Women’s and Men’s Health Physiotherapy focuses on pelvic health. A highly specialised area of physiotherapy, this encompasses a range of pelvic floor conditions including bladder and bowel incontinence, prolapse, pelvic pain and pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain.
Women’s Health Physiotherapy is a branch of physiotherapy that deals with women’s health concerns through the stages of early adulthood from pregnancy and childbirth through to menopause and beyond. Treating the pelvic floor and its related conditions such as bladder and bowel dysfunction is an integral part of this.
For many women, conditions such as prolapse and incontinence first occur during pregnancy, after childbirth, or with the onset of menopause. A trained Women’s Health Physiotherapist can assist with early prevention and management of your symptoms.
If you are suffering from any of the following conditions, our Women’s Health Physiotherapist may be able to assist:
Additional services available include Prenatal Physiotherapy Screening and Postnatal Physiotherapy Assessment.
Men’s Health Physiotherapy is a branch of physiotherapy that deals specifically with men’s health conditions, usually related to the pelvic floor.
Don’t suffer in silence. Our Men’s Health Physiotherapist can assist with the following:
Depending on the patient, our Women’s and Men’s Health Physiotherapist may use a combination of techniques, including:
For more information on what to expect and what to bring to your first appointment, please visit our FAQ page.
Want to improve your pelvic health and quality of life? Book an appointment with our Women’s & Men’s Health Physio today!
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