Postpartum Back Pain Relief: Stretches that WORK!

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Stretches to Relieve Postpartum Back Pain after Nursing

Postpartum Back Pain Relief

Postpartum back pain is a common concern for many new mothers, especially after nursing. It can result from various factors such as changes in posture during feeding, hormonal changes, and the physical stress of pregnancy and childbirth.

Are you a new mom struggling with postpartum back pain? Look no further! In this video, we'll show you some effective stretches that can help relieve your discomfort and get you back on your feet in no time.

From gentle twists to soothing stretches, we've got you covered. Say goodbye to back pain and hello to a stronger, more comfortable you!

Watch my video below now and start feeling better today.

Back pain and postpartum is common for new mamas. But if you include some simple adjustments and stretches then you can find relief.

In this blog post, I share stretches and exercises to help you relieve postpartum back pain.

Causes of Back Pain after Pregnancy

1. Carrying a baby around can trigger these discomforts.

2. To ensure back health you need to focus on thoracic spine mobility or upper back mobility. Being mobile will help to avoid building up tensions in your lower back and neck.

3. Did you know that a lack of mobility in the shoulders can trigger pain? It can also cause tension and discomfort in your neck and jaw. You may also experience headaches starting at the base of your head and migraines.

4. A dysfunctional shoulder mobility can also result in tendinitis around your shoulder joint.

5. Hip mobility is also very important. As you are well aware of; there is so much is happening around these joints during your entire pregnancy and birth. Back pain has a lot to do with tight hips and lack of mobility.

6. As new mamas, we tend to develop a lot of tension between the shoulder blades and in the neck when feeding baby. As a result, it can be the cause of postpartum back pain.

All you need is a chair. No equipment needed.

I know you're short on time, so this is only 4 minutes long.

My complete Core Rehab program (including a dedicated section for 0-6 weeks post-birth) has everything from stretches, nap meditations, exercises for back care, core strengthening exercises, pelvic floor recovery and more.