Women’s Health Physiotherapy

Women’s Health Physiotherapy, also known as pelvic health physiotherapy, plays a crucial role in helping women achieve optimal physical well-being and restore function.

We specialise in pelvic floor assessment, providing expert guidance and therapies for pelvic floor health. Whether you’re experiencing discomfort, pain, urinary leaking, pelvic organ prolapse, sexual dysfunction or simply want to maintain a healthy pelvic floor, we are here to help.

Pelvic Floor Assessment:

Comprehensive evaluation of your pelvic floor muscles.

Assessment of muscle strength, tone, and coordination.

Identification of any issues or dysfunction

Then we could have Prenatal Physio, Postnatal Physio and Menopause physio after this.


Physiotherapy can support both physical and emotional health of pregnant women.

During pregnancy, the body undergoes significant changes, including hormonal, mechanical and postural changes. These can lead to various physical issues such as back pain, pelvic pain, and urinary incontinence and can aggravate old injuries. Prenatal physiotherapy can help to alleviate these symptoms and improve overall physical function during pregnancy and after delivery.


  • Pain management – pelvic pain, lower back pain, joint or muscular pain
  • Postural re-education
  • Pelvic floor retraining
  • Preparation for childbirth
  • Faster recovery after childbirth


After giving birth, woman’s body will go through a time of healing and recovery while it also adjusts to the physical demands of motherhood. 

Post natal physiotherapy can help mothers to recover and improve their physical function, quality of life and overall well-being.


  • Pelvic floor rehabilitation
  • Abdominal muscle rehabilitation
  • Scar management
  • Pain management – existing muscle, joint or nerve pain or pain that may arise during the postpartum period
  • Support of breastfeeding
  • Return to exercise safely

Please Note: Between 6-10 weeks it is recommended to have a postnatal check-up with a specialist physiotherapist to ensure that mothers receive the support and treatment they need during this critical recovery time.


Emsculpt Neo’s unique approach goes beyond traditional core exercises, engaging muscles in ways that foster true strength. Strengthening your core muscles provides a solid foundation for everyday movements, helping you maintain proper posture and support for your spine.

What does a post-natal checkup involve?

  • Detailed history taking
  • Postural assessment: after 40 weeks of gestation body’s posture changes so it is important to assess how to minimise mechanical stress associated with these changes
  • Abdominal assessment: identify presence of any diastasis recti (separation of the abdominal muscles)
  • Strength & Functional assessment: muscle assessment to identify areas of weakness that should be strengthened before exercise.
  • Optional Pelvic floor assessment: intravaginal examination to assess pelvic floor muscle function and check if present any dysfunctions. 
  • Emotional wellbeing assessment


Pelvic health during menopause is a topic of importance as hormonal changes and aging can have various effects on the pelvic floor.

Remember that each woman’s experience of menopause and its impact on pelvic health can vary. It’s essential to consult with a healthcare provider who specializes in women’s health to address any specific concerns or symptoms you may have and to develop a personalized plan for maintaining pelvic health during menopause.

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