Women’s/Men’s Pelvic Health

Women’s and Men’s Pelvic health physio is the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction and disorders including incontinence, prolapse and treatment for pain or pelvic floor symptoms during and after pregnancy. While pregnancy and childbirth are very common causes of urinary incontinence they are not the only risk.

If you answer yes to any of these questions, you should book an appointment with our Pelvic Health physiotherapists.

Do you feel like you have never quite recovered fully since childbirth?

Do you suffer with involuntary urine leakage with no control or with impact activities?

Do you have a heaviness feeling with weight bearing?

Common conditions we treat:

Stress incontinence – the loss of small amounts of urine with effort or physical activity (e.g coughing or jumping).

Urge incontinence – a sudden, uncontrollable urge to pass urine which can lead to involuntary loss of urine before you make it to the toilet.

Pelvic organ prolapse – a prolapse occurs when the organs drop from their usual position due to a stretch or weakening of the supportive structures. Often a dragging or heaviness can be felt.

Pre- and post-natal – pregnancy and childbirth can increase stress and strain on your back, pelvis, and pelvic floor and abdominal muscles. Pelvic girdle pain, abdominal muscle separation or pelvic floor muscle dysfunction are common conditions during this time.

Post-surgeryprostate surgery and hysterectomy are common surgeries that have an impact on the pelvic floor and/or abdominals

Physiotherapy Treatment

  • Improving control of your bladder and bowel
  • Pelvic floor muscle strengthening
  • Education and advice
  • Bladder retraining
  • Preventing and reducing incontinence
  • Techniques for managing urgency
  • Advice on lifestyle changes
  • Manual therapy and massage during pregnancy
  • Pre and post natal pilates
  • Core stabilisation re-training

Amelia and Jodi are our Pelvic and senior physiotherapists.

Amelia and Jodi are our Pelvic Health Physiotherapists, and work across all three of our Physio Mechanics sites in Karaka, Takanini and Pukekohe. They have completed post graduate study in assessing and treating these conditions, and continue to see great results, changing lives everyday!

Physiotherapy is a recommended first line of treatment for urinary incontinence and has been proven to be very effective in reducing symptoms and improving bladder control.

We are happy to answer any further questions, and find out if this is the right service for your needs. So please get in touch today!

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Our Promise To You

We get to the source of your symptoms

and treat the cause through a multidisciplinary approach. This prevents reoccurences and provides long term prevention, rather than just treating the symptoms alone

Long opening hours.

We realise everyone has busy schedules and we don’t want this to get in the way of getting yourself fit, healthy and injury free, so we open 6 days a week outside of business hours.

100% satisfaction guarantee.

At Physio Mechanics, we stand by our service and expertise of all our staff. We believe that after your first assessment and treatment, you will truly be satisfied with your experience, if not it will be free of charge.

You are individual, we recognize this

and tailor a treatment plan specific to you. Everyone has different injuries, symptoms and goals, therefore we provide individualised treatment.

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we are so different from any
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