Survey to assess the level of care provided for women with Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP) across the UK
PLEASE ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS RELATING TO YOUR MOST RECENT PREGNANCY
Please tick to confirm your consent for your anonymised data to be shared nationally and globally as part of our study:
How did you hear about the Pelvic Partnership?
What age are you?
Your answer
What country are you in?
Your answer
Are you currently pregnant?
How long ago did you have your baby?
Your answer
Which of the following statements best apply to you?
Which of the following statements best apply to you?
Which healthcare practitioner did you tell about your symptoms first?
In what year did you first seek treatment? (for PGP symptoms in your most recent pregnancy):
Your answer
When I told my NHS GP/Midwife about my PGP symptoms they (choose the statement that best applies to you):
Do you feel you were taken seriously?
When did your symptoms come on?
At what week during pregnancy/postnatal period did your symptoms appear? (example answer - 12 weeks pregnant or 4 weeks postnatal):
Your answer
How long did it take to receive an NHS physiotherapist appointment?
Your answer
A visit to a physiotherapist should start with an assessment of how the joints are moving. Following this you may have received treatment in the form of manual therapy. Manual therapy is the gentle manipulation of joints and muscles by a practitioner using their hands. Did you receive manual therapy at your first NHS physiotherapist appointment?
If you did not receive manual therapy at the initial appointment, how long did it take to receive an NHS physiotherapist appointment at which you received manual therapy? (Please state the amount of time from referral for a second opinion):
Your answer
At which NHS hospital/trust did you receive treatment?
Your answer
Which of the following statements best describes the initial treatment you received from the NHS?
What subsequent treatment did you receive on the NHS? (Choose the statement that best applies to you):
Which of the following statements best applies to you?
How useful did you find hydrotherapy on a scale of 1 to 10?
Not useful at all
Very useful
Did the treatment you received vary from the pregnancy to the postnatal period?
If Yes, how did it vary?
Your answer
If you were given exercises, did you find them painful?
Did you seek treatment from a private manual therapist (physiotherapist/osteopath/chiropractor)?
If you did not use a private manual therapist, what was the reason?
Did you experience mental health problems during the pregnancy or postnatal period (including feeling low)?
If yes, did you receive treatment/support for these symptoms?
Did your PGP symptoms go away straight after birth?
If your symptoms did not resolve after birth, how long did they go on for?
Your answer
Did you use acupuncture to treat your PGP symptoms?
If yes, on a scale of 1-10 how helpful did you find it?
Not helpful at all
Very helpful
Did you use any other alternative therapies that you would recommend to other women with PGP?
Your answer
Some women experience Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (PFD) symptoms alongside their PGP symptoms, do/did you experience one or more of the following symptoms?
If you experienced Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (PFD), please choose from one of the following statements:
If you experienced Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (PFD), what treatment did you receive for your symptoms? (choose from one or more of the following statements):
Did your Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (PFD) symptoms improve following treatment?
The Pelvic Partnership is reviewing how we provide information on PGP. How would you prefer to access the information we provide? (Please tick all that apply):
If you prefer to receive information from the Pelvic Partnership in booklet/leaflet form, please tell us why (choose the statement that best applies to you):
How useful did you find our website?
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Very helpful
Do you have any further comments?
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