20 Jun 2016

Improve Your Bottom Line…World Incontinence Week June 20-26 2016

This may seem like a strange thing to dedicate a whole week of the year towards! Did you know 1 in 4 people suffer from bladder and bowel incontinence and don’t realise there is a lot that can be done about it? Luckily there is a lot that can be done to help as it […]

17 Mar 2016

Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP)

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What is Pelvic Organ Prolapse? Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) is the lowering of any of the organs in the pelvic cavity including the bladder, bowel, uterus or intestines. Common Symptoms? POP is often associated with the feeling of heaviness or fullness in the vagina or even a bulge at the vaginal entrance. POP can bring […]

10 Mar 2016

Endometriosis – How Can A Women’s Health Physiotherapist Help?

  Endometriosis affects 10% of women worldwide. The most common symptoms can range from moderate to severe pelvic pain, low back pain, heavy periods as well as bladder symptoms such as frequency, pain passing bowel motions and painful intercourse. Infertility can be a problem in 30% of women with endometriosis though this can be for […]

3 Jul 2015

POP! (Pelvic Organ Prolapse)

Do you ever think…”I’ve had a baby and things just don’t feel normal ‘down there’ since?!?” As a generation, we as women are getting better about talking about issues around sex, continence, miscarriages, the not so fabulous parts of child bearing. However, there are a few things that we still need to work on. Pelvic […]

23 Jun 2015

Tell Someone Who Cares…World Incontinence Week June 22-28 2015

This may seem like a strange thing to dedicate a whole week of the year towards, however 1 in 4 people suffer from bladder and bowel incontinence and don’t realise there is a lot that can be done about it, BUT it won’t get better on its own! Bladder and bowel control problems are not […]

15 Apr 2015

Exercise After Baby

Keen to get back into exercise post babies and not sure what to do? Worried about your pelvic floor and heard about prolapse? Don’t let leakage or embarrassment stop you from starting exercise! Some basic rules I would advise you to follow when getting back into exercise post birth are: Learn what your pelvic floor […]

21 Mar 2014

Women’s Health Physiotherapy

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Women’s Health Physiotherapy

Our Women’s Health Physiotherapist, Bonnie, specialises in the management of conditions unique to women.

2 Jun 2011

Lift it Ladies!

Most women have heard of the pelvic floor and been told to do their daily ‘exercises, but the importance of the pelvic floor muscles is often overlooked until people experience problems after giving birth or later in life. Below is a brief introduction to the pelvic floor so, whether you have problems or not, you […]