Pelvic floor Physiotherapy
Pelvic floor physiotherapy is a unique type of physiotherapy that focuses on the muscles, connective tissues, and structures that make up or affect the pelvis.
An assessment involves a thorough history taken through a questionnaire and a interview with your therapist followed by an examination of muscles and connective tissues. An internal evaluation may be warranted to help accurately assess the tissues that make up the pelvic floor.
When treated appropriately, pelvic floor physiotherapy may aid with the following symptoms:
Urinary incontinence with sneezing, coughing, laughing, or exercise
Bladder urgency with or without leakage
Vaginal or vulvar pain
Feeling of fullness or heaviness in the vagina or a diagnosis of pelvic organ prolapse
Pregnancy or Postpartum
Have rectus diastases or separation of abdominals
Tailbone or low-back pain
Painful periods or have been diagnosed with endometriosis
Frequent urination/overactive bladder
Have interstitial cystitis
Chronic constipation or irritable bowel syndrome
Have more questions? Feel free to give us a call to speak to a professional before booking your first appointment.