Women’s Health Physiotherapy 2018-11-01T10:51:50+00:00

Women’s Health Physiotherapy

Using education, exercises, and manual techniques, a physiotherapist with advanced training in pelvic floor physiotherapy will help you with stress and urge incontinence issues, pelvic pain, ano-retal disorders and post-partum pelvic floor dysfunction.

In these 60 minute sessions, using education, exercises, and manual techniques, a physiotherapist with advanced training in pelvic floor physiotherapy will help you with stress and urge incontinence issues, pelvic pain, ano-retal disorders and post-partum pelvic floor dysfunction

Session Types and Rates

EXERCISING DURING AND AFTER PREGNANCY

Exercise can help prevent gestational diabetes, reduce stress, aches and pain during pregnancy and is great for the development of the baby too. Learn how you can stay fit and strong for baby and YOU.

Bouncing Back After Baby

How to take care of YOU while you are taking care of baby

  • Teach you how to stand, breathe, and move well functionally to help you move towards achieving your goals and return to activities that make your body feel good.
  • Check the status of your pelvic floor and if healing correctly.
  • Help you connect with your deep core and body again after delivery.

Post Partum Screening

(~ 6-12 weeks after delivery)

  • Teach you how to stand, breathe, and move well functionally to help you move towards achieving your goals and return to activities that make your body feel good.
  • Check the status of your pelvic floor and if healing correctly.
  • Help you connect with your deep core and body again after delivery.

Prenatal & Postnatal Sessions

$16000
  • 60 min
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PELVIC FLOOR ASSESSMENT

In this 60 minute session, using education, exercises, and manual techniques, a physiotherapist with advanced training in pelvic floor physiotherapy will help you with stress and urge incontinence issues, pelvic pain, ano-retal disorders and post-partum pelvic floor dysfunction.

The pelvic floor is a collection of muscles that form to hold the pelvic organs (eg. bladder, uterus and intestines) in place and facilitate proper bowel, bladder and sexual function. The pelvic floor is part of the deep core muscles and is often neglected. The pelvic floor may be the missing link to why you are still having persistent low back pain.

Symptoms of a Dysfunctional Pelvic Floor

  • Low back pain or hip pain

  • Bulging of your abdomen during ANY exercises
  • Urine leakage with coughing, sneezing, laughing, running, jumping
  • Constipation or urgency with bowel movements

Pelvic Floor Assessment & Treatment

  • Helps you understand your pelvic floor and whether you are engaging and relaxing properly.
  • Provides you with information on how to contract AND relax.
  • Provides you with relaxation and stretching techniques if you have an overactive pelvic floor.
  • Help you understand the role of a healthy pelvic floor and deep core prior to running and higher impact activities.

Pelvic Floor Physio Sessions

$16000
  • 60 min