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Action Physiothrapy

St. John's Pelvic Health Physiotherapy Experts

Physiotherapy for the pelvic floor assists in the treatment of problems or conditions affecting bladder, bowel and sexual function. The muscles of the pelvic floor extend from the tailbone to the pubic bone. These muscles support the hips, lower back and the pelvic organs, which include the uterus, bladder and rectum.

Pelvic health plays an important role in physical, mental, and sexual well-being. Our expert therapist Andrea Jones will assist you in achieving better bowel or bladder retraining.

Pelvic health plays an important role in physical, mental, and sexual well-being. Our expert therapist Andrea Jones will assist you in achieving better bowel or bladder retraining.

The pelvic floor muscles are just like the muscles in the rest of the body. They can experience dysfunction and become injured, tight or weak. This dysfunction can be the result of many issues such as but not limited to:

  • Pregnancy
  • Delivery
  • Menopause
  • Hormonal Changes
  • Surgery
  • Trauma
  • Repeated Infections involving the pelvis
  • Gastrointestinal issues and
  • Exercise stress

A problem can arise due to issues involving any of these concerns and can result in urinary incontinence, urgency, constipation, pelvic organ prolapses, sexual dysfunction and pelvic pain disorders.

Due to the intimate nature of conditions involving the pelvic floor, they often go unrecognized and under treated. However, a Registered Physiotherapist with specialized training in Women’s and Pelvic Health can help to successfully treat these conditions.

Various physiotherapy treatment techniques including biofeedback, neuromuscular stimulation, internal palpation and manual treatment techniques of the pelvic floor musculature, strengthening and re-education of the pelvic floor muscles, are proven to be effective in treating problems involving the pelvic floor.

Physiotherapy can be an effective treatment option to help improve the quality of life of women experiencing problems that involve the pelvis.

If you have an interest in seeking treatment for any of the conditions that involve the pelvis or have any questions or concerns that you would like to discuss, our experienced and specialized educated staff would be happy to assist you with your healthcare needs.

Get in Touch Via Email Or Call Us At 709-701-9876 To Book An Appointment

Pelvic Physiotherapy Assessment

$95.00
  • Follow-up-Treatment - $85.00

Women's Health Expert 

Andrea Deacy, Registered Massage Therapist at Action Physiotherapy,St. John's

Andrea Jones, Registered Physiotherapist

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