Get Help With An Experienced Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist
Pillars of Wellness provides treatment for pelvic dysfunction for both, women and men's. Our female therapists are certified and trained level 3. It means they can perform external and internal procedures.
Our goal is to support you in improving your health and quality of life.
If you are looking for an experienced, knowledgeable, skilled pelvic health practitioner to get you on the road of recovery, look no further. Our therapists are here and ready to help.
We are passionate and compassionate professionals, driven by the mission of helping people live a happier and more meaningful life.
You deserve the best. Your goal is our mission. Let us help you!
What To Expect In Your First Visit?
- Your initial assessment with your physiotherapist will cover your medical history that relates to your pelvic health condition or concern.
- Once your Pelvic Physiotherapist has gathered information about your condition, she will begin a physical assessment. The physical assessment may include assessment of your low back, SI joints, connective tissue of the abdomen and thighs, and a pelvic floor assessment.
- Once your Pelvic Physiotherapist has completed her examination, she will explain her findings to you. She will give you exercises or other homework to do, and explain how often you should return for treatment.
- At Pillars of Wellness, you can expect a safe, respectful, inclusive environment with full privacy.
Conditions We can Help With (Not Limited To)
- Loss of Bladder and/or Bowel Control
- Urinary Urgency and Frequency
- Pelvic Organ Prolapse
- Pain in the Pelvic area
- Painful Sex
- Bed-wetting/ Daytime Wetting
- Mummy Tummy
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What Goals Can Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Achieve?
The role of the physiotherapist is to help the pelvic muscle to work properly in order to reduce pelvic pain and remove any symptoms.
To assess the pelvic floor, an internal exam is performed to identify any imbalances and dysfunction. We are here to help you throughout the process, and discuss current treatment options while respecting your needs. At the time, if the pain is persistent, we will conduct the internal treatment later once external muscles and tissues have been addressed.
We won’t move to the next step until you feel confident in the next treatment. Treatment will typically include elements of manual therapy, soft tissue release, postural alignment, breathing techniques, establishing healthy bladder and bowel habits, pelvic floor muscle facilitation and exercise programs. Treatment plans are individually tailored to address your specific condition, goals and needs.
Frequently Asked Questions