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    Women’s Health Physiotherapy

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    Specific Women’s Health Physiotherapy seeks to restore conditions for good health among women, especially those in the child-bearing phases of life.

    Health concerns are common among women who have given birth at least once. It is estimated that one woman from every group of 3 is likely to develop urinary incontinence after the birth of a child. Urinary incontinence affects many and is a problem that causes involuntary leakage of urine.

    Further statistics indicate that 1 in every 2 women is likely to experience some level of prolapse or what is commonly referred to as a fallen bladder. Prolapse varies from mild to moderate or severe cases and is a condition that causes the bladder to sag and weaken causing discomfort to an individual.

    Worse still, up to 25% or more of women attempting a pelvic floor muscle contraction and other therapeutic methods are doing it wrong thus exacerbating the condition. A pelvic floor muscle contraction exercise is a helpful form of treatment to help the patient to better control the bladder and hold it in its rightful place.

    There is vast evidence showing the benefits of physiotherapy in improving and curing most of these health symptoms. More specifically, there is hope from scientific evidence backing up the efficiency of physiotherapy in alleviating and treating urinary incontinence, pelvic weaknesses and other conditions in patients. Physiotherapy treatment, however, must be conducted by a specifically trained physiotherapist.

    mhealth is a team of committed health professionals providing the most modern treatment services and offering expert guidance to restore and maintain good health in our patients.

    We are aware of the sensitive nature of most health issues among women and we are committed to providing the best care and extra caution to respect and protect client confidentiality.


    Like many, you might be surprised by the extent of conditions that can be addressed by women’s health physiotherapy. They include:

    • Bladder and bowel control
    • Urinary and faecal incontinence
    • Primary constipation
    • Minor prolapse
    • Urinary urgency
    • Painful and Asymmetric pelvic floor muscles
    • Pre-and-post pregnancy conditions
    • Pre-natal pelvic floor assessment which is recommended in 2nd trimester
    • Back and neck pain
    • Pain in the Pelvic girdle
    • Pre-natal exercises
    • Swelling during pregnancy such as ankle oedema and carpel tunnel among others
    • Early management of perineal tear and episiotomy
    • Lactation, and breastfeeding conditions such a mastitis
    • Post-natal muscle separation which is recommended before 12 weeks post-partum
    • Post-natal pelvic floor assessment
    • Post-natal return to exercise


    • Pelvic floor check-in cross-fit population/heavy weight-lifting
    • Pelvic floor check-in gymnastics, dancing and other high-impact sports
    • Pelvic floor check in return to running post-injury, time off, etc.


    Schedule for an appointment easily by calling us. We are eager to hear from you.

    Calling to make an appointment:

    Our telephone lines are always open for you with a receptionist trained and dedicated specifically for this task. When you first call in, kindly request for a 45-minute appointment for a consultation on matters of women’s health.

    Our main objective when setting up the initial appointment is to make sure you are entirely enlightened, informed and prepared and to set the ground for further treatment engagement. So, do not hesitate to explain yourself to our admin staff or ask any question that you might have.

    Additionally, note that our admin staff are required to pass on your query to the appropriate specialist if they cannot provide comprehensive and satisfactory answers to your questions.

    Your initial appointment:

    We recommend that you arrive about 5-10 minutes before the appointed time to allow us to take down your details and fill in the necessary paperwork on time.

    Also, bring along your referral letter or similar documentation showing past diagnosis and other instructions from your referrer.

    If you are run into a problem when accessing these documents, you can request your doctor to fax the documentation and the necessary information to us. Our fax number is 8585 2223.

    Can you bring your newborn or child/children to your consultation? Yes. You can come along with your newborn or your children to the initial consultation appointment.

    Typically, our appointments for the initial examination will last between 45 and 60 minutes depending on the nature of the case.

    During the consultation, our physiotherapist will talk to you to get a detailed history of the condition and also discuss the goals you have for any treatment process you might require.

    Our physiotherapist will carry out any necessary assessments and will provide you with either a clear diagnosis for the condition or a proposal to conduct more tests. Thereafter, they will guide you through the available and most appropriate treatment options for you.

    Please call our kind reception staff and get more information on any women’s health-related issue you think you might have.

    Alternatively, you can ask to speak directly to our physiotherapist, Alannah, and our team will connect your call through and you will get the necessary help you seek.