Pelvic Health Physiotherapy

The pelvic floor is made up of three layers of muscles that connect from the pubic bone at the front of the pelvis to the tailbone at the back of the pelvis. They also connect side-to-side from one sitz bone to another creating a bowl at the bottom of the trunk to support all of our important abdominal and pelvic organs. This includes the bladder, bowel and in women, the uterus. The pelvic floo... Read More

The pelvic floor is made up of three layers of muscles that connect from the pubic bone at the front of the pelvis to the tailbone at the back of the pelvis. They also connect side-to-side from one sitz bone to another creating a bowl at the bottom of the trunk to support all of our important abdominal and pelvic organs. This includes the bladder, bowel and in women, the uterus. The pelvic floor muscles assist with bowel, bladder and sexual function and serve as the base of the group of muscles referred to as the “core”. The pelvic floor muscles work with the deep abdominal muscles, deep back muscles and diaphragm to stabilize and support the spine. They also help control the pressure inside the abdomen to moderate downward forces when you lift or strain, such as during exercise.
Pelvic health physiotherapy is the first line of defence for individuals experiencing pelvic floor dysfunction. Pelvic pain and dysfunction impact a person’s well-being and quality of life, making pelvic physiotherapy a vital service.​
Pelvic floor physiotherapists are Registered Physiotherapists who are specially trained to use internal (vaginal and rectal) hands-on techniques to provide the gold-standard method of pelvic floor muscle evaluation and treatment. When the pelvic floor muscles are assessed and treated this way the results are readily apparent.


Massage Therapy

A Massage by our Registered Massage therapist can be used to obtain a moment of complete relaxation, or it can be used to reduce muscle tension or provide relief from persistent pain conditions. Massage therapy during the prenatal and postpartum period is extremely beneficial for aches and pains and general well-being. Studies on Registered Massage therapy demonstrate that it is an effective t... Read More

A Massage by our Registered Massage therapist can be used to obtain a moment of complete relaxation, or it can be used to reduce muscle tension or provide relief from persistent pain conditions. Massage therapy during the prenatal and postpartum period is extremely beneficial for aches and pains and general well-being.
Studies on Registered Massage therapy demonstrate that it is an effective treatment for reducing stress, pain, and muscle tension. The use of proper massage therapy techniques help provide nourishing stimulation to your achy muscles or obtain relief from chronic pain, as well as provide the blood flow to help remove toxins and waste through blood and lymph tissue. A therapeutic massage can enhance your overall sense of emotional and physical well-being!


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