Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy
We are proud to be a complete pelvic floor clinic offering cutting-edge technological advances with a holistic approach. Though we offer many treatments using our revolutionary laser technology, we also specialize in traditional pelvic floor physiotherapy. At Protea Pelvic Floor Clinic we offer the best of both worlds to help treat pelvic floor challenges, such as urinary incontinence, pelvic discomfort or pain (such as during intercourse), pelvic floor rehabilitation and all other pelvic floor dysfunction and issues.
Pelvic floor physiotherapy includes educating, assessing and providing treatment plans to those who need it. We work to strengthen important muscles used to control an urge to urinate or defecate and support the uterus, bladder and rectum to help treat, or prevent prolapse, incontinence or other problems. Sometimes the problem is too 'tight' muscles and doing 'Kegel's' on your own might be exactly the wrong thing to do. Our pelvic floor physiotherapists are true experts in their field so you can rest assured that they will recommend and provide the best treatment plan to support you.
We all know about the benefits of exercise which is why we take that concept and apply it to your pelvic floor muscles. Not only does physiotherapy help to build pelvic floor muscles, it’s especially effective for women with severe pelvic fascia or nerve injuries.
For our highly motivated patients, daily pelvic floor exercises can lead to big improvements, and sometimes even a cure.
Our team of professionals will assess, evaluate and provide the best treatment plan for you.
There can be a significant reduction in the need for surgery for urinary stress incontinence and other conditions after six or more weeks of repeated and properly performed pelvic exercises.
Through our many years of experience and dedication to expert care, we have developed a repertoire of safe, and effective measures to help treat pelvic floor disorders.
Frequently Asked Questions
Urogynecology specialists can conduct precise tests to accurately diagnose pelvic floor dysfunction and symptoms. Our pelvic floor physiotherapists focus on treating women with types of conditions, so they can recommend the most effective treatment for you.
Ask about pelvic floor physiotherapy if you have the following symptoms: pain during urination or when the bladder is full; urine leakage when coughing, sneezing or laughing; a strong urge to urinate yet feeling unable to empty the bladder, bulging/prolapse in the vaginal area, painful intercourse, difficulty with the evacuation of the bladder or bowel, and/or recent or previous pelvic floor surgery.
The cost for Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy is $180 for an Initial assessment of 60 minutes and $150 for follow-up appointments, which are also 60 minutes in length. These prices include any applicable taxes.