A pre-natal session typically includes assessing the problems you might report and also preparing you for the “big” day. Depending on the status of your pelvic floor muscles and your ability to “connect” on the whole, customized exercises/techniques will be prescribed. Pre-natal physiotherapy includes exercises/strategies to help care for the perineum, prepare for the birth and prevent any pain and dysfunction during pregnancy.
Post-natal physiotherapy is physiotherapy after the delivery. Be it a vaginal delivery or C-section, the body undergoes a plethora of changes; most moms report low back pain, incontinence, pelvic pain, abdominal separation (Diastasis recti). Post-natal physiotherapy aims at providing rehabilitation to address the issues most moms face after pregnancy, including caring for C-section scar and pelvic floor muscles after natural tearing or episiotomy.
Published by Emirates
According to a report by the Abu Dhabi Statistics Centre, Abu Dhabi registered 39,392 births in 2017, an increase of 46 percent over the past decade.The 2017 birth rate figure for UAE nationals, non-nationals and the emirate’s total population are 29.6, 9.4 and 13.6 births per 1,000 people.
Reported by Gulf News
The numbers showed that around 81 babies were born daily in Dubai in 2014, with three to four newborns reported per hour, said Arif Obaid Al Muhairi, CEO of DSC. The total number of newborns, both Emirati and non-Emirati, in 2014 was 29,282, at a monthly rate of 2,440 babies.
The biostatistics report showed the annual average of Emirati newborns was 8,650, against 18,464 for non-Emiratis, bringing it to 27,114 newborns in Dubai annually from 2009 to 2014.
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