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Women’s Health Physiotherapists treat and support pelvic health through all stages in life

We use evidence-based treatment techniques to treat conditions relating to your pelvic floor, bladder and bowel, and pelvis

Conditions we treat

Back and Pelvic Pain

Urinary Incontinence

Endometriosis

Sexual Dysfunction

Abdominal Separation

Bowel Dysfunction

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Colorectal, Urological or Gynaecological Surgery

Meet your physiotherapist for Women’s Health

Emily Standen

Head of Women's Health at Penrith Physiotherapy Sports Centre

Emily has completed her training through the Women’s Health Training Association (WHTA). She thrives in helping women through all life stages and assisting with maintenance of pelvic health.

What to expect from your Women’s Health Consult?

In the initial 1 hour consult your physiotherapist will take a detailed history to understand your problem and the goals you wish to achieve.

From there, a thorough assessment of the pelvis, abdominals, pelvic floor and pelvic organs will be performed to make a diagnosis.

After diagnosis your physiotherapist will give you a detailed explanation of your condition and develop a treatment plan that aligns with your goals.

How do we treat these conditions?

Your physiotherapist will use a wide variety of evidence-based treatment techniques depending on your condition and what you wish to achieve.

Common treatment techniques include:

– Pelvic floor retraining and exercises

– Pilates-based abdominal wall exercises

– Soft tissue techniques to treat pelvic pain and lower back pain

– Prenatal exercise programs

– Pessary fitting for pelvic organ prolapse

– Provision of pelvic muscle stimulators/educators to initiate a contraction in very weak pelvic floors

– Bladder and bowel retraining programs

– Fitting of pelvic braces and abdominal supports

– Return to exercise/sport program post-natal and post gynaecological/colorectal/urological surgery

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