For women with PGP and healthcare professionals

What is PGP?

· PGP is caused by a pelvic joint problem
It's common and affects 1 in 5 pregnant women*
PGP symptoms can occur at any stage during or     following pregnancy

> What is PGP?


Symptoms of PGP

·  Pain and stiffness in the pelvic joints
· Difficulty walking, climbing stairs and turning in bed
·  Pain and dysfunction can persist for months or           years without treatment

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Can PGP be treated?

·  YES!
· Manual therapy treatment of the pelvic joints and   soft tissues is safe and effective during and after     pregnancy
·  Early diagnosis and treatment can resolve             symptoms during pregnancy

> Treatment

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