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Specialised Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy now @ Nexus!

Active pelvic floor muscles are very important to women and if poorly controlled, can lead to prolapse and loss of bladder or bowel control.

Nexus Physiotherapists are qualified to assess your Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and can support with Continence Management so that you can regain control if necessary. Despite Pelvic Floor Dysfunction being common it is not normal and can effectively be treated.

Why choose a Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist to support your health?

The Nexus Pelvic Floor Physiotherapists empower and support women and men of all ages and abilities to regain control without fear or embarrassment so that you can continue working, exercising and socialising.

Nexus provides a thorough, personalised assessment and tailored treatment that is specific to your goals and circumstances.

Pelvic Floor related issues can include:

  • Bowel and bladder control,
  • Pelvic pain,
  • Vaginismus,
  • Pelvic organ prolapse,
  • Pregnancy related issues such as pelvic girdle pain,
  • Sacroiliac joint dysfunction, or
  • Pubic symphysis pain.
What is your Pelvic Floor and where is it?

The pelvic floor muscles span the bottom of your pelvis and support the internal pelvic organs and assist in bladder and bowel control, therefore if these muscles are weak or poorly controlled they can lead to the accident loss of urine (wee), faeces (poo) or flatulence (wind).

If you are experiencing any of the above issues and would like to reclaim control of your Pelvic Floor Muscles contact Nexus today on 1300 77 33 52 or to speak with your local GP to see if this is right for you.

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