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We are specialized in pelvic health and women’s health physiotherapy, offering targeted treatments for conditions such as pelvic pain, incontinence, and prenatal and postnatal care. We are dedicated to supporting women through every stage of life with personalized care plans designed to enhance well-being and improve quality of life.

In addition to these specialized services, we address a wide range of orthopedic and musculoskeletal conditions, including neck, lower back. Our comprehensive approach includes pain management techniques, posture and movement correction, and rehabilitation programs to help patients recover from injuries and surgeries, ensuring they regain normal function and movement.


1-Pelvic Health Physiotherapy

As a pelvic health physiotherapist, we are likely involved in assessing, diagnosing, and treating various conditions related to pelvic floor muscle dysfunction, such as:

  • Bladder Health: Urinary Incontinence, Overactive Bladder, Voiding Dysfunctions, Post-Prostatectomy Urinary Incontinence.

  • Bowel Health; Anal Incontinence; Functional Constipation.

  • Pelvic Pain: focused on pains that come from certain muscles or ligaments, for example, by pulling a muscle in the hip joint, lumbar or pelvic region.

  • Sexual dysfunction; dyspareunia, vaginismus, and ejaculation pain.

What do we do?

After taking a detailed history and a comprehensive physical examination, based on the assessment findings, an individualized treatment plan will be implemented. In this clinic, we follow a holistic approach to do assessments, provide treatment plans, and apply interventions. We also collaborate with other healthcare professionals to optimize patient care.

Treatments may include one or more of the following options:

  • Education

  • Lifestyle modifications

  • Pelvic floor muscle training

  • Relaxation, and Breathing Techniques

  • Hands-on treatments, and Manual techniques as needed.

  • Exercises, and Postural retraining

  • Rehabilitative Ultrasonic Imaging for both assessment and muscle training

  • EMG Biofeedback

  • Functional Training

We recognize that pelvic health concerns affect people of different ages, genders, and levels of physical ability, and our setting intentionally reflects this. Everyone is welcome and comfortable enough to feel like they belong at this clinic.

We understand the highly sensitive nature of many of the conditions we treat and pride ourselves on our ability to put patients’ minds at ease by allowing them to talk about their concerns in an open way. All our clinic rooms are private, and all information is kept strictly confidential. 

2-Women Health Physiotherapy

In this section, our focus is on addressing the unique musculoskeletal and physiological needs of women across their lifespan, with a specific focus on pregnancy and postpartum.

Even though pregnancy is a physiological phenomenon and should not be viewed as a disease, due to numerous hormonal changes and the increase in the weight of the fetus, it affects the function of the woman's muscular-skeletal system. Therefore, a trained women's health physiotherapist is an integral part of any woman’s prenatal and postpartum care team.

The following are some common conditions that may happen because of these changes:

  • Low Back Pain and Pelvic Pain

Low back pain is commonly experienced during pregnancy and after giving birth. Changing hormone levels affect the ligaments supporting the lower back area, causing weakness during pregnancy and for up to six months after birth. The growth of the fetus, and giving birth influence the abdominal and pelvic muscles; this decreases their strength, diminishes the support offered to the spine and sacroiliac joints, and can result in injury and pain in the pelvis and lower back regions.

How can physiotherapy be helpful? A pelvic health physiotherapist can manage your pain, teach you proper techniques to protect your joints, teach you exercises to keep you fit during your pregnancy, and assist with your recovery after giving birth.


  • Diastasis Recti

Commonly referred to as "Mummy Tummy", Diastasis Recti is abdominal muscle separation during pregnancy and labor. When your abdominals are stretched and separated, they are no longer able to adequately stabilize your low back and pelvis.


How can physiotherapy be helpful? A pelvic health physiotherapist can help ensure the integrity of abdominal muscles is maintained by showing you exercises to perform during pregnancy that aids recovery postpartum where a diastasis is present.

  • Stress Urinary Incontinence

The unintentional, unwanted, or involuntary leaking of urine from the bladder is known as urinary incontinence. Stress Urinary incontinence often happens when you cough, sneeze, or exercise, and is commonly caused by poor control of already weak pelvic floor muscles. You can prevent such complications in the coming years of your life with a little attention and the necessary training from a pelvic health physiotherapist.

How can physiotherapy be helpful? Pelvic floor muscle training is known as the most effective treatment for stress urinary incontinence. Whether you are just starting to experience the symptoms of stress urinary incontinence or have suffered with this problem for years, seeking a pelvic health physiotherapist can be the first step in regaining control of your bladder and your quality of life.

We also offer treating other conditions such as pelvic organ prolapse, prenatal and postnatal musculoskeletal issues, Premenstrual syndrome, Dysmenorrhea, Endometriosis, and Post-menopausal symptoms.  Additionally, we provide support and guidance for women undergoing C-Section, and gynecological surgeries such ac Hysterectomy.

3-Other Physical Therapy Services

  • Orthopedics and musculoskeletal conditions: such as neck pain, lower back pain, lumbo-pelvic-hip pain and dysfunction, knee and ankle pain, shoulder pain, and soft tissue injuries; muscle strain; and ligamentum sprains.

  • Pain Management: Implementing various techniques to manage chronic pain conditions, such as arthritis or fibromyalgia, through a combination of therapeutic exercises, manual therapy, and other modalities.

  • Posture and Movement Correction: Assessing and correcting poor posture and movement patterns to prevent strain and injury.

  • Rehabilitation: Assisting patients in recovering from surgery, injury, or illness through targeted exercises and therapies aimed at restoring normal function and movement.


What do we do?

1-Assessment and Diagnosis:

Evaluating a patient's condition through physical examinations and medical history to determine the underlying issues and plan an appropriate treatment strategy

2-Education and Advice:

Providing patients with information about their condition, guidance on lifestyle changes, ergonomic advice, and strategies to manage symptoms and prevent recurrence.

3-Exercise Prescription:

Designing individualized exercise programs to improve strength, flexibility, endurance, and overall physical fitness.

4-Manual therapy:

Involves using hands-on techniques such as massage and mobilization to relieve pain and restore movement in the muscles and joints.


Utilizing electrical modalities to promote healing, reduce pain, and improve muscle function. This includes treatments like TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation), therapeutic ultrasound, and laser therapy.

6-Functional Training:

Helping patients improve their ability to perform daily activities and tasks, often through task-specific exercises and training.

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