Physiotherapy plays a crucial role in promoting and maintaining women’s health throughout their lifespan. From pregnancy to postpartum recovery, physiotherapy interventions can address a wide range of issues specific to women’s bodies.
Pregnancy and Postpartum Care
Pregnancy and childbirth bring about significant physical changes that can lead to discomfort and functional challenges for women. Physiotherapy plays a vital role in supporting women during this transformative period. Physiotherapists can provide prenatal exercises, education on optimal body mechanics, and pain management strategies to promote a healthy pregnancy. Postpartum, physiotherapy can assist in regaining pelvic floor strength, addressing diastasis recti (separation of abdominal muscles), and managing any postpartum pain or complications.
Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
The pelvic floor is a group of muscles and ligaments that play a crucial role in bladder and bowel control, and providing support to pelvic organs. Physiotherapy offers specialized pelvic floor rehabilitation programs that include exercises, manual therapy, and lifestyle modifications to strengthen and improve the function of the pelvic floor muscles, thereby alleviating symptoms and restoring confidence.
Physiotherapy plays an integral role in addressing the unique health needs of women throughout their lives. By offering specialized interventions and evidence-based treatments, physiotherapists empower women to take control of their well-being, promoting optimal physical function, and enhancing their quality of life.
Frequently Asked Questions
We understand that pelvic health concerns can be sensitive and personal, which is why we offer a non-invasive “external” approach to address these issues. Our trained physiotherapists are skilled in assessing and treating a wide range of pelvic health conditions, all without the need for internal examinations. Through a combination of external techniques, therapeutic exercises, and manual therapy, we aim to improve pelvic floor function, alleviate pain, and enhance overall well-being.
Yes, we have 4 private rooms available for assessment and treatments.
For your pelvic health physiotherapy appointment, it is recommended to wear comfortable clothing that allows ease of movement.