Pre and Postpartum Pelvic Girdle Pain

Pelvic belt pain affects many pregnant and postpartum women and affects their function and quality of life. This pain is also under-recognized and under-treated, and many women are told that back, pubic and/or hip pain is just a normal part of pregnancy that tends to improve after childbirth. In fact, in one study (Pierce 2012), 71% of pregnant women who reported low back and pelvic pain told their health care professionals about their pain, and only 25% received any treatment for their condition. The reality is that pelvic girdle pain can be significantly improved during pregnancy and postpartum, allowing pregnant women to function well and enjoy their pregnancy.

This online course is therefore very relevant for all therapists who may encounter pregnant and postpartum women in the course of their work. In this online course, you will learn how to assess and treat pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain (sacroiliac, lumbosacral and/or pubic pain or dysfunction).


  1. Know and understand the anatomy and biomechanics of the joints of the pelvis
  2. Know what the scientific literature tells us about PGP and its impact on pregnancy, labour and delivery, and the postpartum period.
  3. Understand and differentiate between the different clinical patterns of PGPs
  4. Assess PGPs and properly identify differential diagnoses
  5. Treating PGPs and knowing how to apply the Röst Therapy method well


Yes, it is possible to extend access to your courses through our Bia membership. This membership allows you, among other benefits, to enjoy extended access to the courses beyond the initial 6 months.

You can access the French subtitles for your course by clicking on “cc” in the video window at the bottom right. You can then select the language of your choice and leave them on or off. The course notes are also available in French by clicking on “ressources” when you’re on the main course page. You can also select the language of your choice at the top of the page (En/Fr).

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You will receive a notification email as soon as the pre-sale course is added to your account. This will mark the beginning of your 6-month access period.

If you don’t finish the course within 6 months, you have two options:

  1. Become a member of the Bia membership, which, among other benefits, will allow you to extend access to your courses.
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Access to each course is valid for 6 months from the moment the course is added to your account.

Courses are available within 24 business hours, except for pre-sale courses. For pre-sale courses, you will receive an email when they become available.

Course reference documents such as handout or optional articles are located in the “Resources” section, next to the image of your course. For mandatory documents, you’ll find them in the relevant lessons, in the “resources” section.

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