Beyond the Bump
Pelvic Health beyond the bump...
Bump Physio & Co is a full-service pelvic health clinic. What do we mean by that? We don’t just focus on pre and postnatal care we also treat a variety of other pelvic health conditions.
There are SO many benefits of seeing a pelvic floor physio for mid-life women’s health; improved blood flow and circulation, optimizing pelvic floor muscle function, client education regarding vaginal dryness, sexual health and wellness and helping our clients create a health care team that is there for them and to meet their needs. As pelvic health physios, we help women navigate midlife with confidence and ease.
Did you know that any drop of urine is considered being incontinent? Did you know that light bladder leaks are NOT a normal part of aging and can be stopped? Pelvic floor physios work closely with their clients to understand when, how and why bladder leaks are happening and devise a treatment plan that works best for you to start living life, leak free!
Do you need to pee every time you step in the front door or hear a faucet running? If so, we can help provide strategies to treat bladder urgency and over activity too!
There are many different causes of pelvic pain and often times it is misdiagnosed and poorly understood. We can help you understand why things hurt, provide you with the tools and techniques to decrease your pain and help you get back to doing the things you love.
Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Recent research suggests that pelvic floor physiotherapy is the first line of defence to help with pelvic organ prolapse and in many cases is much more effective than having surgery. What are the common signs & symptoms?
A feeling of heaviness or pressure in your vagina or rectum at the end of the day
A feeling that something is falling out of your vagina
Bladder and bowel leakage
An inability to have a complete bowel movement
If you experience any of these signs or symptoms, seeing a pelvic floor physiotherapist can help!
Does intercourse hurt? Did you know that there are a number of reasons why? Pelvic floor physiotherapists are trained to assess, diagnose and treat a variety of sexual health conditions related to painful sex including: vestibulodynia, vulvodynia, vaginismus, gynecological cancers and pelvic scar tissue. Sex shouldn’t be painful! There are treatment options out there, and seeing a pelvic floor physio can help you on your road to pain free intercourse.