Women's Pelvic Health

The Pelvic Floor: Strength And Support

At Harmony, you will learn:

  • How the pelvic floor functions in relation to your body

  • How to do a correct kegel (if that is what you actually need)

  • How to integrate key exercises into your daily activities

  • How to optimize bladder or bowel function

  • Effective strategies to keep you healthy for the long haul

Team Harmony can help you with:

  • The underlying causes of pelvic floor dysfunction

  • Stress, urge, mixed, gas or fecal incontinence

  • Frequent urination and urgency or overactive bladder conditions

  • Pelvic organ prolapse of the uterus, bladder, urethra, rectum or the vagina

  • Any dysfunction related to pelvic support issues

Harmony Women`s Pelvic Health Physiotherapy is ideal for:

  • Women currently experience urinary or fecal incontinence of any kind or a strong sense of urgency

  • Women with pelvic organ prolapse or a feeling of heaviness, pressure or bulging in the perineum

  • Women who wish to try conservative management before surgery for pelvic or bladder dysfunction

  • Women who had a hysterectomy or other pelvic surgery, and currently experience issues with their pelvic floor

Athletes with Harmony

At Harmony, you will learn about:

  • How the pelvic floor & core function in the context of the whole body

  • Why dysfunction is not necessarily a problem of muscle weakness

  • To re-wire your brain-body for optimal motor functioning

  • The connection between how you breathe & move and your function

Team Harmony can help you with:

  • Urinary incontinence or urgency during exercise

  • Pelvic floor discomfort, pain or pressure during fitness activities

  • The inner core unit including the pelvic floor

  • The underlying drivers for pelvic dysfunction, and how Team Harmony can help you correct these deficits

Harmony Athlete Pelvic Health Physiotherapy Programs are ideal for:

  • Post-partum mamas who are eager to get back to exercise, sports, boot camp, or training or any kind

  • Fit women who run, work out, train or compete who experience urinary leakage during their activity

  • Women who experience pelvic heaviness or pressure during or after activity, or who have been diagnosed with a pelvic organ prolapse

  • If pregnant, book your initial consultation during your 2nd trimester. If post-partum, it is best get checked 6-8 weeks after delivery. However, it is never too late to get checked.