Six Physio

WOMEN'S HEALTH PHYSIO

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Physio For Menopause

During menopause and perimenopause, the levels of oestrogen in the body drop dramatically, which has a negative effect on our pelvic floor and surrounding muscles.
 
Our Specialist Women’s Health Physiotherapists will assess your pelvic floor strength and endurance, as well as whether there is any tightness in the pelvic floor. Both weakness and tightness can contribute to a dysfunctional pelvic floor.
 
We will set out a clear treatment programme to resume pelvic floor strength and control, as well as assessing for any biomechanical dysfunction around the pelvis. Pelvic floor strength and endurance is essential to prevent continence and prolapse symptoms from developing. 
 
Your physio can also help with joint and tendon pain associated with the menopause. Our joints and tendons are more susceptible to load and stress placed upon them during the menopause, so specialist input is often necessary to settle your symptoms and get you back to physical activity safely. 

About Six Physio

The Women's Health team at Six Physio have a reputation for being leaders in their field, covering all areas from pelvic pain to pregnancy and the menopause. 

Shockingly 1 in 3 women experience women’s health problems during their lifetime. With appointments available in-clinic, at-home or virtually, we are able to share our expertise and offer treatment to anyone experiencing symptoms. As pelvic floor specialists, we can help anyone who is struggling with bladder, bowel and pelvic floor dysfunction, causing incontinence, pain, pelvic organ prolapse or sexual dysfunction, some of which are associated with menopause.

Working across 9 clinics, our 13 Specialist Physios are absolutely passionate about helping women significantly improve their quality of life. Our service is highly confidential and respects the sensitive nature of these problems. 

At Librium Menopause Clinic, we refer clients to Six Physio at a discounted price, to assess and treat pelvic pain.