What Is Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Treatment?

Helping people with pelvic floor ailments get back to their former self with physiotherapy.

Pelvic floor issues are more common than most people realise. Some people, however, find the issue embarrassing and can go years suffering in silence. They notice small leaks of urine when sneezing, coughing, laughing, heavy lifting or exercising. This makes activities like going to the gym or playing with the kids stressful and unpleasant. Some common problems with the pelvic floor include prolapse of the uterus or vagina, cystoceles, cystourethroceles, enteroceles, and rectoceles. Sycamore Health has a qualified female physiotherapist that specialises in women’s health, and can assess and treat issues you may be experiencing with your pelvic floor physiotherapy treatment. 

​Sycamore Health is currently not offering women's health or continence physio,  ​Contact us for a list of people who can help

What can physiotherapists treat?

Pelvic Floor Exercises

Continence and Intimacy Issues

Women's and Men's Health

... and so much more! These are simply the most common conditions, but anything muscular, joint or skeletal in nature is where physiotherapy shines. Physiotherapist's are also qualified in rehabpilates, hydrotherapy and exercise prescription. There's a reason physiotherapists are considered the movement specialists!

How does it all work?

The physiotherapist will bring you in for your consultation, run through your health history and current presentation of symptoms.
 Then they’ll perform a quick physical assessment using a series of special tests, in order to establish a working diagnosis. 
Treatment is then based on your diagnosis and presenting symptoms. They aim to restore you to function as quickly as possible! 

 They also give a little bit of homework, usually exercises. These are are designed to decrease pain, improve strength and restore function, and are vital to your recovery. 

​Sycamore Health is currently not offering women's health or continence physio, contact us for a list of people who can help

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