We are here to help women through all life stages - the young woman, the childbearing years, peri and post menopause and after gynaecological, cancer and pelvic floor surgery.
Our highly experienced staff are able to understand your health and what your body needs, so that you can feel better day-to-day and/or make a speedy recovery from surgery. We understand that consulting about pelvic health may be embarrassing for some women but rest assured that our spaces and pelvic floor physios are always comforting and non-judgemental. At Pilates Physio Style, our goal is to support you, make you feel good and have a better understanding of your body.
Our experienced physiotherapists will welcome you with a one-on-one session, which allows us to listen to you and gain a better understanding of your pelvic health. We understand that every person’s body is different, which is why a thorough initial assessment is undertaken to truly understand what your body may need. Your initial assessment may involve an internal examination, or an assessment using real time ultrasound, or both. Our pelvic health physios will be able to guide you to the right program based on your assessment, where you’ll be able to receive the best outcomes for your pelvic health and pelvic floor muscles.
Speaking with the pelvic health physios at Pilates Physio Style, will allow you to receive an incredible understanding of your body and why it may be reacting the way it is. Our pelvic health physios will show you using models and pictures everything you need to know about the health of your pelvis and your pelvic floor. You will usually be given pelvic floor exercises to continue at home between visits, helping you take control and improve your pelvic health symptoms.
We can help with problems related to:
If possible, please come to your appointment with a comfortable full bladder. This will allow the use of real time ultrasound to assessment your pelvic floor lift and your bladder volumes if appropriate. For a complete assessment, a digital vaginal and/or rectal examination may be proposed. This examination helps to thoroughly identify to what extent your pelvic floor muscles contribute to your problem/s and helps to prescribe the most effective treatment based on examination findings.
The treating Physiotherapist will explain what happens during the examination. You will be given time to consider whether to have this examination or not, and to ask questions about the procedure. You do not have to have an internal examination if you do not want it. The treating physiotherapist can continue the treatment using real time ultrasound; however, the treatment may not be as beneficial as the treatment you have following the internal examination.
There should be no discomfort during the examination, you are always in 100% of control and can cease the assessment or treatment at any time.
Your initial appointment will be approximately one hour.
We also offer: