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Pelvic Floor Continence Physiotherapy

Pelvic floor & continence physiotherapists have undergone specialist Post Graduate training to become experts in the management of all conditions related to pelvic floor and continence.

When should I see a Pelvic Floor & Continence physiotherapist?

If you experience any of the following, seeing our specialised pelvic floor and continence physiotherapists could help.

  • Urinary incontinence

  • Urinary urgency

  • General Pelvic Floor dysfunction or weakness – male or female

  • Overactive Bladder

  • Faecal or wind incontinence

  • Faecal urgency

  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse

  • Sexual pain

  • Pelvic pain

  • Pre or Post Gynaecological surgery

  • Men both before & after prostate surgery

You’ll receive a full diagnosis and a tailored plan that aims to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles and activate them in order to reduce any symptoms/discomfort from your condition.

Should I see a pelvic floor and continence physiotherapist if I’m pregnant?

Absolutely. Our pelvic floor and continence physiotherapists are trained in dealing with pregnancy and post-natal women as this is a time when the pelvic floor muscles are under pressure.

They can also help with the management of pregnancy related musculoskeletal conditions such as:

  • Pelvic girdle pain (pelvic instability)

  • Pregnancy related back pain/rib pain

  • Abdominal muscle separation (DRAM)

  • Hand and wrist pain associated with pregnancy

For more information on our full range of pre and post natal services visit our pre & post natal health page.


If you want to know more about your Pelvic Floor and Continence Physiotherapist – visit our staff page.


In Stride Health Clinic

Shop 1/2-6 Epsom Road



Ph: (03) 9372 8091

Fax: (03) 9370 2679


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