in bed
- Discomfort or pain in the lower abdomen, hips or groin
 
Is PGP Treatable?
 
Yes, as PGP is caused by a problem with the mechanics of the pelvis, it is regularly treated by osteopaths. Improvement is often noticed straight after the first session. Treatment is particularly effective if the issue is addressed as soon as the symptoms start.
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Cambridge Address
 
The Therapy Room
25 Oxford Road
Cambridge
CB4 3PH
 
Tel: 01223 315 400
 
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London Address
 
Vibrant Health
1 Lower Grosvenor Place
London
SW1W 0EJ
 
Tel: 07742 850418
 
What is Pelvic Girdle Pain?
 
Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP) affects the joints associated with the pelvis whereby one or more of these joints can become stuck and stop working normally. This causes pressure and pain in these pelvic joints. PGP affects up to one in five pregnant women and is safe to treat during pregnancy (ref: The Pelvic Partnership).
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