Pelvic Health Physiotherapy in Tasmania’s North West

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

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Women's Health

Assessment and treatment of conditions such as incontinence, prolapse, painful intercourse, pregnancy or post-natal issues and conditions related to breastfeeding.

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Men's Health

Assessment and treatment of conditions specific to men including pre and post prostate surgery pelvic floor rehabilitation, continence and pelvic pain.

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Pelvic Health

Assessment and treatment of non gender specific conditions including tailbone (coccyx pain), SIJ pain, pelvic pain, continence, and childrens' continence.

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 toil...

Mastitis

What causes mastitis? Usually a blocked duct or incomplete emptying of milk from the breast will cause mastitis. This can be due to poor attachment to the breast by the infant, ill-fitting/tight b...

Children’s Continence Issues

How common is incontinence in children? It is normal for children younger than 3 to not have complete control over their bladder. Most children can control their bladder and bowel by 4 years of ag...

Painful Sex

Pain with intercourse can affect women of all ages but young women are most likely to have symptoms. Post menopausal women can have pain due to tissue changes, increased dryness and narrowing of th...

Pelvic Floor Assessment and Exercise Programs

Your physio will only assess your pelvic floor in a way you feel comfortable with. The assessment helps your physiotherapist diagnose and then treat your pelvic floor issue, usually via education a...

Physiotherapy for Chronic Pelvic Pain

Chronic pelvic pain can be caused by a number of pelvic and abdominal issues. It becomes chronic when the pain persists for at least 3-6 months. It is estimated to affect 15-25% of women and 10% of...

Physiotherapy for the Pelvic Floor

Whether your issue is pain, leakage, weakness or tightness, we can provide you the tools to manage your condition. Located in Ulverstone and Wynyard, servicing Burnie to Devonport and the North West Coast of Tasmania.

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