PhysioSpec Pelvic Health & Rehabilitation
PhysioSpec Pelvic Health & Rehabilitation
48 Fitzroy Street, Tamworth

Continence and Pelvic Health Physiotherapy

Continence and pelvic health physiotherapy involves the assessment and treatment of bladder, bowel and pelvic floor dysfunction in women, men and children.

Concerns with your pelvic health can present at any point in life. There are known stages in life that can contribute to the development of symptoms, as well as individual factors that can contribute.

As a result, people experience a variety of signs and symptoms that a continence and pelvic health physiotherapist can assist with.

There are a broad range of concerns that pelvic health physiotherapy can assist with. Appointments are focused on discussing the things that are of concern to you, guiding you to understand why and providing accurate assessment and treatment.

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Pelvic floor dysfunction affects almost 5 million people in Australia alone.

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A continence and pelvic health physiotherapist is trained to assess and treat these types of concerns, along with other associated symptoms. Some of the most common symptoms experienced by people seeking assistance from a pelvic floor physiotherapist are:

Leakage of urine with coughing, sneezing, running, or jumping/skipping
Urinary urgency
Feeling of always needing to go to the toilet or going just in case
Passing of stool or wind without ability to stop it
Vaginal bulge, heaviness/pressure or the sense of something being there vaginally that wasn’t there before
Pain with sexual intercourse
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Areas within the scope of pelvic health physio are:

Incontinence with the bladder and/or bowel
Urgency with the bladder and/or bowel
Problems with emptying the bladder and/or bowel effectively
Pelvic organ prolapse
Chronic pelvic pain
Pelvic or lower back injury
Dyspareunia (including vaginismus)
Antenatal and postnatal concerns
Diastasis (separation) of abdominal muscles and post-op gynaecological, urological or colorectal surgery.
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