Welcome to Perth Women’s Physio! We provide online physiotherapy services to Australian women so they can access quality information when they need it, in the convenience of their own home or workplace. Whether you are a teenager, pregnant, new mother, professional or a grandma, we have information and exercise plans that are relevant for your journey to optimum health.
We can provide advice and treatment suggestions for a wide variety of conditions that affect women. The most common conditions we help with are:
- Bladder concerns – urine leakage, incontinence, urgency, frequency, nocturia, overactive bladder, interstitial cystitis.
- Bowel concerns – faecal leakage, constipation, incomplete emptying, haemorrhoids, anal fissures.
- Pelvic pain or sexual intercourse concerns – dyspareunia, vaginismus, painful orgasm, decreased pleasure, endometriosis.
- Pregnancy related problems – pelvic girdle pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, round ligament pain, antenatal exercise programs, preparing for labour or caesarean section delivery.
- Postnatal advice – vaginal or caesarean section recovery, breastfeeding concerns, back pain, neck pain, wrist pain, pelvic floor muscle weakness, rectus abdominus diastasis (abdominal separation) and returning to exercise guidelines.
- Pelvic organ prolapse – identification, prevention, management, preparation for surgery and recovery from hysterectomy or vaginal repair surgery.
- Women’s health – prevention and management of cardiovascular, bowel, bladder and bone health in women experiencing perimenopause symptoms.
All consultations and programs are provided by physiotherapists each with over 15 years’ experience of working in field of women’s health. All our physiotherapists have Australian recognized qualifications, are registered with AHPRA and regularly complete professional development. Thus, the information we provide is supported by current clinical evidence and research.
If a traditional physiotherapy appointment is recommended, you will have access to the Perth Women’s Physio Preferred Provider Network to allow for optimum continuum of care.