The muscles and ligaments which sling across the base of your pelvis form a region called your pelvic floor. This region essentially serves three key functions:

  • Control of bowel and bladder output
  • Component of pelvic stability
  • Hold in/support pelvic contents

Physiotherapy for continence and pelvic floor rehabilitation involves the management of conditions associated with pelvic floor dysfunction. Though it is popularly thought that these are “women’s” problems they frequently apply to males also. These conditions include:

  • Stress urinary incontinence
  • Urge incontinence
  • Faecal incontinence
  • Chronic pelvic pain


  • Pre and post prostatectomy management
  • Pelvic instability
  • Antenatal and post natal exercise
  • Vulvodynia


Our treating practitioners, Emma Cransberg and Professor Wendy Bower have extensive experience in continence and pelvic floor rehabilitation. They are experienced practitioners who appreciate the sensitivity of dealing with this area and, consequently, afford the utmost privacy and professionalism in their client relationships.