Physiotherapy | Women’s Health | Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation | Lactation Support

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Shockingly 1 in 3 women experience women’s health problems during their lifetime. However many tolerate these problems, often for years, either too embarrassed to seek help or unaware that there are treatments available.


Whether you are suffering from pregnancy-related musculoskeletal problems like back pain, pelvic pain, breastfeeding, sciatica or carpal tunnel syndrome, Post-Mastectomy Lymphedema, Or struggling with bladder, bowel and pelvic floor dysfunction, causing incontinence, pain, pelvic organ prolapse or sexual dysfunction, we are here to help you to make a better decision about your health.

women's health physiotherapy

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antenatal care

Antenatal Care

Antenatal classes also called birth and parenting classes, help you and your partner to get ready for labor, birth, breastfeeding and caring for a newborn baby.


Postnatal Care

Massage Therapy is the assessment and treatment of soft tissue and joint dysfunction and pain. Massage can help restore flexibility and range of motion as well as increase overall wellness and relaxation.


Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Many women suffer in silence with pelvic floor problems for years before seeking help. We understand that these symptoms can be embarrassing and at times distressing. We can help you manage Bladder issues, Bowel issues such as incontinence, urgency, and frequency, difficulty emptying etc.

breast cancer

Breast Cancer Rehabilitation

The Breast Cancer Rehabilitation Program is uniquely designed to assist patients recovering from breast surgery and follow up radiation treatment. We understand the importance of taking the time to personalize each physiotherapy treatment plan, which helps patients return to the same functional level they had prior to surgery.



Breastfeeding support service includes Prenatal or Postnatal Breastfeeding Counselling and sessions at home or hospital.


Osteoporosis Management

It is called the "Silent Disease" because symptoms are absent in Early Stages. Hence, prevention is critical in this disorder.

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