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Sakra Department of OBG Rehabilitation

Sakra OBG Rehabilitation

OBG Rehabilitation Hospital in Bangalore

OBG Rehabilitation helps and treats all disorders affecting the pelvis and pelvic floor. There is evidence that proves that OBG rehabilitation can alleviate, and in many cases cure conditions like pelvic pain, constipation, prolapse, etc.
Sakra is one of the best OBG rehabilitation hospitals in Bangalore. It offers the best comprehensive rehabilitation services, all under one roof.
How can OBG rehabilitation help with the pelvic floor?

The pelvic floor is a complex structure that supports the pelvic organs and forms the birth canal and passages for urine and stool. Pelvic floor muscles need to be able to contract and relax to allow for urination, bowel movements, childbirth, and sexual intercourse.

Problems with pelvic floor muscles occur when they become too weak or too tight. But there are exercises that strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and reverse the symptoms in 80% of women.
How can OBG rehabilitation help during pregnancy?

Pelvic girdle pain and stress urinary incontinence are common among pregnant women. These symptoms usually occur due to hormonal changes and the increasing weight of the baby and uterus.
Antenatal Care

During antenatal care, the health professional does the screening of the pregnant woman for early identification of any condition and treatment, enhances relaxation, prepares for the natal and postnatal program, and provides education on personal hygiene and the birthing process.
Antenatal classes are conducted to prepare you for birth and give you confidence and information about childbirth. The key points included in the class are:

  • Backcare during pregnancy
  • Breathing exercises
  • Discussion on stages of labor, signs of labor, types of deliveries, pain coping strategies during labor, postnatal bag, breastfeeding techniques, positions, breast care, and hygiene
  • Core stabilization exercises
  • Squat
  • Pelvic tilts
  • Stretching exercises
  • Relaxation techniques during pregnancy
  • Antenatal massage
  • Exercises based on discomforts faced at a particular time
Benefits of Physiotherapy in Antenatal Care
  • Promoting optimal fitness through exercises
  • Preparing for the labor
  • Cope up with pain during pregnancy, delivery, and post-pregnancy
  • Ergonomic education in lying, rolling, sitting, standing, and walking postures, seat belt application techniques
  • Promoting a healthy lifestyle and teaching relaxation techniques
  • To gain confidence in their bodies, to trust their natural abilities to give birth
Postnatal Care
The immediate weeks after the birth of the baby is an important time for the body of the mother. The body undergoes many changes during pregnancy and continues to change postnatally. 
Childbirth can result in pelvic floor trauma, perineal tears, and pudendal nerve injury (the nerve which supplies the bladder and pelvic floor).

Postnatal care is given to the mother and to the newborn immediately after birth and for the first six weeks after pregnancy.
The physiotherapist will help you with:
  • Exercises and relaxation program
  • Restoration of muscle strength and tone
  • Treatment of musculoskeletal problems
  • Advice on toileting and positional modifications
  • Treatment of low back, hip, or pelvic pain
  • Breast care for breast engorgement, mastitis, cracked nipples, and tenderness
Physiotherapists also help with advice on return to exercise and healing of separated abdominal muscles (Diastasis Recti).
What can I expect at my first OBG Rehabilitation appointment?

The assessment and treatment depend upon the present condition of the woman. The physiotherapist will take a confidential and detailed history. Though it is difficult to discuss sensitive issues, understanding the onset of the symptoms and how your daily life is affected is important in directing the treatment.

The obstetrics physiotherapist will examine your abdominal muscles, pelvis, and lumbar spine and then you may be offered an internal examination to identify the tone, strength, and control of your pelvic floor muscles.
Sakra is one of the best pregnancy rehabilitation centre in Bangalore to cater to the unique healthcare needs of children and women of all ages.


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Frequently Asked Questions

OBG (Obstetrics and Gynecology) Rehabilitation focuses on the physical health and well-being of women during pregnancy, postpartum, and beyond. It involves specialized care to address issues related to pelvic floor dysfunction, postpartum recovery, and other gynecological concerns.


Women experiencing pregnancy-related discomfort, postpartum recovery issues, pelvic pain, urinary incontinence, prolapse, or other gynecological problems can benefit from OBG Rehabilitation. The OBG Rehabilitation Hospital in Bangalore also offers beneficial services for women preparing for childbirth or recovering from gynecological surgeries.


Conditions treated include:

  • Pelvic floor dysfunction
  • Urinary and fecal incontinence
  • Pelvic pain
  • Diastasis recti (abdominal separation)
  • Postpartum recovery
  • Pregnancy-related back and pelvic pain
  • Prolapse of pelvic organs

Treatments may include:

  • Pelvic floor exercises
  • Manual therapy
  • Therapeutic exercises
  • Biofeedback
  • Electrical stimulation
  • Education on posture and body mechanics
  • Pain management techniques

Yes, OBG Rehabilitation can help manage and reduce pain during pregnancy through tailored exercises, manual therapy, and advice on posture and body mechanics. These interventions aim to improve comfort and function during pregnancy.

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