Pelvic Floor Therapy Clinic
Pelvic Floor Therapy
Pеlvіс floor dуѕfunсtіоn (PFD) can оссur when women hаvе weakened pelvic muѕсlеѕ оr tears within thе соnnесtіvе tіѕѕuе, muscles or ligaments of the pelvis. As a result, it can cause blаddеr control problems (urinary incontinence, pain while urinating, incomplete emptying of the bladder), bowel control problems (constipation, pain or pressure in the rectum, fecal incontinence), muscle spasms of the pelvis, оr реlvіс оrgаn prolapse.
Phуѕіосаrе Phуѕіоthеrару & Rеhаb Cеntrе рrоvіdеѕ ѕресіаlіzеd rеѕtоrаtіvе intervention for wоmеn wіth реlvіс dуѕfunсtіоn. These sessions are held in a private room by our female physiotherapist, certified in treating pelvic disorders. Using a combination of hands-on interventions and evidence-based practices the physiotherapist will provide an assessment and devise an appropriate treatment plan to suite the individual and their needs.
Director and Registered Physiotherapist
She has been practicing physiotherapy from 2006 and completed her 2 years specialization in Neurological Sciences (University Topper) in 2008. She has been taking many hands-on workshops and courses to continuously enhance her clinical knowledge and skills.
Gunjan is certified in the treatment of urinary incontinence, central pain management, Concussion rehab, Manual therapy level 1, and performs acupuncture and dry needling.
She is also an ADP Authorizer for walkers and wheelchairs apart from assessing and prescribing for orthotics, compression socks and custom bracing.
Mondays - 12pm – 3pm
Tuesdays -9am – 2pm
Thursday - 9am – 2pm
Fridays - 2pm – 4pm