Pelvic health physiotherapy is ideal for women and men who suffer from pelvic floor muscle weakness. Physiomoiblity’s pelvic health physiotherapy combines hands-on techniques to mobilize, release tension and relax muscles in the area in hand with education on managing your symptoms. In some cases, an electrical stimulation device might be used to help train your pelvic floor muscles. Treatment is vital as your pelvic floor stabilizes the pelvis, sacrum and hip joints and plays an important role in urination, bowel movements, and sexual function. With proper treatment, these muscles can perform better and prevent injuries.
Prenatal physiotherapy can address many challenges women experience during pregnancy. Pelvic floor physiotherapy during pregnancy helps prepare you for a pain-free and complication-free pregnancy. We recommend a personalized treatment program consisting of pelvic floor exercises to prepare the body for childbirth and reduce the risk of pain and issues such as incontinence and organ prolapse.
Following the birth of your baby, your body goes through many changes that affect your bladder, vagina, breasts, core and postural muscles. If you experience pain, bleeding, constipation, incontinence, pain during intercourse and organ prolapse following birth, our pelvic physiotherapist can provide treatment to help you manage pregnancy-related complications.
Pelvic floor physiotherapy also provides preventive care to avoid conditions like incontinence and prolapse often experienced by aging women. Our Pelvic Health Physiotherapist treats IBS, constipation and some other digestive and urological conditions common in both men and women.
We provide pelvic health physiotherapy combining hands-on techniques to mobilize, release tension and relax muscles. Our physiotherapists believe in sharing educational materials and advice to help you manage your symptoms with proper lifestyle changes, pelvic hygiene, and specific exercises.
We supply Toronto moms in need of prenatal physiotherapy with expert advice and hands-on treatment. Pelvic floor physiotherapy in Physiomobility is offered by a registered physiotherapist and is covered by most extended health benefit plans.
Pelvic floor muscles are a group of muscles that attach to the front, back and sides of the pelvic bone and sacrum. This area also supports your uterus, bladder and sexual organs. These structures work together and stabilize the pelvis, sacrum and hip joints playing an important role in urination, bowel movements, childbirth, and sexual function.
Our pelvic floor physiotherapist assesses the integrity, strength, and function of these muscles. We can assess your condition and provide treatments to restore or strengthen function.
There are four common reasons to seek prenatal pelvic floor physiotherapy: