Women's Health 

As a conservative estimate there are around 14 million people in the UK today with some form of bladder problem. Shockingly 1 in 3 women experience Women’s Health problems during their lifetime. However many tolerate these problems, often for years, either too embarrassed to seek help or unaware that there are treatments available. Children can suffer with bladder and bowel related problems too. 
We can help you. It often just takes some specialist treatment and training to cure the problem, and that is what we can offer with years of experience and specialist training. Women's Health Physiotherapy provides confidential assessments and Specialist Treatment modalities. 
Who do we treat? 
Women and Children 
What do we treat? 
Bladder problems 
Frequency passing urine – going to the toilet to pass urine more than 6-8 times a day 
Urgency, urge incontinence/overactive bladder – a sudden compelling urge to pass urine, and maybe leaking on the way to the toilet 
Stress urinary incontinence - e.g. coughing, sneezing, shouting, laughing, lifting, bending 
Nocturia – getting up in the night 
Nocturnal enuresis – bed wetting 
Bowel problems 
Faecal urgency and/or incontinence – a sudden strong urge to open your bowels, and/or not making it to the toilet and losing stool 
Difficulty controlling wind 
Constipation – an enormous problem that many people suffer with for years - you can be helped 
Gynaecological problems 
Pelvic organ prolapse (bladder, bowel or uterus) 
Rehabilitation after gynaecological surgery, including hysterectomy 
Vaginismus and vulval pain 
Pelvic pain 
Pelvic pain is often associated with overactive pelvic floor muscles. When the muscles are tight there are often active trigger points. The pain can be widespread throughout the pelvis or localized to one spot.  
Pelvic pain can be due to: 
Trauma to the pelvic floor during childbirth or other pelvic surgery 
Chronic constipation 
Adhesions following surgery 
Overactive the pelvic floor muscles 
Direct trauma to the pelvic floor 
Injury to the bony pelvis 
Following infection, ie bladder infection 
No known cause 
Conditions treated: 
Pelvic floor / perineal pain 
Urethral / vaginal / rectal pain 
Lower abdominal pain 
Myofascial Pain 
Connective tissue Pain 
Interstitial cystitis 
Pudendal neuralgia. 
Coccydynia / pelvic dysfunction 
Treatment includes assessment of the pelvis, the perineum, the pelvic floor, the abdomen  
Trigger point release 
Connective tissue release 
Manual therapy of the pelvis 
Pelvic Floor Muscle re-education 
Realtime Ultrasound to assess the pelvic floor muscles and for Biofeedback 
Postural re-education 
Postnatal MOT 
Post op breast surgery following breast cancer 
Shoulder mobility exercises, myofascial release and trigger point release 
Scar massage and myofascial release 
Release of cording – axillary web syndrome. 
Please don't suffer in silence 
Treatments Available 
Real-time ultrasound scanning for pelvic floor muscle assessment and biofeedback 
Directed pelvic floor muscle retraining 
Bladder training 
Fluid / diet advice for bladder and bowel issues 
Computerised Biofeedback 
Electrical Stimulation for the pelvic floor muscles 
Vaginal cones 
Vaginal dilators 
Connective tissue treatments 
Pelvic floor muscle and perineal trigger point release 
Myofascial release 
Post-natal six week MOT. Have you ever considered how well your pelvic floor muscles are REALLY working? Come and have an assessment with the Realtime Ultrasound to check your pelvic floor and see that you are actually doing your exercise correctly. 
Confidential individual treatment programmes 
Pilates classes and one to one 
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