Women's Health


Helping you take control of incontinence

When you laugh, sneeze, cough or exercise, do you sometimes leak a small amount of urine?

Are you ever “caught short” by a sudden, strong urge to pass urine?

Do you arrange your daily routine around where the nearest toilets will be?

Do you wake frequently during the night to go to the toilet?

At Keilor Rd Physiotherapy we provide expert, non-invasive Physiotherapy for incontinence and pelvic floor dysfunction and can help you with the following conditions:

Urinary incontinence

Loss of bladder control

Urgency and frequency

Bowel symptoms

Incontinence of faeces or wind

Obstructed defecation and constipation

Prolapse of pelvic organs

Bladder, bowel or uterine

Symptoms of a sense of heaviness or dragging of the internal pelvic organs

Pelvic pain

Pain in the pelvic, abdominal or vulval region related to childbirth, surgery, endometriosis and sexual pain

Preparation for and recovery after surgery


Hysterectomy, Prolapse Repair

Continence and other bladder and bowel procedures

Pelvic floor and abdominal muscle weakness after surgery that may include

Including poor awareness of how to exercise these muscles correctly or effectively

Pregnancy and post natal physiotherapy

For further detail please refer to our pre and post natal section

Keilor Rd Physiotherapy can also offer you non-invasive assessment of the pelvic floor utilising real time ultrasound.