Pelvic Health Physiotherapy
Pelvic floor muscles work alongside other key muscles to enable proper support of the lower back, pelvis, bladder and bowel. The muscles of the pelvic floor play a key role in core stability, breathing and posture, as well as the support of the pelvic organs.
At Willow Health, we specialize in Pelvic Health Physiotherapy to treat pelvic health disorders such as incontinence, prolapse and pelvic pain in both men and women. When pelvic floor muscles are weak, or hypotonic, this can lead to supportive disorders such as incontinence and prolapse. When the pelvic floor muscles are shortened, tight, or hypertonic, this can lead to significant and persistent pelvic pain, frequent or urgent voiding, or constipation and retention issues.
Tegan Vermey and Carley Graham, Willow Health’s physiotherapists, use manual techniques, specialized exercises, and lifestyle modifications to successfully re-train pelvic floor muscles.