How to look after your pelvis during pregnancy & what you need to know about breastfeeding before your baby arrives

Lindsey Graham is a Chartered Physiotherapist with a special interest in Women’s Health. She has been qualified for 16 years and is the Director of Sunderland Physiotherapy Clinic. Lindsey looks after a huge number of women during pregnancy, offering assessments and treatment for the relief of pelvic girdle pain (previously called SPD), sciatica and lower back pain as well as problems such as indigestion, heartburn and constipation.

 

She also offers a unique post natal service called The Mummy MOT, helping women to restore their bodies, mentally and physically, including problems such as incontinence/ pelvic floor dysfunction, tummy gap/ diastatis and so much more. Lindsey will be sharing with you how to look after yourself during your pregnancy and post-natally, including hints, tips and what to do if you need more help.

 

Emma Hetherington is a Breastfeeding Peer Supporter and is currently pregnant with her second child whilst feeding her eldest… 28 months on. She will be answering any questions you might have and providing information on breastfeeding basics. This will include ways to help establish a positive breastfeeding relationship, the normal course of breastfeeding and where to go for support. Emma will also talk about how you can ensure you feel supported by your nearest and dearest in this special time.

Where, when & how much?

  • Sunday 1st July, 2-5pm
  • Blooming Bamboo, Seaham
  • £15
  • Tea, coffee, biscuits will be provided during the break.

This is aimed at pregnant women (of any gestation) but those with newborns and babes in arms are also welcome.

Booking is absolutely essential.