Who is it for?
Pelvic floor physiotherapy is most commonly helpful for anyone with Chronic/Acute Back/Pelvic pain, Incontinence, Bladder Leakage, Before During or After Pregnancy, Abdominal, Gastroenterological, Prostate, Urological, or Gynecological surgical recovery, Testicular pain, Erectile dysfunction and more.
To find out if Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy could fit into your treatment plan, schedule an appointment today
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What is Pelvic Floor Therapy?
The muscles that control you core stability, bladder, birthing and sexual function are all found in the same place in your body: the base of the spine. It’s not uncommon for these muscles to tense up and wrap themselves around your urethra, rectum, or vagina. They are meant to act like a hammock for the bladder, uterus, prostate, and rectum.
How is it Different?
Pelvic Floor physiotherapy may use a multitude of treatments methods including laser, acupuncture or hands on therapy. Treatment may require both external and internal work to the affected area.
A practitioner uses a manual technique to create tension in a muscle to break up fascial adhesion and scar tissues that result from injuries.
Acupuncture involves using fine, sterile needles to penetrate the surface of the skin in order to encourage a healing response for pain and a broad range of conditions.
Chiropractic Therapy is a hands-on treatment which uses spinal manipulation to treat a range of musculoskeletal complaints. Our therapists use Chiropractic
A therapist applies instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization that is used to break down scar tissue and tensions in scar tissue and muscles.
IV Therapy bypasses the digestive tract to ensure a 100% absorption of nutrients. For example, Vitamin C delivered through an IV infusion is absorbed 20 times more than
A therapist uses performance tape to give support to muscles and joints while allowing the body and muscles to move without restricted movement.
A therapist uses laser light to stimulate natural healing processes. Painless targeting a variety of pain syndromes, injuries, wounds, and fractures. Included with a regular
A practitioner of deep tissue massage applies firm pressure and slow strokes to reach deeper layers of muscle and fascia. Deep tissue massage is a proven therapy for sore
Naturopathic practitioners conduct intensive medical history research to formulate an individualized treatment plan. Some therapies include nutrition and lifestyle
A therapist asseses if you can benefit from a customized everyday tool for addressing pain caused by muscle inhibition sourced in bad posture and other bad habits.
Osteopathy is a manual form of therapy that emphasizes the relationship between the structure and function of the human body. This therapy follows
The muscles that control you core stability, bladder, birthing and sexual function are all found in the same place in your body: the base of the spine. It’s not uncommon
Physiotherapy focuses on using movement to rehabilitate and strengthen the body in order to improve physical well-being following disease or injury.
Sometimes also called Non-Surgical Ligament, Tendon or Joint Reconstruction Therapy, the treatment involves a very directed injection to an injury site.
A therapist utilized high-energy sound waves with this highly effective non surgical treatment for acute and chronic pain in the muscles and tendons
A practitioner applies adjustments gently manipulate the spine to relieve pain and promote an optimal healing environment for bulging, degenerating, or herniated discs.