Incontinence

  • Bladder or Bowel
  • Urgency (rush to the bathroom)
  • Frequency (having to go more often then normal)
  • Stress Incontinence (with cough or physical activity for example
  • For no reason (Overactive bladder)


Pelvic organ prolapse

  • The bladder, the uterus or rectum are bulging out into the vagina
  • Pelvic training floor training, posture and breathing training  work better when the bulge does not pass the labia level most of the time 
  • work in collaboration with the nurse continence advisor (pessary fitting) and the gynecologist (conservative treatment or pre-post surgery)


Pregnancy and post-partum care

  • ​Diastasis recti (tummy separation and laxity of the abdominals)
  • Pelvic/back/hip/tailbone pain during pregnancy or after the delivery (no matter how long after)
  • Early intervention and prevention to attempt to reduce the incidence of pelvic floor dysfunction on the long run
  • Incontinence and prolapse treatment during or after the pregnancy through pelvic floor training, postural correction and breathing training among other things
  • Perineal massage and education on what can be done to optimize the best outlet for the baby to come out
  • Painful intercourse after the delivery
  • Assessment and treatment of the impact of a caesarian section on the back/pelvis stabilization and pelvic floor/abdominal muscles function
  • Safe return to activities/sports/work post-partum



Painfull intercourse 



Pre- and Post-op Care

  • Improve bone alignment and muscle function after abdominal, chest or pelvic surgery such as slings, pelvic organ lift, hysterectomy or breast surgery.
  • Goal is to try to reduce the risk of pelvic/back pain post-op and to try to optimize the long term success of the surgery


Coccyx pain


Back/Pelvic/Groin Pain

  • Pain in the Low back/Pelvis/Hip/Groin that does not resolve with other treatment approach, that might be solved by the release of some pelvic floor structures internally  restricting normal function. 


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Post-Prostatectomy 

  • Pelvic floor training to help improve blood flow and reduce incontinence
  • Pain management through release of adhesion and improving back/pelvic alignment that might have been affected by the scarring or muscle spasm


Pre- and Post-op Care

  • Improve alignment and muscle function after abdominal, chest or pelvic surgery
  • Management of out of the ordinary pain (last longer and more intense)    
  • Goal is to try to reduce the risk of pelvic/back pain post-op and to try to optimize the long term success of the surgery



Coccyx pain


Neck/Back/Pelvic/Groin Pain

  • Pain in the Low back/Pelvis/Hip/Groin that that does not resolve with other treatment approach 

We see general orthopaedics conditions such as:

  • Sprains
  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Pelvic/hip pain


Please note that we are not set up to see WorkSafe BC cases as the majority of our caseload is pelvic floor dysfunction

​ General physiotherapy

TeleHealth service allows you to have a virtual visit, just like on "FaceTime". But it is secured, encrypted and private. It is a  visit where your physiotherapist, through the computer or tablet, can see how you move,  do your exercise and provide you with information/education to help your condition when on site visit is not possible. It could be because you are out of town, or your babysitter cancelled at the last minute, etc. Your physiotherapist can help you continue your progress despite the situation. Of course, it is always better if you are in a well lit room with enough place to move. It allows you to use your home environment, with what is available at hand. 

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