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Pelvic Health Physiotherapy in Tasmania’s North West

Pelvic health physiotherapy in the North West of Tasmania. We treat a range of pelvic conditions including incontinence, prolapse, pregnancy related issues and more.

North West Pelvic Health provides physiotherapy services for a range of pelvic health conditions including incontinence, prolapse, pregnancy related issues and more. Read more

Pelvic Floor Assessment and Exercise Programs

Problems with controlling the pelvic floor muscles are common, especially if you have had children, are overweight, have a history of constipation, lift heavy loads, cough excessively, are older or are transitioning into menopause.

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Physiotherapy and Prostate Surgery

After prostatectomy men usually need to purposely use their pelvic floor muscles to control their bladder. It is easier to learn how to use the muscles before having the surgery - knowing where they are and how to use them correctly will assist with your recovery.

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Physiotherapy for Prolapse

Prolapse happens when ligament and connective tissues (or ‘fascia’) stretch and no longer support the pelvic organs well. In combination with a weak pelvic floor, the pelvic organs may bulge into the vagina.

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Physiotherapy for Bladder and Bowel Issues

Bladder or bowel incontinence means a problem holding your urine or stool, an accidental leakage. Some conditions like dementia can cause bladder and bowel problems due to forgetting where the toilet is or how to take off clothes.

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Mastitis (inflammation of the breast) or blocked ducts can occur when breastfeeding. Blocked ducts can lead to infection which may require antibiotics. Physiotherapy treatment can help clear blocked ducts and reduce inflammation.

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Postnatal Checks

Pregnancy and childbirth cause extensive changes to the body. Regaining fitness and returning to exercise after having a baby can require help from your physiotherapist.

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