New Baby?

Post-natal physio exercises at Physiotherapy for Women can help improve how you move and increase your ability to carry out everyday functions as a mum.

Neck Pain or Injury?

Neck pain is often the result of poor posture and modern lifestyle factors such as computer and office work, study and reading.

Bladder Control a Challenge?

Good bladder control depends on strong pelvic floor muscles. Don’t let bladder control issues hold you back. Ask us how we can help.


Physiotherapy for Women, established in 2000, is a unique women’s health and pelvic health physiotherapy clinic in Adelaide, offering a wide range of skills and years of clinical experience.

Our highly trained, female physiotherapists are committed to pursuing excellence in the assessment and treatment process of every client’s presentation. Our generous consultation times allow the therapist to listen to every client’s goal, enabling the client and physio to work together in setting the appropriate management plan.  

We value our reception staff as a key part of our team approach in the clinic, where good communication, empathy, warmth and a big smile are a vital part of our success in promoting women’s health in every life stage.


The pelvic floor muscles are a group of muscles that sit like a trampoline at the bottom of the pelvic floor. They stretch from your tail bone at the back to the pubic bone.

Physiotherapy or physio as it is most commonly called is a profession which is aimed at the assessment, maintenance, and restoration of the physical function and performance.

Obstetricians and medical carers often refer a pregnant woman to Physiotherapy for Women for our clinical appraisal and treatment. However, any pregnant women can seek out our Physiotherapy Pregnancy Services as a medical referral is not required.

Our physiotherapists have empathy and the clinical skills to assist new mums in the particular challenges they face following the birth of their child.


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