Physiotherapy Consultations

There are multiple appointment types available, read about which one might be best suited to you below.

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  • Pregnancy Physiotherapy

    Coming to see a physiotherapist during your pregnancy can be a very handy tool to help provide you with the information about what to expect as your body goes through a wonderful physical and mental journey. Managing the changes to your posture, pelvic floor and abdominal muscles will help to keep you feeling healthy and strong as your progress through your pregnancy journey.  

    Specific conditions include, but not limited to:

    - Prenatal Pelvic Floor

    - Pelvic Girdle Pain & Low back pain

    - Birth preparation consultations
    including pelvic floor assessment & pain management strategies

    - Exercise programs.

  • Postnatal Physiotherapy

    Providing women with Physiotherapy support postpartum helps ensure we continue to look after and manage any conditions that may have occurred occurred during pregnancy. Assessing the pelvic floor and abdominal muscles after birth and ensuring women are given individualised treatment or exercise
    prescription depending on their unique circumstances.

    Specific conditions include, but not limited to:
    - Pelvic Floor Assessment
    - DRAM (Diastisis Rectus Abdominus Muscle) Assessment
    - Return to Exercise prescription
    - Exercise Programs
    - Back pain
    - Pain with intercourse
    - Prolapse
    - Mastitis management.

  • Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

    Pelvic Floor Dysfunction can affect individuals at any time throughout life. Whilst conditions such as leaking & incontinence or pelvic pain may be common, they are certainly not normal. Working through multiple lifestyle factors and asking lots of questions will help to get to the bottom of your pelvic floor concerns.

    Specific conditions include, but not limited to:   
    - Urinary Incontinence
    - Bladder urgency & frequency
    - Pelvic Pain
    - Pain with Intercourse
    - Vaginal heaviness & prolapse
    - Exercise prescription
    - Endometriosis.

  • Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

    Whilst the pelvic floor may be a special interest area, it is very hard to ignore the rest of the body! Typical aches and pains, sprains and strains that occur because of everyday life are important to keep on top of. Additionally getting to the bottom of why some injuries might keep reoccurring is a key factor that can make a big difference to your overall health.

    Specific conditions, but not limited to:
    - Acute Injury (ankle sprains, etc)
    - Chronic Pain management
    - Exercise prescription
    - Neck, back, hip pain
    - Knee, ankle, elbow & shoulder pain
    - Generalised preventative injury management.

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