Incontinence treatment

Quite often, women are unaware that they are using the pelvic floor muscles incorrectly, and can actually be contributing to the problem. This is where pelvic floor physiotherapists can help. Pelvic floor physiotherapy can be effective for treating incontinence, prolapse, pre and post-natal physiotherapy, as well as regaining general pelvic floor strength.

  • Any leakage of urine when you cough, sneeze or exercise (stress incontinence)
  • Difficulty controlling your bladder on the way to the toilet (urgency and urge incontinence)
  • Unusually frequent visits to the toilet (urinary frequency)
  • Vaginal heaviness, dragging or a bulge (pelvic organ prolapse)
  • Difficulty emptying your bowel and straining – (obstructed defaecation or constipation)
  • Difficulty keeping tampons in place (pelvic floor muscle laxity)
  • Weak pelvic floor muscles after childbirth
  • Had surgery for incontinence or prolapse and want to prevent further problems
  • Planned surgery for incontinence or prolapse and want to prepare your muscles for it
  • Tried doing pelvic floor exercises but not sure if you are doing them correctly



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