Physiotherapy, or physio as it is most commonly called, is a health profession which is aimed at the assessment, maintenance and restoration of the physical function and performance of the body.
The pelvic floor consists of a group of muscles that lie at the base of the pelvis. These muscles act like a hammock, attaching from your tail bone (coccyx) at the back, to the pubic bone at the front and to the sitting bones at the sides of your pelvis.
Pregnancy Physiotherapy Services provide the clinical skills and knowledge our trained physiotherapists have to assess and treat pregnant women who present with physical difficulties, weakness and pain in any part of their body during their pregnancy.
Postnatal Physiotherapy Services are provided by our experienced physiotherapists who have empathy and the clinical skills to assist mums with physical difficulties, weakness and pain in any part of their body. Of course, we also see postnatal women who have no particular issue.
Musculoskeletal refers to muscle, tendon, fascia, joint, ligament and nerve tissue. Injuries to these soft tissues can result in one or more of the following occurring:
With clinical experience, continuing education and keeping up to date with research, our physiotherapists have developed clinical Pilates exercise classes, beneficial to women in all their life stages.
Dry needling is the insertion of very fine, single use, sterile, acupuncture needles into myofascial trigger points. The diagnosis of trigger points relies on the physiotherapist’s skilled examination of muscle.