The pelvic floor plays a vital role in everyday health and well being. It is essential for helping to maintain urinary and fecal continence, supporting the pelvic organs, sexual pleasure, as well as stabilizing your core.
Pregnancy and delivery take a toll on a woman’s body. Seeing a pelvic health physiotherapist in the postpartum period is important for rehabilitation and preventative pelvic health care.
Urinary incontinence — the loss of bladder control — is a common and often embarrassing problem. Statistics show that between 10-30% of women between the ages of 20-55 have experienced urinary incontinence.
Learn how physiotherapy can help.
Myofascial release is a safe and very effective hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the myofascial connective tissue restrictions to he eliminate pain and restore motion.
Learn what conditions can be treated with myofascial release.
Visceral manipulation is a manual therapy technique concerned with mobility restrictions of the abdominal organs (viscera) and the surrounding network of the connective tissue (fascias, omenta, mesantery, etc).
It’s no secret that pregnancy isn’t a walk in the park. Your body experiences dramatic physiological changes.
Prenatal physiotherapy can also be helpful in preparing your body for delivery.
Women often describe this as their post baby “Mommy Pooch". Diastasis recti is the stretching or separation of the abdominal muscles. Learn about the symptoms and how physiotherapy can help.
Oncology rehabilitation can be for patients with any form of cancer. The most common ones seen include breast, gynaecological, throat and neck, and colon cancer.
Learn how physiotherapy can help reduce pain, manage scar tissue, improve mobility and strength.
Cranial Sacral Therapy
Every day you endure stresses, strains or potential injuries that can have an impact on the tissues of the body including the nervous system.
Craniosacral therapy helps to release that tension to allow the entire body to relax and self-correct.