Liz, Millie and Chanelle have completed post graduate training in the area of Women’s Health.
They can assess and treat women throughout the lifespan, including the pre and post-natal period, throughout menopause and with symptoms or conditions including:
- Urinary urgency and frequency with or without loss of urine
- Stress urinary incontinence (involuntary loss of urine with activity including coughing, sneezing laughing, changing positions, running, jumping and heavy lifting)
- Bring Your Own Baby (BYOB) exercise classes.
- Pelvic organ prolapse where you may experience heaviness or dragging in the pelvic region
- Pre and post pelvic surgery (such as gynaecological, colorectal and urological)
- Faecal incontinence and urgency
- Pregnancy related musculoskeletal pain
- Post-natal assessment of pelvic floor / core / strength and stability
- Pelvic and sacroiliac joint pain and/or dysfunction.
What to expect at your first appointment for the assessment and treatment of your pelvic floor condition.
You will need to allow 1 hour for your initial consultation.
The physiotherapist will ask many questions about your specific condition, your general health and lifestyle. This is to be able to fully understand your condition and find out what your aim of treatment is. This will be a very thorough assessment and examination. At the end of the assessment, the physiotherapist will work with you to develop an appropriate plan and to set goals for a successful outcome.
Please contact our friendly reception staff if you have any questions.