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Female Pelvic Health

Over half of all women will experience symptoms of incontinence or pelvic pain in their lifetime

On average, it will take them 7 years before they seek treatment for these symptoms. Fortunately, pelvic floor physiotherapy can be highly effective and is a clinically proven way to successfully treat these problems.

“I went to see Julie for Women’s Health Physio and wish I had gone to see her sooner! After a few sessions I felt SO much better - emotionally and physically.”

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Help is available for

✓ Pelvic organ prolapse ✓ Stress urinary incontinence ✓ Urge urinary incontinence ✓ Overactive bladder ✓ Bladder pain syndrome ✓ Faecal incontinence ✓ Painful sex - dyspareunia, vaginismus, vulvodynia, hypertonic pelvic floor ✓ Constipation ✓ Pelvic pain - pudendal neuralgia, endometriosis, pelvic fractures ✓ Coccyx pain ✓ Problem scars ✓ Rehabilitation pre/post gynaecological surgery

Women’s Health consultation includes

✓ 60 minute detailed assessment ✓ Discussion of your previous history and goals ✓ Postural and movement assessment ✓ Pelvic examination

Treatment may include

Manual therapy for pelvic floor muscles Manual therapy techniques for musculoskeletal pain Joint mobilisations Personalised rehab program Toileting techniques and position advice Breathing techniques EMG Biofeedback Real time ultrasound biofeedback Rehabilitation appropriate for hysterectomy or prolapse repair Advice regarding use of pessaries and other adjuncts Follow up appointments are often required, typically once a week Initially, progressing to 6-8 weeks in time.

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