It is never too early or too late to start either preventing or improving the pelvic floor. Regardless of age and severity, accurate professional assessment and advice can often be more successful than surgeries, or exercise without expertise. We can help to improve the quality of life and confidence for women with pelvic floor dysfunction.
Pregnancy does not come without its common complications for many. Urinary incontinence, prolapse and bowel problems are common along with pelvic pain and abdominal dysfunction. Treatment during pregnancy will help to reduce the problems both during and after pregnancy as well as helping to prevent later in life pelvic floor dysfunction.
- Bladder conditions (incontinence)
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Bowel dysfunction (faecal incontinence, wind incontinence, constipation)
- Pre and post pregnancy spinal / pelvic pain
- Rectus abdominus dysfunction
- Pelvic pain