Our physiotherapists offer a comprehensive assessment of bladder, bowel, the musculoskeletal system, and pain issues.
Treatment includes communicating with other health professionals if needed.
There is strong evidence that pelvic floor muscle exercise can help in the treatment of bladder leakage and vaginal prolapse symptoms.
Our physiotherapists have expertise in working with problems of bladder leakage as well as bladder urgency and frequency.
Our physiotherapists have expertise in teaching pelvic floor muscle exercises, bladder training, and giving appropriate advice.
Physiotherapy can be helpful in treating some bowel conditions such as leakage, difficulty emptying the bowel and advice about constipation.
Vaginal pelvic organ prolapse
Physiotherapy is recommended as first-line treatment for this condition.
Treatment involves pelvic floor muscle training and giving advice, as well as communicating with other health professionals where needed.
Our staff offer assessment and treatment for pelvic pain conditions.
Reasons for pain are often complex, and communicating with other health professionals is often required.
Physiotherapy offers education, muscle retraining, acupuncture and TENS, breathing exercises, and relaxation.
Low back pain during pregnancy and following birth
Low back pain during pregnancy is common and can be an unwanted distraction.
Our staff are skilled in assessing and treating low back pain related to pregnancy.
Who will treat me?
To find out more, call us on 03 479 5757 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need a car park for your next appointment, please call 03 479 5757 or ask at Clinics reception.
Parking is available via a booking system only and is located across from the School of Physiotherapy, outside the Benham building.