CONDITIONS

women

Bladder

According to statistics from The Continence Foundation of Australia, 4 million Australians suffer from urinary leakage.

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

This is just a term meaning that any of your pelvic organs have prolapsed or “come down”. The organs that can prolapse are the bladder, the bowel, or the uterus.

Bowel

Just as bladders can have problems holding due to weakness, so too can the bowel.

Pelvic Pain

If you are suffering with chronic pelvic pain in any of the following areas, we can help you to identify areas of weakness…

Sexual Pain

You may have sexual or perineal pain.

Men

Bladder

According to statistics from The Continence Foundation of Australia, 4 million Australians suffer from urinary leakage.

Prostate Related

This is a very broad term referring to a range of problems around the prostate.

Bowel

Just as bladders can have problems holding due to weakness, so too can the bowel.

Pelvic Pain

If you are suffering with chronic pelvic pain in any of the following areas, we can help you to identify areas of weakness…

Sexual Pain

You may have sexual or perineal pain.

Pregnancy and post delivery

PELVIC GIRDLE PAIN

Pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain is a specific type of pelvic pain which happens to a certain percentage of women during pregnancy.

Pelvic floor rehab

During your pregnancy, you may feel motivated to do pelvic floor exercise but might not feel confident with technique. We are happy to see any women who just need to learn how to exercise correctly.

Stress incontinence

This is the problem of leakage when you cough, sneeze, laugh, do impact exercise…..in other words whenever pressure in the abdomen is greater than the strength at the exit of the bladder.

ABDOMINAL SEPARATION

Abdominal separation Also known as “DRAM” (Diastasis of Rectus Abdominis Muscle)
This is the issue whereby your main “6 pack muscle” separates.

PROLAPSE

A lot of women will sustain prolapse after the delivery of a baby. A certain degree of prolapse is to be expected with certain deliveries.

Mastitis

Mastitis is the term used to describe painful breastfeeding blockages.  The breast becomes red, hot, painful and feeding becomes difficult.  You might also have fever and feel unwell.

Children and adolescents

Bladder

According to statistics from The Continence Foundation of Australia, 4 million Australians suffer from urinary leakage.

Bowel

Just as bladders can have problems holding due to weakness, so too can the bowel.

Bedwetting

Most children are dry overnight by the age of 6. However 1 in 5 children continues to experience ongoing bed wetting.

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Frankston (TSIC)

Dromana (Pinnacle)

You may contact Caroline Bender or make and appointment with Caroline at either location, with Cee at Frankston The Sports Injury Clinic, with Candice at Dromana Pinnacle (Thursdays).