Women’s Health

Our physiotherapy treatment uses the most up to date research that supports physiotherapy to empower our clients to understand their treatment, whilst providing a professional environment to remedy their concerns in a realistic timeframe.
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Female Incontinence

Many people are confused as to the reasons behind their incontinence concerns. People believe that incontinence; the involuntary loss of urine, is a normal occurrence after childbirth or aging. Incontinence concerns are common but NOT normal and issues are varied.

Pelvic Pain

Most individuals who experience Pelvic Pain suffer in isolation.  They are hesitant to disclose their concerns to their health care professionals for fear of the unknown or the likely pelvic examination.  Individuals with pelvic pain are often reluctant to even speak to their partners out of embarrassment or concern about their partner’s reaction and how it may affect their relationship.

Pelvic Pain can have an explanation and is most often caused by dysfunctions, like tightening and or shortening of the pelvic floor muscle, fascia and ligaments.

pelvic floor physiotherapy

You have decided that this is the time to transition into the role of a mother. Bodies change and adapt during each stage of pregnancy. A Pelvic Health Physiotherapist can assist you and your team with each stage 


 Pelvic Organ Prolapse (P.O.P) is caused by a loss of ligament or connective tissue support around the bladder, uterus and/or rectum. POP causes the descent of one or more of these organs into the vaginal canal. 

Between 50-89% of women have POP after vaginal delivery. Even though many women aren’t aware they have a prolapse, only 3-28% of women experience symptoms.

While there are a range of symptoms that accompany this stage, and no one’s experience is the same, it is important to understand that we can adopt a variety of lifestyle strategies to make the change easier. Research demonstrates that the more women learn about menopause, the easier the transition, so developing a healthcare team that can guide you in your journey is vital!


Being diagnosed with breast cancer is often life-changing. All of your energy and focus will initially be channelled at medical treatments and surgeries for breast cancer, like post-mastectomy or lumpectomy. You will likely have many questions about the diagnosis and medical procedures but may be unaware of the physical impairments that can result from surgery and treatment.

breast cancer physiotherapy