Milestone Physio & Wellness Clinic


Female Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy​

Female Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy involves the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction and strengthening muscles that support the urinary and reproductive tract in women to function properly. However, when these muscles aren’t working as they should, you may develop conditions such as pelvic pain, urinary continence, postpartum pelvic complications, and so on. Even though these symptoms might vary due to their different reasons, our female pelvic floor physiotherapist at Milestone Physio & Wellness Clinic can assist you in identifying the reasons behind these symptoms and also help you treat your pelvic issues.

Having pelvic dysfunction can be painful and embarrassing as it hinders your daily routine. However, Milestone Physio & Wellness Clinic can help you with this. Our pelvic floor therapist will help you relieve the symptoms of your pelvic dysfunction and improve your muscles using several therapeutic exercises and techniques that will help your pelvis become more relaxed and stronger.

If you will like to benefit from this therapy, contact us today to book an appointment and meet with a certified pelvic specialist that will guide you through your recovery journey as well as help you regain control of your life.

What is Female Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy?

Female pelvic floor physiotherapy treats a dysfunctional pelvic floor and its surrounding parts in females using therapeutic approaches. With an effective therapeutic treatment plan, our therapist will help you strengthen your pelvic floor muscles and help you get rid of lower back pains, pelvic pain, incontinence, urine and bowel difficulties, and trouble having sex.

Milestone Physio & Wellness Clinic will learn more about your symptoms and the source of your problems. We will also check your core muscles to see how strong you are, along with how much endurance you have. Apart from that, we will try certain exercises and activities to check the coordination of your pelvic floor muscles. Your comfort is our number one priority.

When Do You Need Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy?

If you are disturbed about controlling your bowel and urine, then pelvic floor physiotherapy sessions can help you address such problems. However, there are also some conditions that our clinic addresses using pelvic floor physiotherapy. They include:

Can a Physiotherapist Help My Pelvic Floor?

Yes, A Physiotherapist can help your pelvic floor.

It is estimated that 1 in 3 women will suffer from pelvic dysfunction in their lifetime. However, a physiotherapist can help you with a non-invasive treatment plan to address your problem.

The pelvic floor consists of muscles that support the urinary and reproductive tracts and control the bladder and bowels. A dysfunction in one of the muscles can result in pain and discomfort. However, a physiotherapist can help you assess and treat your low back pain, incontinence, constipation, etc., using a personalized therapeutic plan that best suit your needs because no situation is the same.

Our treatment involves pelvic floor muscle exercises, acupuncture, biofeedback and muscle stimulation, pilates for pregnancy and postnatally, perineal and scar massage, and other therapeutic techniques.


It would help if you started pelvic physiotherapy when you notice changes in bathroom use or start experiencing bothersome symptoms in your pelvis (pain)

A physical examination will be performed on you, and you will also be educated on muscles, joints, and organs that may have a role in your symptoms.


Physiotherapy treatment for women can include different techniques and exercises, but your comfort is our priority. We will perform a physical examination on you to know the source of your problem. We will give you extensive education regarding bowel and bladder function, how they work, how to relax your muscles, and how to restrain the bowel and bladder, as well as fluid and fiber intake. We will also give you instructions on abdominal massage and other manual techniques to assist in creating success in the treatment program. Treatment may vary depending on the source of your problems and symptoms, as each treatment is tailored specifically to meet your needs.

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Our physiotherapists are experts who will help you assess your condition to know the source of your problems and then develop a treatment plan specifically for you. Our treatments are based on your symptoms. Therefore, Get in touch with us today to begin your journey to a healthy pelvic floor.


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(587) 875-0640


6007 Mill Woods Rd S Edmonton, AB T6L 5X9

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