Welcome to Pelvic Health & Womens Physiotherapy

Pelvic health issues can sometimes affect women at all ages and stages in life and are often accepted as a part of life that we just have to put up with without gaining full understanding or reaching out for support to help manage things. These issues can be disabling physically, emotionally, psychologically and socially, and we believe in helping women along in their journey to health and wellbeing.  We work from a biopsychosocial model, thinking holistically, to achieve the optimal outcome for each individual. Research has shown that many of these conditions can be improved and often resolved with specific, individualised Physiotherapy assessment and treatment.

Our team have special training and interest in Pelvic and Womens health and we are passionate about working with Women through every stage of life. Thanks for finding us and reaching out to us, we look forward to joining you in caring for yourself!

Pelvic Health and Womens Physiotherapy Bev Hampton

Pelvic and Womens’ Health services:

  • Pregnancy & post natal problems including mastitis and scar tissue management
  • Pelvic floor dysfunction
  • Pelvic pain
  • Continence concerns
  • Pelvic organ prolapse
  • Sexual problems
  • Vulvodynia
  • Bladder issues
  • Bowel issues
  • Pelvic organ prolapse
  • Sensitive claims- ACC

How we can help you


Pregnancy & Postnatal

Having a baby is an exciting time of life which can bring about changes in your body during your pregnancy as well as after having your baby.

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Pelvic Pain

Physiotherapy can be very helpful in the treatment of both acute and chronic pelvic pain and pelvic pain syndromes.

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Sexual Health


Research tells us that between 60-80% of urinary continence problems can be improved with conservative measures.

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Other Muscuoskeletal Physiotherapy Services:

Joint and muscular sprains, strains and tears, tendon injuries, sports injuries, rehabilitation after surgery or injury, back and neck pain, strain and injuries, postural imbalances, exercise therapy, and falls prevention