Pelvic Physiotherapy Queens Quay

Introduction to Pelvic Physiotherapy

Pelvic physiotherapy is a type of physiotherapy which can be very effective at treating conditions which affect the muscles and ligaments of the pelvic as well as conditions like incontinence, pelvic prolapse, pelvic pain, postpartum issues and many more. It is performed by a physiotherapist who has specialized training in pelvic floor rehabilitation.

Our Pelvic Physiotherapy Queens Quay clinic will perform a pelvic examination as well as an internal examination and develop a treatment plan based on the assessment findings. The treated plan will be personalized depending on your conditions and needs. It may include manual therapy, exercises, stretches and patient education.

Common conditions our registered pelvic physiotherapists in Queens Quay help with:

  • Prolapse
  • Sacroiliac joint pain
  • Constipation
  • Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Levator Ani Syndrome
  • Bladder Pain Syndrome
  • Chronic Pelvic Pain
  • Pessary assessments and fittings
  • Pregnancy-related pain
  • Painful intercourse
  • Pre and post-prostatectomy rehabilitation
  • Vestibulodynia and Vaginismus
  • Children’s bedwetting
  • Abdominal separation due to pregnancy
  • Perineal scar management
  • Urinary or fecal incontinence
  • Pelvic floor prolapse due to childbirth
  • Pelvic pain or pain related to sexual intercourse
  • Overactive bladders
  • Urinary urgency

Tips for preparing for your pelvic physiotherapy appointment:

  • We recommend you fill out the forms online needed for your appointment.
  • It is important to bring a doctor’s referral to your appointment if your insurance needs one for billing.
  • Make sure you bring the necessary imaging reports and other relevant medical documentation to your appointment.
  • If you have any allergies or sensitivities, please let your pelvic physiotherapist know.
  • It is best that your clothes are loose, comfortable, and easy to move in.
  • Please make sure to inform your pelvic physiotherapist if you are pregnant.
  • We advise you not to drink too much water and try not to eat heavy meals before your appointment
  • If you are anxious about your appointment and would feel more at ease if you bring someone for support, you may do so.
  • Arrive on time for your appointment.

How to find a pelvic physiotherapy service in Queens Quay

Triangle Physiotherapy Queens Quay is located at 17 Lower Jarvis Street, Unit 10, Toronto at the corner of Lower Jarvis and Lakeshore. The clinic is in the Daniels Waterfront building across Loblaws.

1. Do you have private rooms for every pelvic physiotherapy appointment?

Yes, all pelvic physiotherapy sessions are done in a private room.

2. I developed diastasis recti when I gave birth years ago, can pelvic physiotherapy still help or is it too late?

Regardless of how long ago you gave birth, pelvic physiotherapy can still help with diastasis recti. The success of the treatment will vary depending on the severity of your condition or how long ago you have given birth. It is never too late to improve your pelvic health.

3. Can pelvic physiotherapy help with my endometriosis?

Yes, pelvic physiotherapy can help with endometriosis in many ways such as reduction pain, improvement of muscle strength and flexibility, and reduction of adhesions.

4. Will pelvic physiotherapy be billed under my physiotherapy coverage?

Yes, pelvic physiotherapy sessions are billed under your physiotherapy coverage.

5. I don't mind internal exams but how can it be done when I have vaginismus?

Although it may be challenging to perform internal examination for patients, it still can be done by using techniques various pelvic physiotherapy techniques to help relax the muscles and improve your comfort level.

6. Where else do you provide Pelvic Physiotherapy services apart from Queens Quay?