PELVIC FLOOR, CONTINENCE & PREGNANCY PHYSIOTHERAPY MELBOURNE
At Melbourne Sports Physiotherapy, we pride ourselves on treating the injuries and conditions that we know we are great at treating ourselves. Likewise, when we aren't best suited to treat a particular condition, we refer patients on. For all Pelvic Floor, Pregnancy and Continence related conditions, we highly recommend Melbourne Pregnancy and Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy (MPPP) in East Keilor.
Since 2012, Rebecca Liberatore and Karina Coffey have worked at Melbourne Sports Physiotherapy Essendon as our resident Pelvic Floor Physiotherapists. From July 2017, all Pelvic Floor, Pregnancy and Continence Physiotherapy consultations will cease at Melbourne Sports Physiotherapy, and you will be referred to see Rebecca and Karina at their new rooms at Melbourne Pregnancy and Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy in East Keilor. Click below to be redirected to their website and online booking portal.
PLEASE NOTE: FROM 4th JULY 2017 PELVIC FLOOR PHYSIO IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE AT MELBOURNE SPORTS PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINICS. YOU MUST SEE MELBOURNE PREGNANCY & PELVIC FLOOR PHYSIOTHERAPY AT THEIR ROOMS AT 62 DINAH PDE, EAST KEILOR. PHONE 03 9337 9125.
Incontinence affects the lives of almost 5 million Australians and nearly 2 out 5 women. The good news is that physiotherapy can help. Pelvic Floor, Pregnancy and Continence Physiotherapy is an highly evidence-based, expanding, specialised field of physiotherapy, that involves treating a number of conditions, including Pregnancy Related conditions.
Women's Health Physiotherapy
Below is a list of common conditions that a Pelvic Floor, Pregnancy & Continence Physiotherapist may assist you with:
- Urinary Incontinence
- Urinary Urgency
- Faecal/ Flatal (wind) Incontinence
- Faecal Urgency
- Pelvic Organ Prolapse
- Pelvic Girdle Pain
- Sexual Pain
- Pregnancy related back & pelvic pain
- Pre and Post gynaecological procedures
- Pre and post prostate surgery
- Pelvic Floor weakness
- Women’s Health – General
The MPPP team treat all pregnancy related pain, whether that is ligament damage, sacroiliac pain (SIJ) and pelvic girdle pain. Whilst some of these symptoms are common, especially pre- and post-pregnancy, they are not normal and something can be done to treat them. For further information regarding conditions treated, please call the Melbourne Pregnancy and Pelvic Floor rooms on 0452 036 894.
The video below explains the personal and financial costs to Australians, caused by incontinence, and the world's best practice treatments available that are extremely effective and very simple.