Birth injuries

Birth injuries

Understanding Birth Trauma Bringing new life into the world is often portrayed as a time of joy and celebration. However, for some people, the experience can be overshadowed by birth trauma, leaving lasting physical and emotional scars. At Pelvic Health Physiotherapy,...
Pregnancy WOF / Postnatal WOF

Pregnancy WOF / Postnatal WOF

Pregnancy and childbirth can put extra stress on your body, especially on the pelvic floor, back, pelvis, and abdominal muscles. This may lead to discomfort, pain, or pelvic floor issues such as bladder leakage and a sense of heaviness. Fortunately, we are here to...
Online appointments

Online appointments

If you would prefer not to have an in-person appointment we can offer an alternative – for example if you are feeling unwell, or you are at home minding children that may not be able to go to day care or school that day. Or perhaps you live far away and...
Pelvic organ prolapse

Pelvic organ prolapse

Pelvic organ prolapse is common – it affects around 50% of women, although only about 12% will have symptoms. Some people get a prolapse soon after childbirth, others may not notice any issues for many years, even decades, but vaginal birth is a big risk factor....