PELVIC FLOOR PHYSIO
Incontinence affects 1 in 4 Australians – our Physiotherapists provide management and cures.
60-70% of people affected by incontinence can be better managed or cured, however 70% of people affected by incontinence do not seek treatment. People at risk of pelvic floor dysfunction are usually pre/post-natal women, post-menopausal women, men post prostate surgery and men and women following incorrect gym and weight training.
Incontinence, although common, should not be considered a normal part of ageing & any bladder problem, big or small, warrants attention to help get the problem under control.
Signs of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction:
- Leaking urine when you cough, sneeze, walk, run or play sport
- Difficulty controlling wind
- Internal heaviness or a dragging sensation
- Difficulty deferring the urge to pass urine or bowel motions
Our Physiotherapists Can Help You With:
- Overactive bladder
- Prolapse Management
- Pessary fittings
- Pro/post gynaecological surgery advice and management
- Bowel dysfunction including constipation and obstructed defaecation
- Pelvic pain including Painful Bladder Syndrome, Interstitial Cystitis and
- Female sexual dysfunction (including Dyspareunia and Vaginismus)
- Pre and postnatal needs
- Pregnancy related back pain
- Rectus diastasis management
Extended Women’s Health Initial consultation ……… $200
(Allow 60 mins)
*Fees are valid until June 2024.
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JANE CANNAN – PHYSIOTHERAPIST
Jane has been a Physio for over 10 years and 6 years working in Women’s Health and has developed extensive experience in treating a vast variety of women’s health conditions. Her knowledge and empathetic understanding of both pain and women’s health disciplines enables Jane to provide an integrated approach to pelvic floor dysfunction, lower back and hip pain.