Join Ana on at the Whitby Curling Club as she speaks about “Women over 40 who want to improve their sex life, live well and enjoy the next stage of their lives.” The event is free, visit our Facebook page for details (date to come).
Durham Pelvic Health Physiotherapy
Durham Pelvic Heath Physiotherapy (DPHP) is committed to educating and empowering all genders and ages regarding pelvic health. We provide evidence-based physiotherapy care that will help improve your quality of life in an active way. We focus on treating pelvic issues relating to incontinence, persistent pelvic pain, organ prolapse, pregnancy and post-partum, pre- and post-urological (prostatectomy) or gynaecological surgeries (hysterectomy), post cancer treatments, peri- and menopause symptoms, and more. Our treatment approach will target your specific goals and help improve your quality of life.
We are located in Whitby, Oshawa, Courtice and Newcastle providing you with local care.
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OUR MISSION: To Improve quality of life through evidence-based physiotherapy.
The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that attach from our coccyx (tailbone) to our pubic bone and ischial tuberosities (sits bones).
Pregnancy is a time of change for your body. Pelvic physiotherapy can be beneficial by assisting in issues caused by pelvic girdle pain and incontinence.
Pregnancy and childbirth cause strain on your body’s pelvic floor, back, pelvis and abdominals while walking, getting dressed and more.
We can address incontinence, sexual roles (erections and orgasms), core stabilization, musculoskeletal issues and more.