We believe that every new Mother should have a comprehensive postnatal check up. This should assess the risk of dysfunction following pregnancy and delivery, with more focus being placed on recovery following the profound physical and psychological changes that occur. We want to help ladies to prevent the “common but not normal” issues. Issues we treat include:
Pelvic health dysfunction may arise without childbirth or trauma but still affect your quality of life and daily function. Often these problems are overlooked and ignored by many women simply because it is often seen as a “normal” part of being a female.
You can seek help and shouldn’t suffer in silence.
Issues we treat include:
Pelvic floor muscle weakness and dysfunction
Post-surgical complications e.g. following hysterectomy, prolapse repair or surgical treatment for endometriosis.
Pelvic floor dysfunction can lead to a variety of sexual issues, affecting the ability to enjoy and feel engaged during intercourse and lead to a lack of sensation.
Issues we treat include
Dyspareunia (pain) following childbirth
Surgical procedures or as a result of a hyperactive pelvic floor
Reduced awareness during intercourse
Recently found out you’re pregnant?
This isn’t your first rodeo, but want to learn more about how to look after yourself better during pregnancy?
Try our Pelvic Health Physiotherapy Antenatal Course run by our very own specialists in pelvic/womens health physiotherapy. Our physio’s are ‘Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy’ (POGP) certified so you can rely upon the level of expertise on offer. Our physio’s are either currently working with or have vast experience of working with pregnant women offering up huge amounts of insight, and dispelling many of the myths around exercise and pregnancy.
So many antenatal courses understandably focus upon the baby, however this course puts the mothers health at the heart of everything. Click below to learn more and contact us to reserve your place
Up to one hour in length, including discussion of a detailed history, examination and formulation of a treatment plan. With your consent, this may include an internal examination.
If you are unsure what to expect on your initial assessment here is a link to an example of a Physiotherapy Pelvic Health consultation.
There is lots of information out there however it can all be a bit overwhelming. Here are some useful, accurate and reliable sources to helpful information if you are struggling with any pelvic health related issues:
Get in touch and speak to our Pelvic/Women’s Health expert