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Mummy MOT In Leeds At The Good Health Centre
How it can help you
A Mummy MOT is a specialist postnatal examination for women following both vaginal and caesarean deliveries.
It will assess how your posture, pelvic floor muscles and stomach muscles are recovering after birth. A tailored care plan of treatment and exercises is then provided to help in your recovery and return to exercise safely.
Please note: A Mummy MOT is ideally conducted a minimum of 8 weeks following the delivery of the baby, provided there are no complications. However, it is generally advisable to wait until 12 weeks postnatal.
It is never too late for a Mummy MOT. It can still be taken years after childbirth, for those experiencing discomfort or seeking assessment prior to embarking on a new exercise regime.
Bookings can be made online, or by the reception team at the clinic.
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What To Expect
The Mummy MOT® includes an internal pelvic exam and you will be required to remove the bottom half of your clothing.
You will be asked to sign a consent form or give a verbal agreement before the exam takes place.
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