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  • ISBN 0897934806
  • ISBN13 978-0897934800
  • Language English
  • Author Cecile Röst
  • Publisher Hunter House; 1 edition (June 28, 2006)
  • Pages 160
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  • Category Nutrition and Health
  • Subcategory Alternative Medicine
  • Size ePub 1423 kb
  • Size Fb2 1377 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 826

Pregnancy weakens the ligaments that keep the pelvic bones together. If those weakened ligaments become overloaded or injured, it results in pelvic instability — pain around the joints that can be brief or last for years after the birth. In 1996, Cecile Röst, who suffered from this condition herself, devised a treatment program that is simple, home based, and proven to work. Her book, with over 100 illustrations and detailed testimonials, is divided into two parts. The first part shows simple exercises for symmetry and stabilization, and the proper way to lie, sit, and get out of a car in order to prevent pelvic instability during pregnancy. Patients can practice these exercises and positions with or without a care provider’s help. Part two, aimed at care providers, shows the results of a survey carried out among 200 women suffering from pelvic complaints. Here the author also presents a theoretical treatise of pelvic pain, the protocol of the first consult, and the contents of the therapy, including a sports program.

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Nilabor
I stumbled upon this book and after trying an exercise program for core and pelvis, seeing a chiropractor with no relief and being on a 2 month waiting list for a women's health physical therapist, I decided to give it a shot.

I'm in my third trimester and since early in the second trimester I have had a pain/stiffness in the back of my pelvis, making it very, very painful to lie on my back and also making me feel achy and sore after sitting or lying down. I've only tried the stabilizing exercise, but I'm 80% better after only 3 days. The first day I actually felt worse, but kept with it since the book mentions that. I'm sure glad I did!

Doing the stabilizing exercise, I could tell immediately my right hip was out of whack and this is fixing it. There are other great tips and exercises in the book. I agree with other reviews: lying on your back is a terrible position to labor give birth in.
Umi
I am so disappointed by this book. I'm in my last trimester and have had terrible pelvic pain since 18 weeks. PT has been helpful, and I had hoped that this would be a great additional resource. It was recommended by an acquaintance. The first few chapters were interesting, but as soon as I got to the first excerise, I was completely frustrated. It requires you to lay in your back for as long as 10-20 minutes in order to complete the exercise. I can't lay on my back for even a few seconds without struggling to breathe! This is a common problem in pregnancy, and yet the author does not give an alternative position for pregnant women struggling with this. She also advises women to written through the exercises in the order that they are presented and stresses that this first exercise is the "basis for all of the exercises that follow" and only after mastering this first exercise"does it make sense to proceed with the later exercises." I feel like I've completely wasted my money! Hopefully, it will at least be a resource after my pregnancy.
BlackHaze
I have never before written an Amazon review but this book warrants a review. I am currently 28 weeks pregnant with my second child. At around 20 weeks I started to experience intense hip/pelvis pain that limited my ability to walk, take care of my 1 year old and forget about working out.
I received this book on a Friday and am posting this review on Monday morning. By just adding the Symmetry and Stability moves into my daily routine I have drastically reduced the amount of pain I am in. I honestly was very frustrated and down and now feel hopeful for the remaining weeks in my pregnancy.
Please buy this book :)
Felolune
I started dealing with Pelvic Girdle Pain in my second pregnancy at the end. The next three pregnancies found me in excruciating pain. I had to stop exercising (walking), and I ended up staying in bed an awful lot. I read everything I could find about this, and utilized the information I gathered to deal with and minimize the pain (keep your knees together, walk sideways, etc.). I tried chiropractic and massage (massage seemed to help me the most). At the end of my last pregnancy, my pubic "bone" started popping along with a lot of pain. When I found out I was expecting again, I really dreaded dealing with this again. Early on the popping started (without pain at first), and then pain came when I tried my usual walking for exercise. Doing the exercises in this book have stopped the popping AND the pain. I can now walk my daily 3 miles, move normally, and only occasionally come back to the main exercise on an as needed basis. I was afraid to try it at first, because it seemed to go against all the other advice I had been given during previous pregnancies, but I am SO glad I discovered this, and tried it out. I feel so hopeful for the rest of my pregnancy. I also recommend Katy Bowman's video "Down There" for some other stretches that will help keep your pelvis aligned (minus the knee press), but the main stretch in this book is THE KEY to fixing this issue.
Buriwield
I really love the book. It is easy to understand and answered my questions as PGP/SPD sufferer. The exercises mentioned in the book helped me. Hopefully I recover completely from this condition.
Drelalak
Wish I had found this before spending lots of time and money on PT (not that the PT was bad). This is a very useful book.
Vit
During my first pregnancy I had a lot of SI pain (in the back, either side of your tailbone), which lasted for almost a year after my son was born. During my second pregnancy, I developed worsening SI pain, excruciating pubic symphysis pain (in front), and sciatica. It was hard to get in and out of bed, in and out of chairs, in and out of the car, or care for my son because of the pain. This book was great because it gave me hope that I could get better, provided very specific exercises to do, helped me realized what I was doing to make the pain worse (mostly by standing and sitting asymmetrically), and gave very specific instructions on how to do all those activities I was struggling with. My pain improved during pregnancy and was gone within a week of giving birth...amazing!

After my experience, I've not only recommended this book to pregnant women, I've also started watching for women with this problem who may have been misdiagnosed and found that it is common. What I see a lot is a woman who has had SI pain since pregnancy and her youngest is now 2 or 3 years old and she flairs it doing some activity. The physician will treat her as a typical low back pain when in fact, it is SI and pelvic. Many of my patients who have bought this book have found that it helps their pain, even if it is a couple years later.
I am a woman in my 50's so the pregnancy discussion doesn't apply to me. But, with that said, it is a book I wish I had when I was pregnant 29 years ago. If I had, I may have been able to prevent some of the issues I have now as an older woman. I am passing it along to my daughter for her to read.