At KW Pelvic Health, our mission is to provide thorough and compassionate care to help our clients lead an active lifestyle.
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Meet Beth Albert DPT, B.Kin, CAFCI Beth is a registered Physiotherapist, having achieved her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Franklin Pierce University…
Do I need to see a pelvic health physiotherapist?
Pelvic floor physiotherapy can be used as a non-invasive form of treatment for pelvic pain and incontinence and it is also for men, not just for women…
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Located at 4 locations in Kitchener-Waterloo; SOS Physiotherapy Belmont, SOS Physiotherapy UW, and SOS Elmira…
Is pelvic floor physiotherapy appropriate for me?
Pelvic floor physiotherapy treats the following conditions:
- Urinary frequency and incontinence associated with pregnancy, prostatectomies, menopause and hormonal changes
- Persistent pelvic pain
- Generalized and localized vulvodynia
- Dyspaneuria (painful intercourse)
- Painful bladder syndrome
- Chronic prostatitis (class 3B)
- Pain associated with endometriosis
- Pain associated with dysmenhorea
- Hip, low back and sacroiliac joint pain that has not responded to traditional care
These symptoms are not normal:
- Urinary and/or fecal leakage with coughing, sneezing, laughing and exercise
- Uncontrollable urinary and fecal urges
- The need to urinate more than 10x a day
- Maintaining a rectus diastasis more than 3 months post partum
- Having pain with intercouse
- Pain and/or pressure in the pelvic region
When to seek help:
- If you suffer from any of the symptoms or conditions above, you may be a good candidate for pelvic floor physiotherapy
- If you have any questions, please contact the clinic.