Your pelvic floor muscles support your internal organs. When these muscles weaken, you may experience issues with your pelvic organs (bladder, bowel, and reproductive organs). Working with a physiotherapist can help you strengthen your pelvic floor and improve the overall health of your pelvic organs. A physiotherapist can help you manage the following conditions:
Pre and post-natal pelvic floor muscle training can be effective in decreasing pain and urinary incontinence. A pelvic floor muscle exercise program can be done before and after prostate surgery to improve recovery. Physiotherapy can also improve recovery from prolapse and prevent issues from reoccurring. Sexual desire/interest, arousal, orgasm, and sexual pain are the four main categories of sexual dysfunction; pelvic floor physiotherapy can help to improve the sexual health of women and men. Some bowel and bladder issues may also be treated with pelvic floor physiotherapy. If you are experiencing any of these issues, don’t hesitate to talk to a healthcare professional to see if pelvic floor physiotherapy is right for you!
At Human Integrated Performance, we understand that discussing issues with your pelvic floor can be a sensitive subject. Our physiotherapists uphold high standards of professionalism and empathy to ensure that you can get help without feeling embarrassed. Pelvic floor issues are too often underreported and left unmanaged because individuals feel uncomfortable discussing their issues.
We work with several providers to give you access to direct billing. Some of our direct billing partners include: