A pelvic health specialist physiotherapist is able to give you a full fitness report on the strength and co-ordination of your pelvic floor muscles. It will provide insight on whether your pelvic floor is fit for purpose to meet the demands of high impact exercise and weight training. A pelvic specialist will also look a the way your spine and hips move to analyse any areas of weakness and give you a targeted plan of exercises specific to you to meet your sporting or activity related goals.
Susie our specialist pelvic health physiotherapist has worked for over 10 years accepting consultant referrals for complex pelvic pain and gynae concerns in the Centre for Women’s Health in Exeter. With a background Honours degree in Sports and Rehabilitation she can analyse your body and ensure your inner and outer core muscles are working together to support your joints and movements.
We understand that adapting a new fitness habit is difficult and can often fail. Our goal is to change your view on pelvic floor training so that it becomes part of who you are and your lifestyle. We strongly believe that if you strengthen and co-ordinate your inner core then freedom to move, laugh, dance and jump is something you will be able to do without any concern.
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Send us a message, and we will get back to you soon. Together we can figure out a the best way for us to support you in your pelvic fitness goals give you an ongoing fitness program and give you the opportunity for pelvic floor strength (kegel exercises) and give you confidence to run and move freely.
19 Fore Street Topsham, Exeter, EX3 0HL, United Kingdom
Monday - Friday: 9am - 6pm
Saturday: By appointment