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Oxford Physiotherapy Clinic

01865 684964

We are a team of Physiotherapists, specialist in Pelvic Health and have a broad range of clinical knowledge gained over a collective period of 30. As experts we all hold post graduate qualifications in the specialist area of Pelvic Health. We have active relationships with health care professionals, GPs, medical consultants, other therapists and most importantly our patients.
 
 
 
  • All registered with the HCPC

  • 30 years experience

  • Specialists in obstetrics, pelvic and bladder physio

     

    • Pelvic floor muscle retraining

    • Core muscle rehabilitation

    • Lifestyle advice

    • Bladder retraining

    • Bladded and bowel management strategies

    • Pain management

    • Manual therapy

    • Advice on pelvic supports

    • Advice on safe exercise in the ante/post natal period

    • Taping

       

      Other Therapies

      Our expertise spans obstetrics (Ante natal and post natal), bladder & bowel dysfunction, pelvic floor physiotherapy, returning to exercise advice, chronic conditions, bladder pain, men’s health including pre/ post prostatectomy advice & rehabilitation, and erectile dysfunction.
       
       
       
       
      • Lifestyle advice

      • Acupuncture

      • Biofeedback

      • Electrical Stimulation

      • Posterior nerve stimulation through electro acupuncture

      • Dilator therapy

      • Desensitisation

         

        The Mummy MOT®

        A comprehensive post-natal check up.

        Up to half of all women experience weakness in both the abdominal muscles and pelvic floor muscles after pregnancy and up to a third still have a gap in their tummy muscles at 8 weeks post birth. This can cause instability or poor core strength leading to women developing pelvic or back pain or bladder, bowel and sexual dysfunction. These conditions do not have to be something you should just put up with as a result of having a baby.

        It’s recommended that women have an initial assessment after their 6-8 week GP check, but we also treat women who gave birth years ago that may still have a tummy gap or related pelvic floor issues.

        Including:

         
         
        • Full postural screen

        • Pelvic floor muscle assessment

        • Abdominal muscle exam to check for any seperation

        • Screening for any bladder, bowel or sexual dysfunction

         

Main Address: The Orchard, Unipart House, Garsington Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX4 6LN

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