I assess and treat bladder and bowel incontinence. Whether it is a few drops when you cough, sneeze, run or jump, or leaking as you rush to get to a toilet. It is never too late to seek help!
When your bladder is controlling you! The urge to go comes on suddenly, and is impossible to ignore. Or when you feel you are going too many times during the day or night. We can help.
When your bladder, uterus or bowel slips down into or protrudes out of the vagina. Catch it early, watch for feelings of heaviness or dragging in the pelvis. I offer conservative treatment options including vaginal support pessary fitting.
Is an extremely debilitating and painful condition, where muscle spasm contributes significantly to the level of pain experienced. Physiotherapy can assist with reducing the pain by addressing the muscle spasm.
Abdominal muscle separation, when the rectus abdominal muscle bellies are separated from each other. Most commonly occurs during pregnancy. I can teach you how to minimise it occurring in pregnancy, and how to help it after you give birth.
Did you know 50% of people are doing their pelvic floor exercises incorrectly? Don’t be one of them – if you have any concerns, or just want a non-invasive ultrasound scan to check on your technique then get in touch.
I provide education, advice and treatment to help you manage constipation issues.
Is when there is involuntary contraction or spasm of the vaginal muscles, which interfere with intercourse and tampon insertion. I can treat the muscle contraction and spasm to help to decrease the pain experienced.
Are you suffering from pregnancy related neck, back, pelvic or SIJ pain? I know what you’re going through and can help you with this.
Is swelling in parts of the body due to a problem with the lymphatic system. Most commonly occurs following surgery or radiotherapy for cancer treatment. Let me help you to manage the symptoms.
Mastitis is inflammation in the breast in mother’s who are breast-feeding. Physiotherapy can assist in the drainage of the blocked milk ducts.
Pregnant? Recently had a baby? Wanting to know what you can and can’t do? I offer pelvic floor and abdominal muscle assessments to give you personalized exercise advice and guidelines.
If your monthly cramps are causing you to spend the first day or two in bed, I can help you to manage this pain.
Education, lifestyle modifications and pelvic floor physiotherapy are classified as the preferred first and second steps of treatment for IC or bladder pain syndrome.
Discomfort or pain experienced in the vulva (external vaginal opening). I can address the physical sources of pain, and help you to understand the pain mechanism.