Pelvic pain treatment at Home at the Practice London Clapham SW4, Moorgate EC2, Belgravia Westminster SW1 with our Specialist Physiotherapist in London
Physiotherapists specialised in pelvic pain treatment at home in London or at the practice in Belgravia and Moorgate
How our physiotherapist in London treats pelvic pain?
With a gentle stretching technique, working on relaxing the pelvic muscles, physiotherapy will help ease the pain in that area.
The physiotherapist will work on targeted muscles causing the pain such as pelvic floor muscles.
Taking consciousness of muscles relaxing via intra and extra vaginal manoeuvre in order to target the entire relevant muscles group.
The physiotherapist will give you exercises to do to avoid any relapse of pain.
Finally, the physiotherapist is here to listen, advise with posture and problems in your daily life as well as any couple relationship issues.
If you are an Axa or Bupa patient, you cannot book online. Please call our office with your authorisation number.
If you cannot find an appointment which suits you or would like a home visit, call us or send us a message: we will do our best to find you a slot.
Pelvic Pain Treatment at Home in London or at the Practice, Clapham SW4, Moorgate EC2, Belgravia Westminster SW1
We offer offer home visits in London, in order to maintain your privacy and comfort. However, if you prefer you can be treated at one of our three locations across London: Light Centre Moorgate in the City of London, between Liverpool Street and Monument station, Light Centre Belgravia in Westminster near Victoria station, and at our physiotherapy practice in Clapham between Clapham South and Clapham Common stations.
An assessment is necessary before your pelvic pain treatment
Every pelvic pain re-education starts with a check up . Following the check up, the physiotherapist will determine a personalised treatment based on your medical background, the course of your pregnancy and the method of childbirth as well as on your level of awareness of your muscles. Finally she will show you the exercises that you will do between the sessions in order to increase the benefits of the treatment.
Should you need more information about pelvic pain rehabilitation, do not hesitate to contact our physiotherapist who will be able to answer to all your questions
We are covered by most health insurances and are Bupa recognised and axa ppp recognised
For pelvic pain treatment in London call: 0207 125 0262 / 0782 455 3765
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More Information about Pelvic Pain and Pelvic Pain treatment in London
What are the different types of pelvic pain and how to recognise those?
Pelvic pain originates from a muscular dysfunction such as
- Dyspareunia pain with variable intensity and can be felt by either men or women during sexual intercourse
- Vulvodynia vulvar discomfort lasting over 3 months with no apparent cause
- Vaginismus chronic or prolonged pelvic floor muscles contraction at the opening of the vagina. This involuntary and uncontrollable muscle reflex stops any vaginal penetration of any kind. When vaginismus is partial or situational, contractions then only happen when there is an attempted penetration.
- Vestibulodynia occasional burning or tearing pain when a any type of pressure is involved (gynaecological exam, insertion of tampon, riding a bicycle, vaginal penetration)
- Nevralgia pudendal neuropathic pain touching the pelvic area between the genitalia and anus
- Interstitial Cystitis chronic painful bladder, condition not well known and often misdiagnosis touching the bladder and the pelvic area. The bladder wall is normally covered with a protective layer between urine and the bladder tissue. With this condition, this layer is thinner and therefore the acidity of the urine results in a burning sensation in the pelvic area.
- Irritable bowel syndrome chronic bowel dysfunction causing abdominal pain, constipation and/ or diarrhoea
What are the causes of Pelvic Pain?
- Traumas occurring in daily life
- Local fracture or within distance of the perinea area
- Sprains, dislocations
- Extreme sports
- Some types of surgery
- Surgical removal of haemorrhoids
- Childbirth with or without complications
- Sexual abuse causing a defence mechanism
- Psychosomatic reaction from daily tensions and contractions having an effect on the pelvic floor muscles