Who can benefit from Women’s Health Physiotherapy?
Your body experiences number of changes during Pregnancy. It is important to stay active and do regular exercise during pregnancy. Also it is important to seek professional advice on your exercise requirement especially if have been previously inactive, to ensure safe exercise plan.
Pelvic Joint Pain, Back Pain, Swollen Ankles and Leg Cramps are common complaints during pregnancy. We can assist you in making pregnancy a wonderful phase of your life by helping you with these conditions.
Consult our female Physiotherapists who can assist you with hands-on treatments, exercises or postural advises to improve or manage the problems you experience.
Prenatal and Postnatal Classes :
Prenatal and Postnatal Individual consultations Prenatal consult are run by our female Physiotherapist. It cover pelvic floor exercises , abdominal exercises along with general exercises safe during pregnancy.
Continence and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction :
Incontinence is a term that describes any accidental or involuntary loss of urine from the bladder (Urinary Incontinence) or bowel motion, faeces or wind from the bowel (Faecal or Bowel Incontinence).
Incontinence is a widespread condition which can range from small leak to complete leak. In fact, over 4.8 million Australians have bladder or bowel control problems for a variety of reasons.
Our Physiotherapists can assess your pelvic floor function and tailor an exercise program to meet your specific needs.
Menopause is also known as the “change of life”, as it marks the end of monthly menstruation. This change leads to decrease in female hormones that may lead to a higher risk of osteoporosis, weak pelvic floor causing incontinence and heart diseases.
Our Physiotherapists help with exercises that will help manage weight, and increase your bone density and muscle strength to reduce osteoporosis.
Our female Physiotherapists specialize in treating a broad range of musculoskeletal issues associated with the different life stages like pregnancy, birth and post‐partum, lactation and menopause. They also specialize in pelvic floor muscle function and dysfunction.