Pregnancy brings with it an array of aches and pains, as well as extra strain on the muscles and joints of moms-to-be. Pregnancy (Prenatal) massage can help alleviate pregnancy back pain, increase blood circulation and address other conditions such as pregnancy induced carpel tunnel.
What is the difference between a regular massage and a prenatal massage?
In order to make a massage safer and more comfortable for Mom, certain modifications will be made during a prenatal massage. The use of a pregnancy table or bolsters can be used as well as other massage techniques that can be applied to Mom's abdomen.
At what stage can I receive a massage during my pregnancy?
You can receive a massage at any stage during your pregnancy. Massage can help address different symptoms associated with different stages of pregnancy. Be sure to inform your RMT of a pregnancy, even if early on. This will ensure you receive the safest treatment possible.
Why Registered for prenatal massage?
Registered Massage Therapist are a part of your health care team. They can help track and asses progress during your pregnancy. RMT's are trained to monitor blood pressure and pulse. They can recommend safe alternative remedies to maintain a healthy pregnancy.
POST- natal massage:
Simply put, a postnatal massage is a massage after pregnancy. This massage is meant to give both mental and physical relief to mothers who have just given birth as well as address any concerns due to delivery. Postnatal massage can be received at any point after delivery. As most RMT's work in an office it is usually best to wait until you are comfortable going into their office.
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