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Pelvic Floor physiotherapy addresses concerns that have to do with the muscles of the pelvic floor. These deep muscles are responsible for good bladder and bowel function but are also the key component to the poorly understood ‘core’. Pelvic floor physiotherapists are trained in assessing these muscles and helping patients to achieve their goals. Just like all muscles in the body the pelvic floor can be specifically targeted with different types of exercises that should always be tailored to the patient, for the best results.
These muscles can be assessed via discussion, real time ultrasound or internal assessment based on patient comfort and needs. We aim to work with in your limits to make you as comfortable as possible while providing the best evidence based treatments.
Phoebe is a PHYSIOTHERAPIST and CLINICAL PILATES INSTRUCTOR with a special interest in MENS & WOMEN’S HEALTH related to PELVIC FLOOR CONDITIONS as well as JAW problems. She graduated with Honours from Monash University and has recently completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy from Melbourne University. This special interest has developed over many years working in a specialist women’s health clinic, and is now available at Physiosports Brighton for our community of active people with pelvic fitness concerns around pregnancy, bladder and bowel problems, mastitis, prostate surgery and abdominal wall issues.
Phoebe is no stranger to the Physiosports Group community having been involved with Old Brighton Football club as a trainer and physiotherapist since 2016, and now with the Caulfield Grammarians Football Club as Team Physiotherapist.
Having spent 18 years as a competitive Irish Dancer, Phoebe also has an interest in dance physiotherapy and managing dance related injury or conditioning.