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Exercise Videos for Breastfeeding Moms

New moms commonly experience neck, upper back and shoulder pain and discomfort. Caring for your new born baby means that your body will perform new repetitive and prolonged movements like lifting your baby in & out of the bassinet, bending forward for diaper changes, and breastfeeding.

Prepare your body for breastfeeding and more physically demanding movements even before your baby is born.

5 Essential Postural Exercises

POSTUR & MID BACK EXERCISE VIDEOS

We have compiled a video library of short exercises to help you get started on stretches, strengthening and paying more attention to your posture. These are exercises that women find beneficial in alleviating their new mom pains. Remember that none of these exercises should cause further pain or  and aches. These exercises are only a fraction of a comprehensive post partum physiotherapy program and are meant as a reference for our clients’ home exercise program and to complement their in-clinic sessions.
Follow your therapist’s instruction and if you have questions, book a consultation with our pelvic health physiotherapist.

Enlarge each video to read instructions. If you experience unusual discomfort, stop the exercise and contact your therapis

Lifting with Baby

Stretching exercise after whiplash injury and for chronic pain

Shoulder Shrugs

Exercise to strengthen neck and upper back muscles

Upper/Mid Back Strengthening

Mobility exercise for thoracic spine to reduce mid back muscle tension

Breastfeeding Posture

Stretching for upper and middle back muscle tension

Shoulder Backward Circles

Exercise to mobilize shoulder blades and neck & back muscles

Upper/Mid Back Strengthening

Exercise to stabilize scapular and spinal muscles

Thoracic Rotation

Mobility exercise for thoracic spine to reduce mid back muscle tension

Shoulder Forward Circles

Exercise for middle and upper back musles

Upper/Mid Back Stretching

Exercise for middle and upper back musles

DISCLAIMER

All exercise videos shared on our website are intended as a reference for our patients. Please follow the instructions given by your therapist/practitioner. As with all exercise programs, when using these videos, use common sense.

By performing the exercises featured in these videos without consulting our clinical team, you are performing them at your own risk. 

 PHYSIOMOBILITY HEALTH GROUP WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY INJURY, AGGRAVATION OF YOUR SYMPTOMS OR HARM YOU MAY SUSTAIN AS A RESULT OF PERFORMING THESE EXERCISES WITHOUT PROPER ASSESSMENT AND INSTRUCTIONS. CONSULT YOUR TRUSTED HEALTH PRACTITIONER PRIOR TO STARTING ANY EXERCISE PROGRAM IF YOU HAVE ANY HEALTH CONDITION. 

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