Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy in Colchester 

Pelvic floor physiotherapy in Colchester is a popular method of treating all types of pelvic pain. While pelvic pain is a relatively common problem, many women suffer with it for years before seeking help and it can significantly affect day to day life. Here at Bodyworks Physiotherapy, we take a holistic approach when assessing our patients which allows us to identify where the pain is originating from as opposed to just treating the symptoms. There are many causes of pelvic pain in women including childbirth, constipation, trauma to the pelvic floor muscles, infection, complications from surgery, and sometimes there may not be a specific known reason for pain in the pelvis. Our experts are highly skilled, qualified, and experienced in all aspects of pelvic physiotherapy in Colchester so get in touch to see how we can help you.. 

Pelvic Physiotherapy in Colchester 

At Bodyworks Physiotherapy, we are able to treat a whole range of conditions including pain in the lower abdomen, vagina, rectum, pelvic floor, and connective tissue as well as cystitis, anismus, vaginismus, vulvodynia, pudendal neuralgia, and many more problems. Our expert physiotherapists will work with you to develop a personalised treatment plan consisting of a combination of the following; acupuncture, real-time ultrasound scanning, trigger point release, connective tissue release, manual therapy, and postural re-education. If you are experiencing any of these problems or symptoms, do not hesitate to get in touch with Bodyworks Physiotherapy. Our pelvic floor physiotherapy in Colchester could be the solution you are looking for! 
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 
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