Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Experienced Female Therapists For Both, Women and Men's

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!

Internal Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Your Benefits In Using Our Pelvic Health Services

  • Save Time And Money Save Time And Money
  • Efficient & Flexible Care Efficient & Flexible Care
  • Insurance Coverage Insurance Coverage
  • Access to Free Resources Access to Different Modalities
  • No Subscriptions No Double Booking
  • Collaborative team of experts Collaborative team of experts
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Conditions We can Help With (Not Limited To)

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  • 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

Connect With Our Registered Pelvic Floor Therapists

Mari Mueller Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist Pillars of Wellness
Mari Mueller Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist

"Mari is an outgoing, thorough practitioner who has experience treating pelvic dysfunction for males and females, acupuncture and dry needling for the whole body, as well as manual therapy".

Nicole Stokes Pelvid Floor Physiotherapist At Pillar of Wellness
Nicole Stokes Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist

"Nicole is a well-rounded practitioner with specialities treating pelvic health, concussion, and vestibular disorders. Additionally, she has tremendous experience treating athletes or anyone with sports injuries".

During your first visit to our Burlington Pelvic Health clinic, you’ll receive a full assessment which involves an in-depth review of your current symptoms and persona history. Based on the assessment, your chosen therapist will determine the next step and develop the most effective and appropriate treatment plan.

Your first initial visit will also include treatment based on the assessment. Both, Mari and Nicole are certified and trained to perform internal and external procedures. We use throughout the examination PPE and provide our patients with gowns whenever is needed. Visits are conducted in private rooms with one-on-one care only.

Testimonials

I would highly recommend Pillars of Wellness for all of your health needs. The owners and all of the staff care about your health, well being and satisfaction.
Adam W
Burlington Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, Occupational Therapy
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2021-01-22T08:52:54+00:00
I would highly recommend Pillars of Wellness for all of your health needs. The owners and all of the staff care about your health, well being and satisfaction. Adam W
I've been to a few clinics and this is by far the best. After a car accident I was in very bad shape. Lori and the team helped me get the right treatments, supporting me both physically and mentally to get better. Thank you Pillars of Wellness!
Kauthar A
Burlington Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, Occupational Therapy
5
2021-01-22T08:54:56+00:00
I've been to a few clinics and this is by far the best. After a car accident I was in very bad shape. Lori and the team helped me get the right treatments, supporting me both physically and mentally to get better. Thank you Pillars of Wellness! Kauthar A
Excellent team. Friendly, knowledgeable and a very professional service
Susan P
Burlington Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, Occupational Therapy
5
2021-01-22T08:57:19+00:00
Excellent team. Friendly, knowledgeable and a very professional service Susan P
5
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Burlington Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, Occupational Therapy

Frequently Asked Questions

What Should I Expect On My First Session?
Your Pelvic Physiotherapist will start off by collecting a detailed history of your symptoms. She will then ask about many other potential symptoms that often go with pelvic floor dysfunction. These include questions about sexual function, bladder, bowel, low back, hip and tailbone symptoms. These questions may seem very personal and unrelated, but if there are problems in any of these areas, it is important to tell your therapist as they are often related to pelvic floor dysfunction. Your Pelvic Physiotherapist may ask you to fill out further questionnaires which will give her a better idea of what is contributing to your specific symptoms. Once your Pelvic Physiotherapist has gathered information about your condition, she will begin a physical assessment. These may vary depending on your symptoms, and may not all be completed on the first visit. The physical assessment may include assessment of your low back, SI joints, connective tissue of the abdomen and thighs, and a pelvic floor assessment. A pelvic floor assessment involves an internal exam looking for trigger points in the pelvic floor, and assessing the strength of the pelvic floor. 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. She will explain what changes you should expect to see, and how long you should expect your treatment to take. She will give you time to ask questions.
Is An Internal Examination Required?
An internal examination is the gold standard for assessment and treatment of conditions related to the pelvic floor. Without feeling the muscles, your pelvic floor physiotherapist will be unable to identify if you have trigger points, or if you can contract your pelvic floor effectively. That being said, there are generally many parts of the assessment and treatment that can take place without an internal exam. Some patients have been treated successfully without ever doing an exam. Though the most benefit will be derived if your pelvic floor physiotherapist completes an internal exam, you will still benefit from coming if you are uncomfortable with or unable to have an internal exam.
How Many Sessions Are Required?
This will depend on your condition and its complexity. In general, for simple incontinence or prolapse (without any exacerbating factors), you will require 6-12 treatments. If you have a complex pain issue, this will likely take longer.
Is There Homework To Do Between Sessions?
Yes, there is homework. Some examples of homework you may have include stretches, strengthening exercises or tracking things like bladder or bowel habits, diet, and fluid intake.

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