Forward leaning inversions
Childs pose – can use gym ball and also add rotation
Inner thigh stretch
*Although round ligament pain is a common and harmless pregnancy condition, abdominal pain can be a sign of a serious problem, such as preterm labour, severe preeclampsia, placental abruption, or a medical problem unrelated to pregnancy like appendicitis.
Typically round ligament pain gets better when your knees are bent toward your chest and worse with transitional movements. These other issues are not made better or worse with changes in position.
When/if one of your hip bones rocks back out of alignment and the opposite hip bone rocks forward, the sacrum, which connects those two hip bones can tilt back one way or the other. This pulls on the round ligaments of the uterus. Book in to see our chiropractors to assist with pain relief.