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Pre & Post Natal

Women’s health physiotherapy is non-surgical treatment for a variety of women’s health problems related to obstetrics and gynaecology, particularly focusing on the pelvis and pelvic floor area . It covers a number of conditions including incontinence, prolapse and pelvic pain. Physiotherapy has been shown to alleviate and often cure these symptoms.

What is Pelvic Floor

your pelvic floor is a group of muscles at the bottom of your pelvis

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If you’re suffering from any of these conditions or symptoms, pelvic floor treatment can help you:

  • Urine leakage when you exercise, laugh, cough, sneeze, lift or get out of a chair or bed

  • Frequent need to go to the toilet

  • Trouble reaching the toilet in time

  • Difficulty emptying your bladder or bowel

  • Sensation of heaviness, bulging or discomfort in the pelvic area

  • Difficulty controlling wind

  • Difficulty controlling your bowel

  • Pain in the pelvic area

  • Pain during sex

Pelvic floor weakness and dysfunction is common amongst women, yet embarrassment often prevents women from seeking help. Pregnancy and childbirth are among the leading causes of pelvic floor weakness and dysfunction in women, and can lead to bladder and bowel symptoms, prolapse, decreased sensation during intercourse and pelvic pain which is why it’s so important to address this issue as soon as you notice symptoms.

At Advanced Physiotherapy Clinic, we take a personalized approach to pelvic floor treatment, with specially trained and qualified physiotherapists here to listen, and support your recovery.

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Treatment and Rehabilitation for Women’s Health

All of these aforementioned problems can be treated by the experienced physiotherapists at Active Physiotherapy including:

  • Strengthening and tightening your pelvic floor muscles through exercises devised by your physiotherapist.

  • Treatment for back pain during pregnancy and post-pregnancy.

  • Physiotherapy to aid you in restoring fitness levels after pregnancy, helping with posture, and improving abdominal and pelvic strength.

  • Continence physiotherapy enabling you to achieve control of your pelvic floor using special exercises devised by our physiotherapists.

  • Use of pregnancy massage and manual therapy to alleviate pelvic girdle pain, mastitis, back pain, and relief from perineal tears.

  • Advice given by our physiotherapists to help those with pelvic floor muscle problems, bone density reduction, and general health issues during peri-menopause and post-menopause.

  • Post-gynaecological surgery or urological surgery (our physiotherapists will tailor a suitable program of exercises and rehabilitation physiotherapy to bring you back to ultimate health).

  • Using physiotherapy and other therapies, we will help repair abdominal muscle separation following birth.

  • The team at ADPhysiotherapy is fully qualified to help you achieve and maintain optimum pelvic floor, bowel, and bladder health through tailored exercise programs and other therapies.