Many women have not received any education or information regarding pelvic floor anatomy or function. Even those who have had a baby themselves already!

As Physiotherapist’s that work in the area of Women’s health, it is our job to educate women on and create awareness about pelvic health.

But how do you know when you have pelvic floor dysfunction and should come to see a Physiotherapist for an assessment, diagnosis and treatment plan?

At Sydney Women’s Physiotherapy we have put together a checklist for you to read over. If you answer yes to one or more of these statements, we recommend that you give our friendly staff a call for more information and if required to book in with our staff!

  • I sometimes have pelvic pain in my genital region, perineum, pubic or bladder area or experience burning with urination.
  • I sometimes experience urinary leakage or need to empty my bladder frequently.
  • I need to get up to urinate more than twice per night.
  • I sometimes have a feeling of bulging, increased pelvic pressure or heaviness in the vaginal area.
  • I sometimes experience pain or discomfort with sexual activity or intercourse.
  • I sometimes experience loss of bowel control, straining or pain with a bowel movement or difficulty initiating a bowel movement.