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Women's Health Physiotherapy

Incontinence Rehabilitation

Majority of the ladies who have incontinence or prolapsed issues suffer in silence. Most feel that their problems are part and parcel of being a woman and ageing. However, doing pelvic floor muscle exercises and making some lifestyle changes can either reduce or eradicate issue of incontinence.  While it is possible to learn how to do pelvic floor muscle exercise correctly from available resource such as the internet, some ladies may benefit from a tailored exercise program combined with targeted lifestyle advice by Physiotherapist for optimal outcome.

Antenatal Classes

Antenatal classes provide holistic antenatal education for couples expecting a baby. In two interactive sessions, we will demonstrate and practise what exercises are safe and important to do during pregnancy, as well as effective pushing techniques during labour.

Postnatal Assessment Clinic

Pelvic floor muscles are weakened post-delivery. It is therefore essential that mothers know how to protect and preserve their pelvic floor muscle function to reduce the risk of prolapse and incontinence in future. Postnatal Assessment Clinic (PAC) is a joint clinic by a Consultant Gynaecologist and Physiotherapist to assess on the pelvic floor function post-delivery. The aim of this clinic is to promote pelvic floor recovery through pelvic floor rehabilitation. Mothers who are identified to be at a higher risk of pelvic floor dysfunction (after instrumental delivery and severe perineal tears) will be strongly encouraged to attend follow up sessions in this clinic.