Pregnacy & Obstetrics 

What is Obstetrics?

Obstetrics is a specialized field of women's medicine concerning prenatal care, childbirth, and post-partum care. The changes a woman's body undergoes during this time can cause discomfort.

What Kind Of Symptoms May I Feel?

How Can Inspirit Help Me?

Whether you're pregnant for the first time or expecting the latest addition to your family, this time in your life requires the best care for you and your developing baby. Unfortunately, most women are not aware that pregnancy is a natural wellness state. At Inspirit Therapy Associates, we can help the process go smoothly. We can help women who are unnecessarily experiencing discomfort during pregnancy.

When you're expecting, choose Inspirit Physical Therapy. You can rely on us for solutions regarding low back pain, headaches, sciatica (burning pain or numbness in the buttock, hip or leg), varicose veins, carpal tunnel syndrome and muscle cramps. You can also look to us for manual therapy, abdominal support, belly braces, compression stockings and orthotics for the feet. We provide exercise programs and a high level of patient education. Above all, you'll find that our physical therapists  have over 10 years of combined experience. We also have a clinical specialty in Women's Health with an emphasis on OB/GYN patients.

Remember, pregnancy is a natural wellness state. Take control of your health. Contact Inspirity Therapy Associates today.



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Green Bay, WI 54301

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