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We can improve your quality of life if you have poor pelvic floor tone or urinary incontinence (urge, stress, or mixed).
We need to see you for an assessment to determine which urinary incontinence treatment is best for you. We may need more tests from our doctors.
You may only need non-surgical treatment. Sometimes you need medication.
Don't be afraid of surgery if it's your last resort to improve your quality of life. Every step of the way, we'll help.
Physiotherapy can treat pelvic floor disorders that cause pain and prolapse.
A pelvic floor physiotherapist or doctor can supervise pelvic floor strengthening exercises with a biofeedback device purchased online.
Safe and effective hormonal and non-hormonal treatments are available.
Female EVA (EVA by gentle radio frequency, Rejuvenation of the vagina to reduce age-related issues.

What to expect

In a 30-minute initial appointment, we’ll begin with a medical assessment to review your medical history, existing health conditions, medications and symptoms. This assessment is done by Q&A, observation and interpretation of any test results.

It may involve a physical exam to assess your pelvic floor muscles, bladder and urethra and identify any signs of prolapse like bulging of the vaginal walls or cervix.

We will discuss treatment options, develop an individualised treatment plan, arrange for any prescriptions, referrals, screenings and tests and schedule a follow-up appointment.

Frequently Asked Questions