Womens Pelvic Health

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Each stage of a woman’s life brings its own unique challenges.

Challenges to the pelvis like childbirth and menopause so commonly cause issues that they are often accepted as normal or inevitable. So many women suffer in silence and assume it is a new state of motherhood or a consequence of ageing but incontinence, pain and symptoms of prolapse are simply NOT normal. They are issues that result in lifestyle restrictions which have a massive impact on quality of life.

The most amazing and rewarding thing is that almost all of these conditions can be improved and often remedied entirely by getting the right treatment and doing the right exercise.

How we help WOMEN

What Are the Symptoms of Interstitial Cystitis?


While involuntary leaking is extremely common, it’s not ‘normal’. And the good news is that incontinence can often be treated easily and successfully.

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What Are the Symptoms of Pelvic Organ Prolapse?

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Common in women, drooping of any of the pelvic organs (bladder, uterus, small intestine or rectum) into or outside of the vaginal canal or back passage.

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What Conditions Benefit From Biofeedback Training

Before and After Baby

Pregnancy and childbirth have an impact on the body that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Optimising pelvic floor and core function is vital to help prevent long-term birth related complaints.

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What Are the Symptoms?

Pelvic Pain

Pelvic pain and sexual dysfunction is distressing and can hugely impact life and relationships. An evidence based holistic approach to treatment is necessary to relieve pain and promote optimal bladder, bowel and sexual function.

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Who can benefit?

Female Vitality

The pelvic floor plays a major role in sexual experience. Optimal pelvic floor function not only promotes blood flow in the pelvic floor but facilitates sexual sensitivity and pleasure.

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What Conditions Can SCENAR Therapy Treat?

 Back Pain and Weakness

Weak pelvic floor muscles frequently cause back pain, while poorly developed back muscles and bad posture weaken your pelvic floor. Strengthening your pelvic floor contributes significantly to improving your posture and reducing back pain.

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Enhancing pelvic health and confidence