How Physiotherapy Can Help You to Manage Your Pelvic Pain

Are you experiencing pelvic pain and discomfort?

It can be a distressing and embarrassing condition that can impact your quality of life and prevent you from doing the things you love. However, there is hope. Physiotherapy can help you manage your pelvic pain and get back to your daily routine.

At Invigorate Health and Performance, we believe in providing comprehensive care that addresses the root cause of your pain. Our team of physiotherapists are experienced in treating pelvic pain and can guide you through your recovery journey.

Here’s how physiotherapy can help you manage your pelvic pain:

  1. Addressing the root cause:
    Pelvic pain can be caused by a variety of factors, such as injury, birth, strength imbalances, constipation and so much more. Our physiotherapists will conduct a thorough assessment to determine the underlying cause of your pain. By identifying the root cause, we can create a personalised treatment plan that targets your specific needs.
  2. Strengthening pelvic floor and hip muscles:
    Weak pelvic floor and hip muscles can contribute to pelvic pain and incontinence. Our physiotherapists can teach you exercises that will strengthen these muscles, improving your bladder and bowel control, and reducing your pain.
  3. Manual therapy:
    Our physiotherapists may use manual therapy to help relieve pelvic pain. This could include techniques such as soft tissue massage, dry needling and joint mobilisation. These techniques help to improve circulation, reduce inflammation, and release tension in your muscles.
  4. Education:
    We believe in empowering our clients to take control of their health. Our physiotherapists can provide you with education on your condition, lifestyle modifications, and self-care strategies. By providing you with the tools to manage your pain, we can help you achieve a better quality of life.

At Invigorate Health and Performance, our mission is to make a positive impact on our clients’ lives. We understand that pelvic pain can be a sensitive issue and we strive to create a safe and supportive environment where you can receive the care you need.

If you are experiencing pelvic pain, don’t suffer in silence. Our team of physiotherapists can guide you through your recovery journey. Contact us today to book your appointment and take the first step towards managing your pelvic pain.

Written by Anouska Symons (Senior and Women’s Health Physiotherapist )