Joie Confinement Center

Postnatal Care for Mom

Holistic Care & Support During Your Postpartum

Motherhood Care

Embrace a nurturing and rejuvenating postpartum journey at Joie Confinement Center. We offer a comprehensive range of confinement services designed to support your physical and emotional well-being during this special time.

Dedicated Nurses

Receive 24/7 support from our experienced nurses, ensuring your comfort and recovery

Medical & TCM Expertise

Our on-site doctor and licensed TCM physician provide personalised care for your physical and emotional needs

Postpartum Recovery Support

Receive personalized care for wound healing and breast engorgement, addressing common postpartum discomforts

Postpartum Wellness & Pampering

Traditional Malay Postpartum Massages

Experience gentle yet effective massages promoting relaxation and well-being

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Joie Postpartum TCM Pulse Diagnosis

TCM (Pulse Diagnosis)

Explore the benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine with personalised consultations

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Lymphatic Drainage

Reduce swelling and promote detoxification with targeted massages

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Postnatal Aesthetic & Relaxation Program

We partner with Bioscor, a distinguished aesthetic clinic, to bring you a curated selection of post-pregnancy beauty treatments. Indulge in facials, body treatments, and more to regain your pre-pregnancy radiance

Joie Confinement Mummies To Be
  • Stretch Mark Treatment to reduce the appearance of stretch marks with gentle, effective treatments
  • Breast Sagging Treatment to restore firmness and shape to your breasts with specialised techniques and targeted therapies
  • Hair Scalp Treatment to combat postpartum hair loss and promote healthy hair growth with nourishing treatments
  • Relaxing Facial & Skin Care to revitalise your skin, leaving you feeling refreshed and radiant
  • Slimming Treatment offering a targeted approach to help you achieve your desired body shape and reclaim your confidence
  • Muscle Ache Treatment to relieve postpartum aches and promote healing using INDIBA radiofrequency therapies
  • Vaginal Rejuvenation aiming to tighten vaginal tissues, improve lubrication, reduce laxity, and enhance sensation

Empowering New Moms

Joie Confinement Parenting Workshop

Parenting Workshops

Gain valuable knowledge and confidence with interactive workshops on breastfeeding, newborn care, and more
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Breastfeeding Support

Our team of medical professionals delivers tailored guidance and support to ensure successful breastfeeding

Joie's Difference

  • Holistic Approach: We combine modern medicine, TCM practices, and wellness therapies for a comprehensive approach to your care
  • Expert Care: Our dedicated team of nurses, doctors, and TCM practitioners ensures your well-being as our priority
  • Comfort & Security: Enjoy spacious private rooms, delicious meals, and 24/7 security for complete peace of mind
A maternity center that makes you not want to go home

Liweii Lim


Postnatal care, also known as confinement care, is more than just tradition. It’s a crucial period dedicated to a new mother’s physical and emotional recovery after childbirth. This specialized care includes rest, a nutritious diet, and targeted activities designed to promote healing, address common discomforts, and support overall well-being.
Common complications during the postnatal period, also known as the postpartum period, can include:
  • Postpartum Haemorrhage: Excessive bleeding after childbirth, which can occur due to issues such as uterine atony (failure of the uterus to contract), tears in the birth canal, or retained placental tissue.
  • Infections: Infections such as endometritis (inflammation of the lining of the uterus), urinary tract infections, or wound infections at the site of episiotomy or caesarean incision can occur during the postnatal period.
  • Perineal Pain and Tears: Tears or lacerations in the perineum (area between the vagina and anus) during childbirth can lead to discomfort and pain during the postnatal period.
  • Mastitis: Inflammation of the breast tissue, often accompanied by infection, which can cause breast pain, swelling, redness, and fever.
  • Postpartum Depression and Anxiety: Mood disorders such as postpartum depression or postpartum anxiety can occur, characterised by persistent feelings of sadness, anxiety, or irritability after childbirth.
  • Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT): Blood clots that form in the deep veins of the legs, which can cause pain, swelling, and potentially life-threatening complications if the clot travels to the lungs (pulmonary embolism).
  • Urinary Incontinence: Loss of bladder control, which can occur due to weakened pelvic floor muscles during childbirth.
  • Constipation: Difficulty passing stools, which can be a common issue during the postnatal period, particularly for women who have had episiotomies or caesarean sections.
  • Breastfeeding Issues: Difficulties with breastfeeding, such as latch problems, engorgement, or insufficient milk supply, can arise and may require support and intervention.
  • Postpartum Thyroiditis: Inflammation of the thyroid gland after childbirth, which can lead to symptoms such as fatigue, weight changes, and mood disturbances.
It’s important for women to receive proper postnatal care and to promptly report any concerning symptoms to their healthcare providers for appropriate evaluation and management.
  • The duration for staying in bed after giving birth varies depending on individual circumstances, including the type of delivery (vaginal birth or caesarean section) and any complications that may have arisen during childbirth. In general, healthcare providers typically recommend some period of rest and limited activity in the immediate postpartum period to allow the body to recover.
  • For women who have had a vaginal birth without complications, they may be encouraged to get out of bed and move around as soon as they feel comfortable, typically within a few hours to a day after giving birth. Gentle walking and light activities can help promote circulation, prevent blood clots, and aid in recovery.
  • For women who have had a caesarean section or experienced complications during childbirth, a longer period of bed rest may be recommended, typically around 24 to 48 hours or until they are able to move and perform activities without significant discomfort.
  • Ultimately, it’s essential for women to listen to their bodies and follow the guidance of their healthcare providers regarding when it is safe to get out of bed and resume regular activities after giving birth. It’s important to balance the need for rest and recovery with gradually increasing activity levels to promote healing and overall well-being.

Postnatal massage can be a valuable component of postpartum recovery, offering a range of benefits that support a woman’s physical and emotional well-being during this transformative period. By providing relief from muscle tension and promoting relaxation, postnatal massage helps women navigate the physical strains of childbirth and adjust to the demands of caring for a newborn.

Additionally, massage techniques aimed at improving circulation and supporting breastfeeding can enhance healing and alleviate discomfort, fostering a smoother transition into motherhood.

Beyond its physical benefits, postnatal massage offers a precious opportunity for women to prioritise self-care and emotional nurturing, facilitating a deeper connection with themselves and their newborns. Embracing postnatal massage as part of a holistic postpartum care regimen can empower women to embrace their journey into motherhood with greater ease and vitality.

Our team of nurses and medical professionals is highly qualified and experienced. Their professionalism and empathy ensure you receive the best possible support throughout your stay.

Our staffs can speak English, Chinese, and Bahasa Malaysia.
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