What Is A Women's Health Physiotherapist?
Whether you have specific needs for pre or postnatal care, or the unique challenges faced with ageing, Rebound Health provides simple and effective solutions for women during all stages of their lives.
Our qualified female Physiotherapists provide professional treatment in a friendly and comfortable environment. Women’s Health Physiotherapy focuses on the treatment of pelvic floor related disorders, such as incontinence and prolapse, by restoring muscle function to the pelvic floor.
With a large percentage of women living with bladder control problems, continence physiotherapy is an ideal way for women to regain control of their pelvic floor.
Pelvic Floor Muscle Training can be effective for:
Bladder / bowel control;
Stress and urge incontinence;
Overactive bladder symptoms;
Your Physiotherapist will give you close instruction to master your pelvic floor muscle activation technique and assistance to steadily advance your progress until your symptoms reduce.
Common causes of pelvic floor muscle weakness are:
Childbirth – particularly following delivery of a large baby or prolonged pushing during delivery;
Constipation (excessive straining to empty your bowel);
Persistent heavy lifting;
Excessive coughing – causing repetitive straining;
Changes in hormonal levels at menopause;
PhysioHealth Prenatal Services
Whether you’re having your first, second or third child, it’s likely you will have your own unique health concerns to deal with. Pregnancy can be a wonderful time and it can also be an uncomfortable one.
Many expectant mothers suffer from:
Tingling hands and
Rebound Health can offer:
A range of effective ways to maintain your fitness during pregnancy;
Treatment for and/or advice on avoiding back pain;
Friendly, confidential advice and treatment for your pregnancy-related health concerns;
Guided exercises to strengthen your pelvic floor to combat incontinence or sexual discomfort;
Postnatal Physiotherapy Services
Rebound Health therapists will help you recover from your pregnancy and labour, guiding you towards appropriate exercise choices to get you back in shape.
You can enjoy both one-on-one sessions with your Physio or attend our classes, offering a safe and fun exercise experience that you can share with your baby.
Our therapists can provide specific advice for returning to sport, with special attention to:
Pelvic floor function and
Prevention of prolapse or
Incontinence symptoms that can arise when exercise is recommenced too soon or incorrectly.
Your Physio will complete an extensive and confidential assessment. This may involve an internal examination or alternatively, a Real-Time Ultrasound can be utilised to image the pelvic floor and give biofeedback for correct muscle activation.