Pelvic Health Physiotherapy

Improved Pelvic Health for Everyone

Our experienced physiotherapists offer specialised treatment for pelvic floor disorders impacting men, women, and children. If you're experiencing pain, incontinence, or other pelvic health issues, we provide customised assessments and treatments to help you find relief and restore function.

Female Pelvic Health Physiotherapy

We understand the sensitive and often challenging nature of women's pelvic health conditions. We offer expert assessment and personalised treatment for a wide range of issues including:

Bladder and Bowel Concerns
Stress, urge, and mixed incontinence, overactive bladder, fecal incontinence, constipation.

Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Bladder Prolapse (Cystocele), Uterine Prolapse, Rectal Prolapse (Rectocele)

Pelvic Pain
Vulvodynia, vaginismus, dyspareunia (painful intercourse), pelvic girdle pain, coccydynia (tailbone pain), endometriosis, post-surgical pain.

Pregnancy and Postpartum Recovery
Diastasis recti (abdominal separation), low back pain, pelvic girdle pain, pelvic floor dysfunction, preparation for birth, postpartum recovery of core strength and function

Menopause-Related Changes
Incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, osteoporosis, dyspareunia

Male Pelvic Health Physiotherapy

Many men experience pelvic health issues but they often suffer in silence. We understand that these challenges can be sensitive and difficult to discuss. Our physiotherapists offer a confidential and compassionate environment to help you regain control and improve your quality of life.

Our pelvic health physiotherapy team offers confidential and effective treatment for a wide range of conditions including:

Bladder and Bowel Problems
Urinary incontinence (stress, urge, mixed), overactive bladder, fecal incontinence, constipation.

Pelvic Pain
Persistent pelvic pain, pain in the groin, genitals, or rectum, post-surgical pain.

Prostate Health
Pre and post-prostatectomy care, chronic prostatitis.

Sexual Function
Erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, painful intercourse, Peyronie's disease.

Paediatric Pelvic Health

At PhysioCentral, we provide specialised physiotherapy to address a range of pelvic health concerns in children.

Our physiotherapists offer personalised assessment and treatment plans, using age-appropriate techniques and exercises to help children achieve optimal bladder and bowel function. We are committed to empowering your child and your family through this journey.

Our pelvic health physiotherapists provide a safe and understanding space to address conditions such as:

Daytime Wetting & Bedwetting (Enuresis)
Help children achieve bladder control through tailored strategies.

Constipation & Fecal Incontinence (Encopresis)
Support healthy bowel habits and prevent accidents.

Urinary Urgency & Frequency
Reduce the need for frequent restroom trips and manage overactive bladder symptoms.

Pelvic Pain
Address discomfort and pain in the lower abdomen or pelvic area.

Our Kid-Friendly Approach:

  • No Internal Exams: We focus on external assessment and gentle techniques.

  • Playful Exercises: Engaging activities help strengthen pelvic floor muscles and improve coordination.

  • Surface EMG (SEMG): This technology provides a fun and visual way for kids to connect with their pelvic floor muscles. They'll see how their muscles work through the use of games to help them with their muscle activation and coordination.

  • Education and Support: We work with you and your child to understand their body and develop healthy habits that are realistic and meaningful to them.

  • Empowering the Child and Family:  Our goal is to work as a team so that parents and children can overcome challenges, gain confidence, and experience a better quality of life.

Understanding Internal Pelvic Exams in Physiotherapy

Professional and Respectful 

While internal pelvic exams might sound daunting, they can be a valuable assessment tool for pelvic health physiotherapists to evaluate strength, coordination, and identify areas of tension in the pelvic floor. 

Exams are always performed in a private, comfortable environment with your full consent. We'll explain every step and only proceed with your full understanding and consent. Alternate external options for assessment can also be offered. Our experienced physiotherapists will always prioritise your comfort and well-being.