Perinatal osteopathy, a specialized approach devoted to the health of both mothers and infants, focuses on enhancing the well-being of pregnant women and their soon-to-arrive newborns. By addressing issues of bodily balance and mobility, this discipline seeks to alleviate common discomforts associated with pregnancy, such as back pain and fatigue. It also strives to fortify posture and prepare the mother's body for an optimal childbirth experience.
By cultivating a more balanced uterine environment, this practice can positively influence the position of the fetus, thereby reducing potential risks. Additionally, by enhancing the mother's pelvic mobility, the birthing process can be facilitated, offering the baby a more with a more harmonious start to life. Beyond its prenatal applications, perinatal osteopathy extends its support to women post-childbirth, aiding in the restoration of body balance and alleviating tensions stemming from pregnancy and childbirth. This comprehensive approach contributes to both postnatal recovery and the overall well-being of both mother and infant.