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Sneeze, jump, laugh out loud. Without hesitation.

The pelvic floor muscles form a 'sling' to support the organs inside the pelvis—bladder, bowel (colon), uterus. Proper function of these muscles can be disrupted by surgery, heavy lifting, being overweight, childbirth, constipation or menopause, affecting bladder and bowel control, leading to incontinence (leakage) or prolapse. Physiotherapists are experts in muscle function, tone, and strength, and therefore have the expertise to help with these and many other pelvic floor conditions.


Vestibular rehabilitation is concerned with the treatment or a range of conditions that affect the inner ear and your sense of balance, dizziness and nausea. A simple assessment could determine if physiotherapy is suitable in treating your type of vestibular issue. For the majority of cases one or two sessions can significantly reduce symptoms or eliminate them altogether.


If you are unable to leave your home and require physiotherapy home service, Home Care Physiotherapy allows a Registered Physiotherapist to visit your home to help you increase your mobility and better adapt to your home environment, or even your work place. This will include a complete physiotherapy assessment as well as treatment for a period ranging from two to twelve weeks of home physiotherapy visits.


Cancer and its treatments can cause a number of physical problems such as pain, inflammation, numbness, weakness, and loss of balance.

70% of those diagnosed with cancer struggle with physical side effects 1-10 years after treatment.

Cancer rehab physiotherapists advocate for physical and emotional well-being both during and after treatment.

Regular physiotherapy and a carefully devised exercise programme help to improve health and function, enabling patients to return to work and other activities as soon as possible.


Pediatric physiotherapy is the delivery of physiotherapy services to children and youth, from birth to 25 years of age. Our pediatric physiotherapy services include a comprehensive assessment of a child’s gross motor function and posture, including strength, posture, gait, flexibility, balance, coordination and sensory processing. Subsequent treatment can include manual therapy, hands-on facilitation, education, referrals to other specialists, and/or prescription of a home exercise program.

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