Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy
At Peak Pilates & Physiotherapy, we are dedicated to treating and preventing bladder, sexual and anorectal problems
What happens with the muscles that we barely exercise? They get weak, right?
That’s why it is so important to take care of our pelvic floor muscles and exercise them in order to prevent problems!
On your first visit, we will spend time gathering information about your specific symptoms and you as a whole in order to develop an individualised and successful treatment plan for you. On this one-on-one visit you will receive optimal
care designed specifically for you and your goals.
Urinary Incontinence in men and women
Urgent need to urinate
Recurrent urinary tract infections
Because of a dysfunctional pelvic floor, we can develop a multitude of dysfunctions, from urine and gas leak in pregnancy, postpartum, post-surgery or during life, to constipation, difficulty urinating, injury in childbirth and prolapses of internal organs, pain, discomfort, and other problems in sexual intercourse.
That is why a healthy and functional pelvic floor is so important for our well-being, it does not matter the age.
The physiotherapist experienced in this area performs the assessment, treatment, and prevention of pelvic dysfunctions, offering several benefits, such as:
•Gaining bladder and bowel control
•Improved sexual health
•Facilitation of vaginal delivery and prevention of pregnancy complications
•Decreased pelvic pain
Our Pelvic floor rehabilitation is individualized and tailored to your own needs after a complete and thorough assessment.
Do you want to know more about it? Please get in touch by email or phone and we will be happy to talk to you!
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Pelvic Health Physiotherapy Auckland
Pelvic health physiotherapy is a specialised branch of physiotherapy that focuses on assessing and treating pelvic floor disorders. The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that support the bladder, bowel, uterus, and vagina. It also plays an important role in sexual function, continence, and core stability.
Pelvic floor disorders can affect both men and women of all ages. It can cause symptoms like urinary incontinence, faecal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain, and sexual dysfunction.
Peak Pilates has a team of pelvic health physiotherapists who can help you with any of these issues with pelvic floor physio Auckland. They have undergone additional post-graduate training to enable them to effectively assess and treat the unique issues women and men encounter with respect to pain, function, and the pelvic floor.
We offer pelvic floor muscle training and pelvic floor physiotherapy, which involves teaching you how to contract and relax your pelvic floor muscles correctly and effectively. It can help you improve your strength, endurance, and coordination of your pelvic floor muscles and prevent or treat incontinence, prolapse, or pain. In addition to this, you can also benefit from biofeedback. It involves using a device that measures the electrical activity of your pelvic floor muscles and gives you feedback on a screen or a sound. It can help you learn how to control your pelvic floor muscles better and achieve optimal function.
Our experts will also consider manual therapy, which uses a hands-on technique to release any tightness or tension in your pelvic floor muscles or connective tissues. It can also help you reduce pain, improve blood flow, and restore mobility.
To learn more about pelvic health physiotherapy in Auckland, contact our experts today!