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Pelvic Floor Services

Pelvic floor issues can happen to anyone regardless of gender or age age and appear for a number of reasons: hormonal changes such as during pregnancy or at the time of menopause, as a result of labour but also after prostate surgery. These can result in a number of symptoms which can include life-disruptive discomfort, physical pain and even severe emotional distress.

A simple evaluation by a qualified physiotherapist can determine whether there is a pelvic floor issue and how best to address is. In many cases, treatment is really simple and can make the symptoms disappear altogether.

Jolene Smith is Focus Health's pelvic floor expert, with 15+ years’ experience in the field

Jolene's positive and caring approach, coupled with her use of computerised biofeedback techniques has helped hundreds of people sort out their pelvic floor problems and recover control.

Jolene also offers specialised yoga classes for mothers of all ages.

Only Provider of Computerised Biofeedback
in Hawkes Bay

With biofeedback you can see what your muscles are doing on a computer screen.

 

This is especially helpful with the pelvic floor, since it is a muscle that doesn’t move any limb and is therefore difficult to “find” and objectively determine its strength.


Biofeedback shows if the pelvic floor is working correctly and can measure the strength of the contractions. The progress of strengthening is measured objectively and accurately.

Research shows that using biofeedback significantly improves treatment outcome.

Do you experience any of these symptoms?

Stress
Incontinence

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Urgency
or Urge
Incontinence

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​Bladder Frequency
or Nocturia

What is it? >

Flatus or Faecal Incontinence

What is it? >

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

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Postpartum
Numbness

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Pelvic Floor Laxity

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Persistent Pain the Pelvis Area

What is it? >

Pregnancy Related Pains

What is it? >

Diastasis of Rectus Abdominis

What is it? >

Prostate Surgery Support and Recovery

What is it? >

Incontinence or Prolapse
Surgery

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