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Women’s Health, Men’s Health & Pelvic Health

Women's Health Physiotherapy

Continence and Women's Health is a specific area of physiotherapy that requires additional training to provide management of problems that can occur in women throughout life. Louise, Rebecca and Laura have pursued a high level of continuing education and have extensive experience in this area.

Watch our Real Time Ultrasound Video by clicking the link below to get an insight into what is involved in a Women's Health Consultation:

Areas we can help with:

Incontinence and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Bladder Control

  • Stress urinary incontinence (leaking of urine with a cough, sneeze, laugh, exercise etc.)
  • Urgency/ urge incontinence (sudden urge to empty the bladder, possible leaking before reaching the toilet).

Bowel Control

  • Faecal incontinence
  • Functional constipation

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Pelvic Pain

  • Pain in the vulva/vaginal area sometimes related to intercourse


Pregnancy and Postnatal Problems

Pain or lack of stability in the low back, coccyx or pelvic girdle (sacro-iiac joints and pubic symphysis)

  • All our physiotherapists can help with this. Our women's health physios can assess if the pelvic floor is involved in the problem.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Wrist Pain

Abdominal separation (diastasis rectus abdominus)

Ultrasound Therapy for breastfeeding conditions (mastitis, engorgement) or postpartum haemorrhoids

Postnatal Assessment

  • A one hour assessment of abdominal muscle function, pelvic floor muscle function, pelvic control particularly in relation to return to exercise. Any time after 6 weeks postpartum.


Post Mastectomy Problems

Shoulder, chest or upper back stiffness or pain


General exercise advice

Lymphatic drainage (Therapist - Gunda Lehman) 

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Men's Pelvic Health

Pre and post prostatectomy rehabilitiation (Physiotherapists: Louise Henderson, Rebecca Rutherford and Matthew Matson)

  • Learn to do pelvic floor exercises correctly prior to surgery
  • Post-op - advice and guidance on pelvic floor exercises to regain continence and erectile function

Erectile dysfunction  (Physiotherapist Matthew Matson)

  • Pelvic floor muscle exercises along with advice on improving erectile function

Male pelvic pain (Physiotherapist Matthew Matson)

  • Pain in the pelvic and genital region