Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy
Let go of worry and take control of your pelvic floor
As specialists in women’s health, we help women rehabilitate their pelvic floor muscles at any stage of life. More than 40% of women are living with bladder control problems. Pelvic floor care can be necessary before or after childbirth, or during a woman’s lifetime, particularly around menopause.
Our studio is a safe place to be seen & heard. We are dedicated to women’s health and provide you with the best advice so that you can make informed decisions about your body. You will leave empowered and excited to take the next step on your wellness journey.
We can help you with
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Leaking urine—often when coughing, sneezing, laughing or exercising
- Overactive bladder—the need to rush to the toilet with little or no warning
- Preparing for childbirth
- Recovering from childbirth
- Pre and post gynaecological surgery
- Bladder and bowel control
- Pain during sex
- Vaginismus and vulvodynia
- Bowel dysfunction and constipation
The pelvic floor is a group of muscles and ligaments that support the bladder, uterus and bowel. When the pelvic floor is strong, it supports these organs and helps prevent issues like incontinence and prolapse.
By looking after your pelvic floor in pregnancy and after childbirth, right through to menopause, you will be able to take control of your health and reduce the chance of pelvic floor related issues impacting your life. While you might think you are performing pelvic floor exercises correctly, the only way to know for sure is through an internal assessment.
Initial pelvic floor assessment (60min): $185
Review pelvic floor consultation (45min): $145
Pelvic floor assessment with Senior Physiotherapist (60min): $205
Pelvic floor review with Senior Physiotherapist (45min): $175
Pelvic floor physiotherapy FAQ
Nothing at all—however, if you have a doctor’s referral letter, bring that. Our team are highly trained and compassionate professionals who are experts in women’s health. Your “abnormal” is our normal. We make it a comfortable and empowering experience so you can relax and feel good knowing that you are taking action towards better health.
No, you don’t need a doctor’s referral to see a pelvic floor physiotherapist. However, if a doctor refers you with a chronic disease management plan, you can get a Medicare rebate for up to five sessions.
Yes, your baby is welcome to join you. Feel free to bring their favourite toys, a playmat, bouncer, pram or car capsule. Many babies will sleep through the whole thing, but if not, our team can cuddle bubs or take them for a stroll while we do the physical part of the assessment.
My pelvic floor is stronger than it’s been in years—even after being postpartum!