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.
Physiotherapy can be very helpful in the treatment of both acute and chronic pelvic pain and pelvic pain syndromes.
Research tells us that between 60-80% of urinary continence problems can be improved with conservative measures.
Sexual problems or pain
Painful or uncomfortable sex can be due to a number of causes including increased pelvic floor muscle activity.
Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Symptoms of a prolapse may include a feeling of a bulge protruding into the vagina, or a feeling of heaviness in your vagina and lower back.
Physical benefits of yoga include increased flexibility, increased muscle strength and tone, and a feeling of wellbeing from moving and stretching your body.
Commonly men suffer continence issues following prostate surgery, but incontinence and other urinary symptoms, as well as pelvic pain can arise for other reasons.
Our antenatal education courses will provide you with information to make informed decisions about your pregnancy, birth and life as new parents.
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