What does a women’s health physiotherapist do?

If you’ve never seen a women’s health physio then you might wonder what do they do and what conditions do they actually treat?

A women’s health physiotherapist treats many different things, including pelvic pain, pregnancy-related back or pelvic pain, pelvic floor issues, including weakness, overactive pelvic floor, continence issues and prolapse.

They also work with women postnatally (post pregnancy) if they are having any pelvic floor issues, pelvic or back pain, continence issues or prolapse. They work with women throughout pregnancy to help them remain fit and active, relieve any aches and pains and help them with any pelvic floor and continence issues.

If you have any questions then please feel free to comment below and I’ll get back to you asap.

If you think you might need to see a women’s health physiotherapist get in touch with your GP and they should be able to refer you to one close to where you live. If you would like to find a women’s health physio near to you (and you live in Australia)  then check out the Women’s health training associates website as they have a list of all physio’s they have trained (and their training is awesome) so you’ll be in good hands.

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    1. Thank you – at the moment I’m just writing for myself as I love writing and helping to inform people on topics I’m passionate about – as I’m a physio (and a mum) it makes sense to focus on what I know best which is women’s health! Thanks again for your kind words.

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