One in three women who have a baby wet themselves.
Statistics show that nearly 4 million Australians are affected by incontinence.
At any age, an incontinence problem can be better managed, treated and frequently cured.
Urinary Incontinence in Australian women 19% of women 10-29, 40% women aged 30-44, 50% women aged 60-74.

Melbourne’s Experts in Women’s Health Physios

Patricia Duder, Laura Yammouni and Esther Owen can help you manage musculoskeletal pain conditions during and after pregnancy.  Such conditions include;

  • Back pain
  • Pelvic instability and
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome.

We can help with engorgement and inflammatory conditions of the lactating breast (“mastitis”), including Ultrasound treatment.

Patricia, our Senior Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, holds Masters level qualifications from the University of Melbourne in advanced Pelvic Floor and Continence Physiotherapy.

Specific Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy optimises recovery and return to exercise post childbirth (including Clinical Pilates) and management of incontinence, prolapse, pre and post surgery (continence, pelvic) and pelvic pain conditions.


Our Physiotherapists
Patricia Duder, Laura Yammouni and Esther Owen

 

Happy people after receiving women's health physios in Melbourne
Firm FoundationsA good education in understanding your pelvic floor anatomy underpins a successful pelvic floor rehabilitation program.