Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
Our Physiotherapist provides treatment for stress and urge incontinence, post delivery of children, pre and post prostate surgery, and for pelvic pain post trauma. The Physiotherapist will assess your pelvic pain and will use techniques to: stretch painfully contracted muscles, reduce trigger points, strengthen weakened muscles, improve pelvic and lower back posture, and improve motion in related joints. Thirty-nine to sixty-one percent of women experience urinary incontinence during their first pregnancy, and half will remain incontinent at 8 weeks postpartum. One-third of those not incontinent during pregnancy will develop incontinence after childbirth.