Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation

Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation in London with Our Pelvic floor Physiotherapist specialist, Home visit in London & practice treatments at our Practices in Moorgate Monument EC3, Belgravia Westminster SW1 or Clapham SW4


Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation and Pelvic floor assessment  in London at home or in our physiotherapy practice (the French Way)

We are aware that pelvic floor re-education is a very intimate issue and could feel a little embarrassing for many. That is why our pelvic physiotherapists are highly trained female therapist with years of specialisation in pelvic floor rehabilitation and incontinence treatment. Our Women’s Health Physiotherapists specialised in France, Australia and Spain and use only the latest and most efficient pelvic floor rehabilitation techniques. We have helped numerous women overcome their issues and they say that we are the best pelvic floor specialists in London. We can help you too..

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 that 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.

Our Pelvic floor rehabilitation in London starts with a pelvic floor assessment by our pelvic floor physio

Every pelvic floor re-education starts with a check up of the strength of your perineum and of your level of awareness of it. Following the check up, our pelvic floor 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. The assessment allows our pelvic floor physio to tailor a specific treatment for you.
Should you need more information about pelvic floor rehabilitation, do not hesitate to contact our physiotherapist who will be able to answer to all your questions on 02071250262

Pelvic Floor London treatment at home or at the practice in Moorgate Monument EC3, Belgravia Westminster SW1 or Clapham SW4

We offer pelvic floor rehabilitation in London at your home for women who prefer to be seen in the intimacy of their home by our pelvic floor physio. However, we also offer treatment at any of our practices: the Light Centre Belgravia SW1 in Westminster, near Victoria station, the Light Centre Monument EC3 between London Bridge and Bank Stations and our practices in Clapham SW4 between Clapham south and Clapham common Stations.

Our physiotherapy and osteopathy treatments are covered by most health insurances and are Bupa registered & recognised (BUPA Global and BUPA UK), Axa registered & recognised (AXA International, AXA PPP), Cigna registered & recognised and WPA registered & recognised

For Pelvic floor rehabilitation in London appointment at home or at the clinic: 0207 125 0262 / 0782 455 3765

Pelvic floor Treatment and Rehabilitation in London

When shall I start my Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation?

There is growing support in favour of beginning to exercise before the childbirth (ante natal). Your awareness of this muscle will facilitate the labour.
After childbirth (post natal) you have to wait at least six to eight weeks before starting any re-education or sports. It is very important to not start any abdominal re-education with a weak pelvic-floor because it would increase the stretch of the perineum and increase such symptoms as incontinence (see abdominal re-education section). After these six- eight weeks you may start your pelvic floor re-education whenever you fell ready for it.

If you gave birth a few years ago, did not do any rehabilitation and that you start feeling the consequences of it (incontinence, prolapse, lost of sexual sensation) no worries, it is never too late to start strengthening the perineum and find a normal micturition.

Pelvic floor rehabilitation is effective at all ages whether it is for young mothers, elderly as well as women without children but who suffer from those symptoms.

Why do I need Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation?

While giving birth is the most wonderful time in a women’s life, the nine months of pregnancy and the labour have a big impact on your pelvic-floor. The baby’s weight puts pressure on it, the increase of hormones (oestrogen and relaxin) and finally the childbirth will stretch the muscles.  The combination of these factors will lead to the loss of tonus and the muscles will not be able to play their role as before. This is unavoidable and can bring serious consequences if left untreated (incontinence, prolapsed womb, back pain, reduced sexual sensation). But although it is unavoidable, it is not irreversible. Pelvic-floor rehabilitation will allow you to regain the strength and the tonus of your muscles and therefore avoid suffering these complications in the future.
Pelvic floor is certainly one of the most, if not the most important muscle for a woman. It plays a very important role: it is the muscle holding the womb, the bladder, and its’ tonus allows continence by closing the sphincters. And finally, it is the base for a good back health. A stretched perineum will not be able to maintain all those functions and will as well as normal sexual sensation.

Do You Suffer From Incontinence?

Do You Want to Get your Flat Stomach Back?

Pelvic floor rehabilitation with Hypopressive gymnastic & Hypopressive Method to treat incontinence and train pelvic floor safely, Treatment at home in London or at our practices in Moorgate Monument EC3, Belgravia Westminster SW1 or Clapham SW4

pelvic_floor_mummys_physio_001At Mummy’s Physio we were the pioneers to bring hypopressive method in London in 2008 and it s now consider as the ultimate, safer and most efficient post natal pelvic floor rehabilitation and core toning method.

Training the pelvic floor muscles is crucial for any woman in order to avoid any bladder issues, back pain or loss of sexual sensation. Getting back in shape and a flat stomach is as important. The Hypopressive Method allows both muscles rehabilitation and muscles toning.

A strong and healthy pelvic floor is vital for any women and their present and future health. 
The Hypopressive Method contributes to a better quality of life for women and the feeling of being back in control of their body.

Hypopressive Method has preventive and curative results for all urinary incontinence so if you would like to be able to sneeze, cough or run without fearing a leak, this is for you. A 2007 study done by Fernandez, showed an 85% decrease or elimination of the symptoms for incontinence using the Hypopressive method.

