Many people are surprised when their doctor refers them to a physiotherapist for treatment of their urinary incontinence. They are more used to hearing that physios treat knees and ankles rather than bladders and bowels. But Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapists spend their working days helping women, men and children re-gain control of not only their bladder and bowel, but also help with prolapse management, pelvic pain and sexual dysfunction.

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