Women's Health Physiotherapy
All Women's Health concerns will only be seen by our female physiotherapist.
Did You Know?
of all women experience urinary incontinence (leakage).
suffer from Pelvic Organ Prolapse after childbirth.
develop abdominal muscle separation (Diastasis Recti) at 6 weeks postpartum.
suffer from painful sexual intercourse at 6 months postpartum.
Women undergo many changes in their bodies through their lifespan. Often, they have legitimate concerns such as urine leakage, pregnancy-related pain, pelvic pain, or pain during sexual intercourse, but they do not know where to seek help.
If you are struggling with such concerns, we are here for you. We can walk you through this recovery journey, so that you can once again be clothed in strength from the inside out.
What We Do
to manage any physical pain during pregnancy, usually in the pelvis, tailbone, and lower back.
to facilitate full recovery of physical health and function, and to address any issues that commonly arise after childbirth (Diastasis Recti, urine leakage, pelvic and low back pain, Mastitis - blocked duct, C-section scarring).
Pelvic Health Physiotherapy
to manage and facilitate recovery for issues in the pelvic region, including urine leakage, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain, and persistent pain during sexual intercourse.
- Pelvic and Tail Bone Mobilisation
- Myofascial Mobilisation
- C-section Scar Tissue Mobilisation
Movement / Technique / Posture Correction
Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation
Ultrasound Therapy for Mastitis (Blocked Duct)
Radial Shockwave Therapy
What Can You Expect?
A comprehensive assessment will be conducted.
Detailed history taking of your symptoms and condition.
Thorough examination of your posture, movement, strength, mobility, and function.
If there are any pelvic floor concerns, an external and internal vaginal examination may be conducted.
Upon completion of the above assessment, there will be a detailed explanation of your condition and possible prognosis. An outline of your treatment plan will also be discussed with you.
Finally, the physiotherapy treatment will be administered.
This will include therapeutic exercises and one or more of the following:
Postural and movement correction
Manual therapy such as joint, myofascial, and scar tissue mobilisation
Electrical Physical Agents such as ultrasound therapy, neuromuscular electrical stimulation, and radial shockwave therapy.
You will be given an individualised home exercise program to enhance the recovery or to manage your condition.