Women’s Health Physiotherapy

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Pelvic floor physiotherapy for common women’s health conditions such as incontinence, prolapse, pelvic floor muscle dysfunction

Pelvic floor muscles may be weakened, overactive or have reduced activation

Treatment may include exercise based rehabilitation, pessary or dilator fitting and biofeedback techniques

Physiotherapy for pregnancy

Physiotherapy support during all stages of pregnancy including

  • Safe exercise advice and programs
  • Preparing your pelvic floor for childbirth
  • Incontinence
  • Pelvic pain and dysfunction
  • Low back pain
  • Prescription of supportive devices such as abdominal supports, sacroiliac joint braces and recovery supports
  • Preparing your body for optimal birth and postpartum recovery
  • Reduce likelihood of common post partum conditions such as abdominal separation, incontinence, prolapse, lower back pain, pelvic or sacroiliac dysfunction

Postnatal Physiotherapy

6 week postnatal check up

  • Pelvic floor assessment
  • Safe and progressive exercise programs
  • Abdominal muscle separation
  • Incontinence
  • Pelvic pain and dysfunction
  • Low back pain or postural pain
  • Wrist pain “mummy wrists”
  • Recovery following birth

Mums’n’Bubs Pilates classes to support safe return to physical activity

Oncology Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation following gynaecological or breast surgery

Rehabilitation post radiotherapy and chemotherapy

Lymphoedema management

Supportive device fittings