However many tolerate these problems, often for years, either too embarrassed to seek help or unaware that there are treatments available.
Women’s health physiotherapy can improve the quality of women’s lives by empowering them to take control of their problems.
In fact research-based evidence and government health guidelines recommend supervised pelvic floor muscle training as a first-line course of action to treat urinary incontinence.
Women's health physiotherapy relates to treatment and prevention of specific conditions that affect women throughout all stages of life.
This includes conditions such as incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, sexual pain and dysfunction, pregnancy related issues such as pelvic girdle pain, wrist pain, carpal tunnel and mastitis.
The primary goal of Physiotherapy is to facilitate recovery from any pain or dysfunction caused by a musculoskeletal injury. This means any issues caused by muscle, joint or nerve problems.