Pelvic Floor Therapy

More about Physiotherapy Treatments for Pelvic Health:

Pelvic health physiotherapy is the assessment and treatment of pelvic floor dysfunctions. The pelvic floor is a group of muscles attached to your pelvis and sacrum that provide support to your pelvic organs – and any issues in the area can lead to challenges

When can a physiotherapist help?

Pelvic health physiotherapy helps manage any pelvic pain, incontinence or prolapse. Optimal pelvic health is an important aspect following pregnancy and childbirth and it is not normal to leak urine or suffer from related pain. Pelvic health physiotherapy can get you back to feeling like yourself again.

What Conditions Can Pelvic Therapy Help Treat?

  • Perinatal complications, including tears during delivery
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Fecal incontinence
  • Constipation
  • Pelvic organ prolapse
  • Pain during or after intercourse
  • Pelvic pain
  • Low back pain
  • Hip pain

What Will A Phyisotherapist Do?

A Physiotherapist will begin by performing a complete physical assessment and evaluation. This will include taking a personal health history to help determine what you hope to achieve, and setting treatment goals. Then the Physiotherapist will develop a treatment plan using a wide range of treatment techniques to improve range of motion, strength, function and to relieve pain.

Pain and injuries are not all the same, therefore, at Burlington Sports and Spine Clinic; treatment plans are not the same and we don’t have a “cookie-cutter” approach. We use a variety of evidence-based and modern techniques to develop a customized treatment plan that is tailored to your personal needs. 

We encourage you to call or e-mail the clinic and we will make sure to answer any questions you may have.

Our Physiotherapists:

Tess Kruspe


Emma Conron

Physiotherapist Emma Conron

Do I need a Referral?

You do NOT need a referral from your Medical Doctor to receive an assessment or treatment from a Physiotherapist. However, some extended health benefit (EHB) plans require a MD referral in order for you to claim physiotherapy and receive your insurance reimbursement.