Pelvic health

We offer a variety of services for men and women of all ages.


  • Post mastectomy care
  • Pre and post natal care
  • Treatment of blocked ducts and mastitis
  • Incontinence (urinary and faecal) - also known as bladder and/or bowel leakage
  • Post-prostatectomy care
  • Diastasis Rectus Abdominus (DRA) - also known as abdominal muscle separation
  • Overactive bladder
  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse
  • Pelvic/abdominal Pain
  • Pelvic Floor Retraining including Hypopressive Techniques
  • Sexual dysfunction 
  • Menopause 

Post-Mastectomy rehabilitation

Improve joint mobility and quality of life after a mastectomy

A mastectomy is used to treat or prevent breast cancer but the days and weeks following the procedure aren’t exactly fun. Physical therapy can drastically reduce pain, improve joint mobility, and improve quality of life following a mastectomy.

Key Benefits: 

  • Reduces pain
  • Improves mobility
  • Improves overall quality of life

Pre and post-natal care:

Our pelvic health therapists are experts in helping support you throughout conception, pregnancy and the post-natal period. 

Having children can be one of the proudest and best moments of your life but your body can suffer as a result of pregnancy, delivery and the damnads of caring for children post-partum. Let us support you throughout this journey. We can provide you with support and treatment for pregnancy related-pain/discomforts, preparation for birth and labour, advice and education regarding care of your pelvic floor and perineum, treatment for any bladder/bowel concerns, abdominal rehabilitation (e.g. treatment of diastasis recti), post-partum body checks, pre and post-natal exercise/rehabilitation including the use of clinical Pilates and specific physiotherapy for the return to sport/running post-partum. We can also help with breastfeeding conditions such as positioning, posture and treatment of blocked ducts. 

Bladder and Bowel Conditions

Whether leakage, urgency, pain, frequency, anal-sphincter injury or constipation, bladder and bowel conditions can be embarassing and debilitating for many. Physiotherapy has been shown to be a first-line reccomended treatment across the world for many of these conditions with a plethora of research to support it and show it's effectiveness. Our pelvic health physiotherapists can help you resolve and manage these conditions in a holistic, sensitive and individualized manner. 

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Research has shown that up to half of all women will experience pelvic organ prolapse in their lifetime. Physiotherapy treatment for pelvic organ prolapse is well-researched and scientifically supported. It can help improve your symptoms and get you back to what you love.

Pelvic/Abdominal Pain

Pelvic health physiotherapy is well suited to helping treat and manage many pelvic and abdominal pain conditions such as endometriosis, pudendal neuralgia, vulvar pain conditions such as vulvodynia, and dermatological conditions such as lichens sclerosis. 


The perimenopause and menopause periods can bring on many symptoms, including many involving the pelvic floor and structures around it. This is due to the high number of estrogen receptors in the pelvic area which cause changes in the tissues there when estrogen levels change during hormonal fluctuations. Pelvic health physiotherapy can help with some of the common changes and can help provide education and advice on lifestyle during this period of time. 

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