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The Mummy MOT is a specialist postnatal assessment for women following vaginal and C-section deliveries.  For mums of 6 weeks to 10 years and beyond.  It is never too late to achieve your postnatal goals.

Our certified Mummy MOT practitioner is Kate. 

 

If you have any questions about The Mummy MOT please don't hesitate to contact us.

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Postnatal

Initial assessment

60-90 min assessment

  • Full movement and postural screen

  • Abdominal muscle separation check

  • Pelvic floor muscle assessment

  • Detailed screening for bladder, bowel or sexual dysfunction.

Following your assessment you will receive:

  • Full written report of your assessment

  • Comprehensive rehab plan

  • Future treatment plan to help you achieve your goals

Price

Initial assessment - £90

Follow-up appointment - £70

Home visits

Currently, we are offering The Mummy MOT as a home visit at no extra cost, to make things as easy as possible for you and your baby.

Vaginal Examinations

Please be advised that the gold standard for pelvic floor assessment is a gloved one finger vaginal examination.  However, this is not essential if you are not comfortable with kind of assessment. Please be advised we are unable to provide a formal chaperone but you are welcome to bring someone along  as an informal chaperone, for support if you wish. Please see link below for more details.

The Mummy MOT certified practitioner

FAQs

 

How long after birth can I have a Mummy MOT?

 

Our postnatal checks can be completed any time from 6 weeks postpartum. Even mums who had a baby many years ago can benefit from a Mummy MOT, with or without symptoms, to help to treat any problems but also keep you injury free.

 

Do I have to have any symptoms to have a Mummy MOT?

 

No! If you are lucky enough to be feeling like you don’t have any issues postnatally, you can still benefit from a Mummy MOT screen. This can help to prevent problems occurring later on and help you to safely return to exercise and sport.

 

What does a pelvic floor assessment involve?

 

As well as looking externally at your posture, breathing, tummy muscles and pelvic floor movement, the best way to assess your pelvic floor is internally. Your pelvic floor can be easily accessed via a gloved, one finger, vaginal examination where we can fully assess how well the muscle is working.

 

Where do you do the Mummy MOT?

 

Currently, we are offering home visits for our mums and also hope to be able to offer this service at a clinic in the near future. We also have video consultation options.

Contact Us

Total Fitness, 1 Ermington Terrace, Mutley, Plymouth PL4 6LB, UK

07584 350974

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