Women’s Physiotherapy

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Women’s Health Physiotherapy

Women's Health Physiotherapy
Womens health Xcel physiotherapists
The Benefits To Women’s Health Physiotherapy

bullet-orange.png Reduce pelvic pain

bullet-orange.png Better sex life

bullet-orange.png Return to daily activities such as fitness

bullet-orange.png Management of menopausal symptoms

bullet-orange.png More comfortable birth

bullet-orange.png Not needing to rely on continence pads

bullet-orange.png Improved bladder control

What conditions can we help with?

bullet-orange.png Pregnancy related musculoskeletal problems, such as back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, sciatica or pelvic pain

bullet-orange.png Pelvic floor dysfunction

bullet-orange.png Bowel dysfunction

bullet-orange.png Bladder dysfunction

bullet-orange.png Pelvic pain

bullet-orange.png Pelvic organ prolapse

bullet-orange.png Incontinence

bullet-orange.png Sexual dysfunction

bullet-orange.png Pre and Post Menopause challenges

bullet-orange.png Sports injury or direct trauma

Physiotherapy for womens health

How can Women’s Physiotherapy help me?

Firstly, to reassure you that you are not alone. There are so many women that could benefit from the help and support that we can provide, but do not feel confident enough to bring this out into the open.


Women’s Physiotherapists have been specially trained to evaluate and treat all of the musculoskeletal issues that can affect women during their lifetimes. They also have a specialised understanding of the differences and the impact of hormones on their treatment and recovery. The concerns that we see are as varied and diverse of the women that have them and can include everybody from young women to post menopausal women.

Physiotherapy can improve the stability of the pelvis, which could help relieve pain and incontinence. This often means that it can prevent the need for surgery or medication.

Our skilled therapists would use a variety of techniques, including, but not limited to manual therapy, exercises and neuromuscular re-education to restore normal joint mobility, improve muscular balance and control and teach new movement patterns. Our focus is on rehabilitation and showing you how you can help yourself, while at the same time preventing any new injuries or problems.

Overall, our Women’s Health Physiotherapists empower women to understand how their bodies work and take charge of their own health.

Women’s Health Physiotherapy in numbers

50% of women who have had children will experience some form of pelvic organ or vaginal prolapse.

1 in 3 women will experience some form of urinary incontinence (a leaky bladder) at some point in their life.

20% of women aged 18-50 will complain of chronic pelvic pain at some point in their life.

60% of women who have not had children will have some significant bladder, bowel or pain symptoms associated with the pelvic floor.

100% of women will go through the menopause.

50-70% of pregnant women worldwide struggle with lower back pain

10% of women find sex painful


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