Symptoms

The symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction are not usually singular.

Urinary stress incontinence (wetting on exertion eg. run, jump, laugh, cough, sneeze).

Urinary frequency often with urgency and nocturia.

Bowel function problems (decreased flatus control, difficulty in initiating defecation, or incomplete bowel evacuation).

Urogenital prolapse (drag/heaviness often with associated backache).

Inability to wear tampons.

Sexual dysfunction (decreased sexual sensation, vestibulitis, vaginismus).

Pain

If you have any or all of these problems you are already compromising your quality of life.problem

Today’s women want optimal function prior to menopause and also from 40-70 years to participate in and enjoy a fully active life.

Women need to understand the importance of the pelvic floor. They need to know what to do and what not to do. The factors which have led to the dysfunction will continue to do so if not eliminated.

To make an appointment to see Brenda, click HERE.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Brenda Holloway
Women's Physiotherapist
The Health Centre
83B Tristram St

Hamilton
New Zealand

Ph (07) 838-3400
Fax (07) 838-3401

brenda@brendaholloway.co.nz


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Become informed and take the proactive, non invasive, supportive approach to regaining control of your most intimate body functions."

-Brenda