To read more about hypopressive gymnastics click here

Our physiotherapy and osteopathy treatments are covered by most health insurances and are Bupa registered & recognised (BUPA Global and BUPA UK), Axa registered & recognised (AXA International, AXA PPP), Cigna registered & recognised and WPA registered & recognised

For pelvic floor rehabilitation physiotherapy  in London: 0207 125 0262 / 0782 455 3765

More information about pelvic floor rehabilitation

Pelvic floor rehabilitation: how can I strengthen my pelvic muscles?

Pelvic floor rehabilitation is the most effective pelvic physiotherapy technique to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles using as set of specific pelvic floor exercises and pelvic assessment. As many women don’t necessarily know how to trigger the contraction of these specific muscles, pelvic floor rehabilitation must first be taught and monitored by a pelvic floor physio specialist to be sure that they are done correctly and to avoid damaging any other muscles around this area.

Once you have understood and feel the correct contraction, you will be able to increase the intensity of these exercises and strengthen your muscles until your pelvic floor tone is back to normal.

How long does pelvic floor rehabilitation take?

Pelvic floor rehabilitation depends on the level of strength of your muscles and how damaged they can be. Our pelvic physio usually take as little as 4 weeks to months to treat your pelvic floor fully.

How to prepare for a pelvic floor assessment?

You don’t need to prepare anything for your consultation. No specific clothes are needed either. If you have any past or current treatments, or any other medical history that had an effect on your pelvic floor muscles, it’s always helpful to bring your previous exams to your session. This will help your pelvic physio to be even more accurate in her assessment and to be more specific on the creation of your pelvic floor rehabilitation treatment plan.

Do I need pelvic floor rehabilitation?

Pelvic floor rehabilitation with a physiotherapist might be needed if you experience any of those symptoms:

  • Going to the bathroom often
  • Constipation
  • Pain during bathroom time (stool or urinating)
  • Lower back pain or pelvic pain
  • Vaginal pain, rectal pain
  • Pain during sex
  • Lack of sensation during sex
  • Feeling of pressure in the vaginal area

Why do I have a weak pelvic floor ?

A weak pelvic floor can happen for various reasons:

  • Pregnancy
  • Childbirth
  • Heavy baby
  • Constipation
  • Weight problems, obesity
  • Surgery
  • Menopause
  • Chronic cough
  • Ageing

How can I avoid pelvic floor weakness and therefore incontinence?

Your lifestyle can have an impact on the strength of your muscles and pelvic floor:

  • Stay active to reduce excess of weight
  • Have a healthy diet with lots of fruits, vegetables and fibre to prevent constipation
  • Drink a lot of water
  • Get treated if you suffer from chronic cough
  • Start doing some pelvic exercises during your pregnancy, this will also help for a smooth delivery

Do I do my pelvic floor rehabilitation exercises right?

To do your pelvic floor rehabilitation exercises correctly, it’s important to seek help from a professional. A women’s health and pelvic floor physio will be able to guide you in doing the right exercises for you, and prevent from damaging them. Once you know them and understand the feeling of the right pelvic muscle contractions, you will be able to do them yourself and increase the intensity.

Pelvic floor rehabilitation’s tips on contracting your pelvic floor muscles properly

While doing your pelvic floor rehabilitation, breathing properly during your pelvic floor exercises is the base of an efficient pelvic floor treatment. Whether you are doing your pelvic exercises by yourself or with our pelvic floor physio you must always:

  • Inhale into your belly while your pelvic floor is relaxed
  • Exhale while imagining closing and lifting up your anus towards your belly button
  • Release

if you follow this pelvic exercises tip you will feel the efficiency increased in your pelvic floor contraction.

Pelvic floor exercises for reduced sexual sensations

Learning to control your pelvic floor muscles with a pelvic physio by contracting and relaxing them can help increase pleasure and sensation during sex with your partner, for you and them. This subject is still taboo for many but results are usually very impressive and many of our patients are very happy to regain the sexual sensations they had lost for months or years.

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 that 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.

You can read below the interview of our pelvic floor specialist who has a master degree in women’s health physiotherapy and has been treating women for more than 20 years:

So the pelvic floor: what is it?

We often hear about pelvic floor exercises for women but do you really know what is the pelvic floor and why treating it is important in every stage of life.

What is the pelvic floor?

The pelvic floor is a combination of skin, muscles and connective tissue called fascia, all sitting within the pelvic and supporting pelvic organs. The pelvic floor sits like a hammock within our pelvis, attached to the pubic bones at the front, the coccyx bone at the back and the two ischial tuberosities on the right and the left where are sit bones.

Pelvic floor muscles consist of two separate layers

The first layer are the superficial muscles, which is more about squeeze muscle groups and includes the external anal sphincter at the back, the bulbo muscles at the front, and the two attaching side muscles.

The deeper layer sits inside the pelvis, attaching onto the pubic bones at the front, and is more a bowel lifting muscle groups.

What are the roles of the pelvic floor?


The main roles of the pelvic floor consist of continence and control of both the bladder and the bowel. It supports our organs including the bladder, the uterus and the rectum, from below to help prevent the pelvic organ prolapse and to hold organs in the best position in order achieve their optimal function.

Sensation during intercourse

The pelvic floor also helps with sensations during intercourse. Contracting your pelvic floor during intercourse will often lead to more sensations. However, if your pelvic floor is overactive or you cannot let go off your pelvic floor muscles, sometimes this can result in pain during intercourse.

Hold the pelvic in place

The pelvic floor also helps stabilise the pelvis. It supports pelvic girdle joints including the pubic symphysis joint at the front and the two sacroiliac joints at the back.

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 that 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.

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