Some women experience low back and pelvic pain during and after their pregnancy.
This may be associated with joint laxity, postural weakness and pelvic floor changes.
Susie and her team have worked with 100’s of ladies over 25 years to achieve pain free lives, with functional control and strength for all their daily activities.
Our physiotherapists will assess and treat you and offer our best advice to you. This may include Physio manual therapy treatments for pain and difficulty moving. We often follow with targeted exercise rehab to get you back to your lifestyle of choice. This involves Pilates based specific strengthening exercises in the fully equipped studio. We help you to improve your posture and movement patterns to prevent pain returning. We want to partner with you to allow you to return to life and exercise in a way that is safe for your body.
If you have concerns about the strength of your pelvic floor, or are experiencing difficulty with your bladder control, we can offer an indirect measure of pelvic floor lift via suprapubic bladder neck view real time ultrasound biofeedback assessment and specific exercises for the condition. We also refer on to a women’s health Physiotherapist at our premises to help you, as a more specific pelvic floor muscle assessment and advice may be needed. We can work with the woman’s health physio to treat urgency, urge incontinence, over active bladder and pelvic pain.
Specific physiotherapy treatments at Activate Physio may include:
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