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Pelvic physiotherapy involves the assessment and treatment of a range of pelvic floor conditions, and of symptoms that manifest themselves in that area of the body.
About the Pelvic Floor
The pelvic floor is a layer of muscles that support the pelvic organs and span the bottom of the pelvis. the pelvic floor plays a significant role in providing support for the bladder, genitals, uterus and anus, and helps with urine and bowl control.
What is Pelvic Physiotherapist?
A Pelvic Physiotherapists is one who has specialized postgraduate training in internal and external manual techniques that are used evaluate the function of the pelvic floor muscles.
When the pelvic floor muscles become weakened, urine leakage and reduced control over bowl function can be the result. For this reason, pelvic floor muscle training is very important for both men and women.
Our pelvic physiotherapist can help you regain and maintain your pelvic floor function through manual examinations and a treatment plan involving specific pelvic floor strengthening exercises.