Breech babies, pregnancy, delivery

Breech position means that your baby is in a bottom-down position. You might feel some discomfort when you breathe as the baby’s head is compressing your diaphragm and your ribs. You may feel some kicks to your bladder as well.

There are alternatives methods to turn the baby head down. This manual procedure is called external cephalic version (ECV).

However, most breech babies in the UK are born by caesarean as many experts consider this to be the safest way for the babies to be born.




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Dry Needling and it’s effect on pain

We’ve started using dry needling at the Lucerne Clinic over the last few weeks. After only a few sessions we have already had some great results with patients presenting with many different problems, aches and pains.

Some of the best results have been with chronic, long term sufferers of pain. Dry needling can help kick start the local tissue repair process, by creating a local reaction, which re ignites the body’s self healing mechanism. Additionally the act of dry needling has an effect on the central nervous system and the areas where pain is processed in the brain.

Make an appointment at Lucerne Clinic Notting hill gate to have your pain pathways re booted!


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