Of the customers that can come into Barber DME store in Chantilly, it’s always so exciting to help an expectant mother.
Of course, after she answers all of my questions -- When is the baby due? -- the conversation invariably turns to how the mother is feeling, and if there is anything in our store that could help make her more comfortable.
The most common complaint we hear from pregnant moms is about lower back pain.
As your stomach continues to grow, the additional pressure is felt in your lower back.
You might have tried exercises to keep your back and pelvic muscles strong, but let’s face it, that head pressed against your spinal column has proven to be no match for a well-timed plank.
And while you would love to take medication for the pain, you do not want the narcotics to be absorbed into your bloodstream and passed on to your baby. [url=https://18ps.ru/info/biznes-plan/planplitka/]??????
If you’re reading this, you’re probably desperate for some type of solution -- anything that will allow you to sit in your office chair for longer than 10 minutes at a time or get a decent night’s sleep.
That is why we love that we can offer alternatives to relieve your lower back pain.
One of them is the use of a Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) machine.
TENS is a non-invasive, non-analgesic treatment for persistent lower back pain using electrical stimulation at the site of the pain.
Naturally, the next question out of our customers’ mouths is: Is it safe to use during pregnancy? Given that TENS delivers electrical impulses in the presence of a growing baby, some practitioners have cautioned against the use of the device during pregnancy.
This blanket exclusion, however, has not been supported by medical studies.