2nd Location Now Open

#120-8805 Resources Rd, Grande Prairie, AB, T8V 3A6

112-10 Street, Beaverlodge, AB, T0H 0C0

780-513-8313

Pelvic Health Physiotherapy in Grande Prairie

Pelvic health physiotherapy is provided by a trained physiotherapist who has taken post-graduate education focused on the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of pelvic health concerns. A thorough assessment by the physiotherapist will determine the correct course of treatment for you. An internal exam may be required to properly diagnose and treat pelvic floor dysfunction. A discussion between you and your physiotherapist will determine if this is appropriate.  Contact us today for an appointment.

Did You Know?

50% of women who have given birth experience symptoms of prolapse
1/3 of women have urinary incontinence
1/9 of men have urinary incontinence
54% of athletes, both male and female have pelvic pain.

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What We Treat

Pregnancy

Pre-natal: pelvic/back pain, incontinence (urinary and fecal leakage), diastasis recti (abdominal muscle separation), pain with intercourse, preparing for labour/delivery

Post-Partum: c-section/episiotomy scars, incontinence (urinary and fecal leakage), bulging of the abdomen during lifting/exercise

Urinary And Fecal

Leakage of urine, gas, stool when you laugh/cough/sneeze/lift/jump/run

Problems emptying your bladder or bowel

Pollakiuria/overactive bladder (peeing frequently), urinary urgency

Post-void dribble (leakage after peeing), chronic constipation, IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), bloating, straining to defecate

Nocturia (waking to pee in the night)

Pain And Prolapse

Pelvic and back pain

Pressure/heaviness inside vagina or rectum

Pain during intercourse

SI joint/pubic symphysis pain

Pudendal neuralgia (pelvic/genital nerve pain)

Coccydynia (tail bone pain)

Vestibulodynia/vulvodynia (vaginal/vulvar pain)

Vaginismus (muscle tension during intercourse)

Endometriosis pain (uterine tissues growing outside of uterus)

Dysmenorrhea (painful periods)

Men Have Pelvises Too

Incontinence (urinary and fecal)

Pre/post-prostatectomy (prostate removal)

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate)

Diastasis recti (abdominal separation/bulging)

Chronic constipation, straining to defecate

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Progressive Treatment for Your Pain

After a thorough assessment and diagnosis, treatment may include:

• Exercise for the pelvic floor and surrounding musculature
• Manual muscle release/stretching
• Accommodator (dilator) therapy
• Bladder/bowel training + journaling
• Biofeedback
• Vulvar skin care education

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