PELVIC FLOOR 


PHYSIOTHERAPY

Page subtitle

Click this text to start editing. This section is great for calls to action, addresses, and phone numbers.

Edit button text

Click Here to Add a Title

The pelvic floor muscles help to maintain continence, provide trunk stability, support the internal organs, and improve sexual function.

Physiotherapists trained in the specialty of pelvic floor assessment and treatment focus on the tissues, nerves, and muscles of the pelvis and related structures in order to help women of all ages to regain optimal function.

Reason for Consultation

  • Pre-natal and post-natal
  • Pelvic problems associated with menopause
  • Urinary or fecal urgency and/or incontinence
  • Pelvic organ prolapse
  • Constipation, sphincter dyssynergia
  • Genital and/or pelvic pain
  • Other problems associated with the pelvic or perineal area

Treatments may include:

  • Education and advice regarding your specific condition 
  • Manual techniques such as massage, mobilization, strengthening and other techniques for he pelvic floor, lumbar region, and pelvis
  • Pelvic floor muscle exercises and other related exercises for the pelvis trunk and lower extremities
  • Other approaches to improve function and/or decrease pain.