Learn More About 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. Book Now 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. Want To Learn More About 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 intercourseSI 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 Incontinence (urinary and fecal).Pre/post-prostatectomy (prostate removal).Benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate).Diastasis recti (abdominal separation/bulging).Chronic constipation, straining to defecate.