At Pinnacle Physio you will be seen by a Physiotherapist with postgraduate qualifications in management of pelvic floor dysfunction. Help for a wide variety of problems is offered. Some of these problems are difficult to talk about and many people have suffered in silence for many years before they find us. Rest assured that we will offer sensitivity, discretion and empathy in helping you to overcome your problem.

We also offer help with a wide range of musculoskeletal and pelvic floor problems that can occur during pregnancy and after the delivery of your baby.

We offer longer appointment times in order to achieve the best assessment and management outcomes.

Real-time ultrasound is available for assessment and follow-up. You may have your own regular therapist who treats you for other issues but want to come in for a one – off assessment. This is absolutely fine.

Our services are offered in absolute confidence, or you may prefer to have a report sent to your usual therapist to help with progression of other programs. If referred by your G.P. or Specialist we will send reports to keep referrers up to date with your progress. Should you wish to discuss your problem before making an appointment, or have concerns regarding cost and how long treatment might take, please ask to be called by the Physiotherapist.

The Physiotherapist will contact you by phone as soon as possible to discuss your issues with you. You do not need a referral to access these services.

PELVIC PAIN problems
• Prostatitis
• Vulval Pain
• Vaginismus (muscles that work too much and make sex painful)

SPORTS and General Rehabilitation in Men and Women
• Pelvic floor programs for those wishing to start Pilates.
• Pelvic Floor for low back and related pain.
• Pelvic Floor for sports rehabilitation.

PREGNANCY and after the birth of your baby
• All forms of urinary and faecal Incontinence.
• Strengthening to regain pelvic floor fitness.
• Learn how to PREVENT incontinence and prolapse later in life. (vital if delivered a baby >4kgs, forceps delivery, long 2nd stage of labour, episiotomies and large tears.)

• Advice for return to sport and regular fitness activities.
• Muscle and joint pain.
• Abdominal muscle separation (diastasis).
• Mastitis and blocked ducts.