There are a number of causes of such pain (endometriosis, uterine motility, surgery and sometimes even, sudden movement) that osteopathy may be able to help with. Osteopaths may be able to help if your pelvic pain is caused by hyper or hypomobile sacroiliac or public symphysis joints. These joints also have complex support mechanics provided by the local ligaments which may become compromised during pregnancy, with overuse, or through sporting injuries. Osteopaths will assess the local structures and determine the best cause of treatment and rehabilitation exercises for your individual needs. The pelvis is also highly influenced by surrounding structures such the mechanics of the lower limb and lumbar spine so your osteopath will ensure these areas are functioning well to prevent reoccurrences of pelvic dysfunction.