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You Deserve a Pelvic Floor You Can Rely On

Pelvic floor problems can be an embarrassing and sensitive issue, often preventing you from doing the things you love.

Many women have weak or damaged pelvic floor muscles due to the effects of pregnancy or childbirth, ageing or menopause, lack of exercise, being overweight or obese. Others experience issues due to factors like constipation, chronic cough, or heavy lifting.

Weak or damaged pelvic floor muscles can lead to a host of health problems, from incontinence to pelvic organ prolapse, to lower back pain and even sexual dysfunction.

And that’s why most women (and men) don’t like to talk about their problems or seek help. It’s deeply personal and very embarrassing.

Instead, many women just ‘learn to live with it’ for years, suffering discomfort and, in some cases, unbearable pain.

It prevents them from going to school (yes, young women can suffer issues too) or work, or participating in any of their normal day-to-day activities. And it can make their sex lives very painful.

Some women finally look for help. Some never do, simply learning to deal with the symptoms.

You are not alone

You Are Not Alone

But you’re not alone. In fact, 1 in 2 women will experience some degree of incontinence during their lifetime, while 1 in 2 women who give birth naturally will experience some degree of pelvic organ prolapse (although the symptoms may not appear until later in life).

More importantly, you can get help. At the Coregood Institute we specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of pelvic floor issues. In most cases we’re able to treat issues quickly and easily, providing significant improvement and, in many cases, curing them completely.

You don’t need to worry or feel embarrassed – we’ve seen and heard it all before. We want to, and really can, help you.

We’re here to get things working properly so you can get you back to doing the things you love.

Did you know?

  • 1 in 2 women will experience urinary leakage at one time or another (and 1 in 4 will avoid activities such as sports, going to the gym or even walking because of it)
  • almost 1 in 5 teenage girls will also experience urinary leakage
  • 1 in 2 women who give birth experience Pelvic Organ Prolapse, and
  • 1 in 3 women will have difficulty achieving orgasm.