What to expect at your Pelvic Health Consult

Your initial consult will usually be an hour long which enables Bev to take a thorough history and gain an understanding of what is going on for you.

A physical assessment is usually done during the first or second session, and a treatment plan explained and discussed. Follow-up visits may be 30 or 40 minutes long, depending on your needs.

You are able to self-refer to treatment, or your GP or specialist may refer you, and some conditions may be able to be treated under ACC. Where indicated, Bev will refer back to or on to appropriate specialists to ensure you are receiving thorough care and management of your concerns.


At times in your treatment certain products may be recommended as part of your treatment plan on the road to optimal wellbeing and function. 

These will be discussed with you during your treatment sessions and may include one or more of the following products:

These may include the use of medical devices such as contiform, therapeutic vibrators and vaginal dilators as examples, and are explained in the clinic then used at home. This will always be fully discussed so that you understand why the product is suggested and know how to use it appropriately.

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

Bev Hampton

Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

  • Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy) Auckland University of Technology
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Health Science – Continence Management
  • Diploma of Childbirth Education – Aoraki Polytech
  • Pregnancy Yoga Diploma –Birthlight International
  • Member of Physiotherapy New Zealand

Bev has been working as a physiotherapist for over fifteen years, and is passionate about working in the area of Pelvic and Womens Health Physiotherapy. Bev completed her Postgraduate Certificate in Continence Management through Otago University, and is very passionate about working in this field.

Bev qualified with a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy) in 2004 and began her physiotherapy career with a mix of private practice and hospital work. While having her family Bev trained as an Antenatal Educator and Pregnancy Yoga instructor and offers these services through Maternal Journey, based at River Ridge East Birth Centre. Being a mum of four energetic children gives Bev a real insight into pregnancy, labour, birth and the postnatal time in a women’s life, allowing her to practice with a sound clinical as well as empathetic approach.

Bev is committed to providing up to date evidenced-based care, and regularly attends ongoing professional development courses in order to provide the best standard of care for her patients. She believes in a multidisciplinary-team approach where appropriate, to achieve the optimal outcome for patients.

Bev Hampton Pelvic Health and Womens Physiotherapy

Nari Dhruv

Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

I have been working as a physiotherapist since 2012, in various fields of physiotherapy in a public hospital setting. I developed an interest in Women’s and Pelvic Health shortly after giving birth to my eldest daughter. As a new mum, I quickly realised that there is a gap in our health system for postnatal women. I strongly believe in postnatal checks and am passionate about delivering the best possible care to all women with pelvic health concerns and issues. My physiotherapy assessment and treatment skills are based on the latest research combined with a holistic approach, as I am always looking for ways to advance my knowledge in this field.

Pelvic floor health aside, I am also a busy mum of two girls. I enjoy reading, cooking, going to the beach, vacationing, spending time with friends and family, and those quiet nights in.

I look forward to meeting all of you fantastic women in our clinic.

Nari Dhruv Pelvic Health and Womens Physiotherapy

Jessica Hunt

Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

Jess qualified with a Bachelor of Health Science majoring in Physiotherapy from AUT in 2015.  As a physiotherapist she has worked in many clinical areas, both in the hospital and community settings, in New Zealand and Australia.  She has also spent three months volunteering as a physiotherapist on the Mercy Ships in West Africa.

Jess has had first hand experience with receiving pelvic health physiotherapy treatment, and therefore knows how important it is to receive the right advice.  Jess is passionate about pelvic health, and how it can affect women across a life span.  She strives to provide the best care to her clients, and looks forward to working with inspiring women who walk through our doors, helping them to achieve their goals and feel good in their bodies.

In Jess’ free time she volunteers at a youth group through her church, instructs bike classes at the gym, spends time with her friends and family, and enjoys spending time in nature – she plans to tick off all of New Zealand’s great walks.

Jess Hunt Pelvic Health and Womens Physiotherapy

Emily Webb

Massage Therapist

Emily has been a Massage Therapist for 8 years and is incredibly passionate about her work. She has extensive experience working in clinics, with individuals, and alongside elite sports teams in New Zealand and Australia.

Emily has a strong interest in health and wellbeing and she understands that every woman has their own needs, stressors and goals. Emily loves combining her clinical skills and knowledge to create a treatment for you that is not only therapeutic, but leaves you in a state of relaxation and complete bliss.

A lover of learning, Emily enrolled in a Bachelor of  Physiotherapy and is currently in her third year of study here in Hamilton.

Outside of work and study, Emily enjoys spending quality time with family and friends. She finds every opportunity to get outdoors to explore and exercise, and secretly loves designing and renovating her character bungalow with a glass of wine in hand!