Physical therapy for pregnancy & postpartum care in Sparks, Nevada

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Meet with the best pregnancy & postpartum care physical therapists in Sparks, Nevada

Sparks, Nevada, Luna has physical therapists who specialize in treating pregnant women and new mothers. Our PTs will create personalized routines to help ease pain during pregnancy, birth, and postpartum recovery, getting you back on your feet and back to the activities — and people — you love.

Best of all, with Luna, patients can receive physical therapy in the most comfortable and convenient location of all — home. Luna’s physical therapists come to you — it’s PT delivered.

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What is pregnancy and postpartum care?

Pregnancy is often accompanied by pain and discomfort. An increase in hormones, a change in the body’s center of gravity, additional weight, and a decline in posture can all contribute to pelvic, hip, or back pain, as well as other musculoskeletal issues such as carpal tunnel, spinal problems, circulatory problems, or nerve compression syndromes.

In addition, it’s not uncommon for pregnant women to experience foot or ankle pain, abdominal pain, nausea, heartburn, or urinary problems. Similarly, after giving birth, new mothers may experience back pain, urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, and tears or scarring around the C-section or perineum. Fortunately, physical therapy can help to alleviate much of the pain and discomfort that goes along with pregnancy and giving birth.

Source: Therapeutic Associates

The symptoms of pregnancy and postpartum recovery

Back pain is far and away the most common symptom for which pregnant women and new mothers seek physical therapy. This symptom affects almost all women during and after pregnancy. However, it’s only one symptom of pregnancy that physical therapy can treat; PT can also help to correct posture, alleviate hip and pelvic pain, correct circulatory issues, and prevent scarring.

In addition, physical therapy can encourage a successful birthing process. Perineal massage, a common physical therapy technique for pregnant women, reduces tension around the birthing canal over time and can make the birth quicker and less painful.

The most common symptoms of pregnancy and postpartum recovery include:

  • Back pain
  • Hip pain
  • Pelvic pain
  • Circulatory issues

Source: Therapeutic Associates

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Physical therapy for pregnancy & postpartum care in Sparks, Nevada

Physical therapy for pregnancy and postpartum recovery usually takes a comprehensive approach, aiming to relieve and prevent pain over the full course of pregnancy. For this reason, PT for pregnancy will usually involve postural training, joint alignment, muscle strengthening exercises, and flexibility exercises.

Typically, a physical therapist will use a combination of techniques with pregnant women or new mothers, including deep tissue massage, muscle energy techniques, therapeutic exercise, biomechanics, and posture techniques.

Source: Beyond Basics Physical Therapy
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Frequently asked questions

Where are Luna therapists seeing patients?

Across the Sparks area, our therapists are at your service for in-home physical therapy sessions. We're committed to reaching you wherever you are, in any neighborhood we cover, to ensure that your PT experience is as convenient and accessible as possible.

Is physical therapy covered by insurance?

With Luna, you have access to a wide array of insurance plans, and we handle the benefits verification on your behalf. Your co-pay at Luna will always match the exact co-pay outlined in your insurance plan for a PT clinic visit. We welcome all major insurances and Medicare.

Is there a waiting list for new patients?

Not at all—we aim to ensure that patients can easily commence their physical therapy with us! New patients are always welcome, and for most, their first at-home physical therapy appointment can be scheduled within just 48 hours of signing up. Our therapists are available from 6:30 am to 8:30 pm, seven days a week, providing the flexibility you need. Check Availability.

Who are Luna’s physical therapists?

Therapists practicing with Luna are experienced—they’ve been treating patients for a minimum of 3 years, but often considerably more. Each therapist completes a thorough interview process and background check. And we only work with therapists who are committed to providing high-quality care to their patients.

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