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PELVIC FLOOR REEDUCATION

For which type of 'pelvic floor problems' can you contact me, as a specialized pelvic health physiotherapist?

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Women

  • Pre- and postnatal physiotherapy

  • Urinary (stress, urge or mixed) and fecal/anal incontinence

  • Voiding disorder (dysfunctional voiding)

  • Prolapses of bladder, uterus and/or intestines

  • Constipation / Functional Constipation

  • Sexual problems: intercourse pain/gynecological examination/tampon use, vaginismus, vulvar vestibulitis/vulvodynia

  • Acute or chronic pain of the pelvic region, as well as of the pelvic floor

  • Postoperative physiotherapy after: TVT, TOT, prolapse surgery, hysterectomy, rectal resection (LARS problems), replacement bladder (neobladder), plastic surgery

  • This is done depending of the need, with the agreement of the patient, via an internal palpation, with or without Biofeedback/Electrostimulation.

Men

  • Urinary and Fecal Incontinence

  • Voiding disorder (dysfunctional voiding)

  • Constipation / Functional Constipation

  • Sexual Problems: Erectile Dysfunction, Premature Ejaculation

  • Acute or chronic pain of the pelvic region, as well as of the pelvic floor

  • Postoperative physiotherapy after prostate surgery (Open, Laparoscopic, Robot), rectal resection (LARS problems), replacement bladder (neobladder), plastic surgery

  • This is done depending of the need, with the agreement of the patient, via an internal palpation, with or without Biofeedback/Electrostimulation.

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Children

  • Diurnal enuresis (wet pants during the day, daytime wetting)

  • Bedwetting (Nocturnal enuresis)

  • Fecal incontinence

  • Constipation / Functional Constipation

  • Potty training

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