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Pelvic Health

Your pelvis can cause a range of problems resulting in pain, discomfort and these will affect the quality of your life.

Here at Sammy Margo Physiotherapy we are able to help resolve these problems with specialist care and attention.

We provide assessment and treatment of a wide range of pelvic health conditions

These conditions include

· Vaginal prolapse

· Bladder problems such as urinary incontinence and bladder urgency

· Chronic pelvic pain conditions

· Vulvodynia

· Vaginismus

· Painful intercourse (Dyspareunia)

What should I expect from my first appointment?

At your first appointment , you will be asked several questions to find out about your problems and concerns in more detail. Questions will be asked about your past medical history and social history.

Depending on your problems/concerns we are likely to assess your posture, pelvic alignment and stomach muscles. We are also likely to look at different everyday functional movements as well as movements or positions related to your problem.

If your problems are related to your pelvic floor, an internal examination is often advised to assess your pelvic floor function. This can be completed at your first session or later. We will discuss what it involves and why it is advisable. You do not have to have this examination and you have the right to change your mind at any time.

After a full assessment, we will discuss findings and plan of treatment.

On subsequent appointments we will spend time reassessing your symptoms and treatment plan. Treatment will be altered and progressed as necessary.

About Naomi Chanim

Naomi has been a qualified physiotherapist since 2002 and has been working as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist for 17 years.

Since having her 2 boys and experiencing a traumatic assisted delivery and a C-section, she has become passionate about helping and guiding mothers through pregnancy and into motherhood so they can be as happy, fit and active as they can be.

She also is passionate about every mother receiving a 6 week postnatal check for musculoskeletal and pelvic floor dysfunction and guiding woman back to exercise using a safe and person-centred approach. Her years of musculoskeletal experience and training in pelvic health give her a holistic approach.

She is an affiliate member if the Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapists, a Mummy MOT practitioner and has completed her APPI Matwork level 1 and Antenatal and postnatal Pilates courses


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