Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy
As a women’s health and wellness company it only made sense to offer pelvic floor physiotherapy along with all our other services. This is a growing field as awareness surrounding common problems like leaking when you run, sneeze, cough or exercise, is finally gaining some traction. In some countries, pelvic floor physiotherapy is part of a woman’s care postpartum. It is our hope that not only are all women informed about this but that it becomes as much a part of our healthcare as regular physicals. Pelvic floor dysfunction is not discussed enough, but that is changing. And we are here to help inform and educate, as much as to provide help and treatment.
~ Elisabeth Parsons, Owner/Director – Core Expectations
What is Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy?
Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy is the assessment and treatment of conditions that have been caused by or are related to, dysfunction in the pelvic floor muscles. It is performed by a physiotherapist with specialized training and expertise in the area of pelvic health. The pelvic floor muscles are a small group of hammock-like muscles that are situated at the bottom of your pelvis. This group of muscles are extremely important and are essential in avoiding any kind of incontinence, they provide stability for our low back and contribute to sexual pleasure and function and more.
Pelvic Floor Assessment
If you are a woman you need to have a pelvic floor assessment. You will learn things about your body no one ever told you before – not your mother, sister, best friend or even your doctor. The word about pelvic health is finally spreading as women all over are realizing how important this is. Something that is common practice in Europe is finally taking hold here as well. So be proactive and take charge of your health. Our caring and dedicated women’s health physiotherapist will take care of you.
Some of the conditions treated are:
- Urinary Incontinence (stress & frequency/urgency)
- Pain or discomfort during intercourse
- Back pain and/or Pelvic Girdle Pain
- Pelvic Organ Prolapse
- Diastasis Recti
Pelvic Floor Physiotherapists
In case you live out of area or it doesn’t work for you to have the physiotherapist come to you, we have included a contact list of other women’s health physiotherapists that you could see instead.
Full list of pelvic floor physiotherapists
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