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Pelvic Floor Physio

Pelvic health physio

For every stage and every person

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 across the gender spectrum.

Bump Physio & Co is a safe, inclusive space for the LGBTQIA2+ community, welcoming clients from all identities. Our practitioners are trans-care BC certified, to better serve trans-health patients, and we are also a proud recipient of the Golden Spike award for inclusivity in the Tri-Cities. We lead with a humanistic approach, meeting clients where they are at in their gender identity journeys, and hold space for open dialogue and informed learning.

  • Did you know that light bladder leaks are NOT a normal part of aging or a result of having kids and can be stopped? Our pelvic health physios work closely with clients to understand when, how, and why bladder leaks are happening and create a treatment plan that works best for you to start living life, leak-free!

  • There are so many benefits of seeing a pelvic health physio for mid-life health; improved blood flow and circulation, optimizing pelvic floor muscle function, client education regarding vaginal dryness, sexual health, and wellness, and working collaboratively with our clients and other health care providers to create a team that is there for you through (peri)menopause and beyond.

  • There are many different causes of pelvic pain and it can be misdiagnosed and poorly understood. Our team can help you understand why things hurt, provide you with the tools and techniques to navigate your pain, and help you get back to doing the things you love.

  • Research suggests that pelvic floor physiotherapy is the first line of defense to help with pelvic organ prolapse and in many cases is an effective alternative to surgery. Common signs and symptoms include a feeling of heaviness or pressure in your vagina or rectum, often 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, difficulty urinating, and/or pain with intercourse.

  • Does intercourse hurt? Did you know that there are a number of reasons why? Pelvic health 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 to name a few. 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.

  • Did you know that your pelvic floor is linked to so much more in the body? Seeking pelvic health treatment can help alleviate other orthopedic conditions such as persistent low back or hip pain, and tailbone pain/coccydynia. Treatment for your pelvic floor can also alleviate hip / SIJ pain associated with motor vehicle accidents, as well as post-surgical pelvic rehabilitation.

  • Our physiotherapists also commonly help patients with maintaining or improving bowel health. Pelvic health physiotherapy can help with a variety of bowel dysfunctions including constipation, fecal incontinence, hemorrhoids, anal fissures, and generalized GI discomfort.

  • We also hold space and provide care for those who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirths or are undergoing IVF procedures. We recognize these journeys require the utmost empathy and support, and we are here to assist your physical and emotional recovery. Similarly, we also help those navigating endometriosis and interstitial cystitis / painful bladder syndrome.

Pelvic Floor Physio

Initial Assessment (55 min) $180
Follow-up Session (40 min) $125
Short Session (25 min) $95
Extended Session (55 min) $170

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