Physiotherapy improves musculoskeletal and neuromuscular health by assessing, diagnosing, and manually treating pain and injuries. It is also effective for rehabilitating, and improving body strength and range of motion. New patients should start with a 45-minute initial physiotherapy assessment where we will be addressing your concerns and goals for treatment, and providing some treatment and exercise prescription.
Pelvic Health Physiotherapy
The pelvic floor refers to a group of muscles that sit in the pelvic inlet, like a hammock, and serves five critical functions in the body. When there is injury or dysfunction to the pelvic floor, whether it is due to trauma, pregnancy, menopause, pelvic or abdominal surgeries, cancer treatments, or falls, one can experience a number of problems such as pelvic girdle pain, incontinence, low back pain, sexual dysfunction, prolapse, and many other symptoms. New patients should start with a 60-minute Initial Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Assessment where we will be addressing your concerns and goals for treatment, and providing some treatment and exercise prescription.