During labour complications may occur that lead to the experience of trauma for both the mother and baby. The consequence of this is that babies and mothers need subsequent care to address the traumas and return them to a healthy state.  Traumas that can occur include intervention during delivery, baby running out of room in the final stages of labour, prolonged labour, fast delivery and others. Even without any complications, the birthing process creates a lot of stresses and strains on mother and baby who can both benefit with some rebalancing after birth.

After birth of your baby, osteopathic treatment can attend to back and neck pain from breastfeeding, restore balance in the pelvic region and advise on strengthening exercises for the abdomlnal muscles and pelvic floor.