A Physiotherapist with extra training in all things about the pelvis. Helping the pelvic floor function and pelvic health for children, women and men across the lifespan.

When should I see a pelvic health physiotherapist?

  • Kids experiencing, giggle incontinence, constipation, soiling or bed wetting
  • Childbearing years for pregnancy and postnatal checks or concerns
  • Returning or starting a suitable exercise program
  • Breastfeeding difficulties; mastitis or damaged nipples
  • Post-menopausal years, having or had gynaecological surgery
  • Conservative prolapse management
  • Pre or post prostate surgery
  • Pelvic pain
  • Sexual health or painful intercourse concerns
  • Difficulty emptying your bladder
  • Difficulty emptying your bowel
  • Cheeky overactive bladder, visiting the toilet frequently, feeling urgent or busting
  • Difficulty controlling wee
  • Difficulty controlling wind or stools

What to expect when you see a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist?

  • Listen to your concerns
  • Discuss your bladder and bowel habits
  • Assess you with options such as ultrasound or internal examinations
  • We might request that you complete a bladder/bowel diary

Management and treatment may include:

  • Education on healthy bowel and bladder habits
  • Pelvic floor exercises – strengthening OR down training
  • Implementing good toileting habits
  • Advice on techniques and aids to minimise incontinent episodes
  • Exercise advice and functional training
  • Bladder training/calming for overactive bladders
  • Prolapse management, pessary or further medical recommendations
  • Holistic management tools to help manage pelvic pain
  • Therapeutic ultrasound or laser treatment for mastitis/nipple damage

For more information or to book a pelvic health Physiotherapy appointment please contact us on 94486588

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