Helping you through problems no one talks about

Offering both Men and Women Health Physiotherapy

Historically, physiotherapists have been known mainly for treating back and neck pain or running onto a football field when a player has sustained an injury. However, the emerging practice of “gender health” or “pelvic health” physiotherapy and, specifically, Women’s Health has recently garnered increased publicity. Many patients with pelvic dysfunction are suffering in silence, not aware that help is available. So we think it’s time that we devoted a little more space to the problems that no one wants to talk about.

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Women Health Physiotherapy

Women Health Physiotherapy

Women’s Health physiotherapy can refer to the management of a very broad range of conditions, but most commonly it describes the treatment of any disorder of the pelvis or pelvic floor muscles.

Women’s Health physiotherapy can refer to the management of a very broad range of conditions, but most commonly it describes the treatment of any disorder of the pelvis or pelvic floor muscles.

Some examples include:

  • Ante-natal
  • Post-natal
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Post-gynaecological or abdominal surgery
  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse
  • Fertility
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Post-Cancer treatment
  • Menopause

Male Health Physiotherapy

A men’s health physio specialises in physical conditions unique to men, many of which involve the pelvic floor muscles and male genitalia. Commonly, these issues appear in mean as a result of prostate or other surgery and include:

  • Incontinence
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Overactive bladder
  • Pain in the pelvic region

Men’s health physiotherapists work in conjunction with urologists, exercise physiologists, sexual health physicians and even psychologists with the goal of restoring your health.

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