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At Southpoint Health, Diane Maxwell focuses on Physiotherapy for Women’s Health, which centres on educating and training women on pelvic floor health and function, in order to prevent potential future difficulties and incontinence.

Pelvic floor training is effective for women of all ages; pre and post childbirth, menopausal, seniors and those undertaking a fitness program.

These are usually the times when weak pelvic floor muscles are first noticed and with physiotherapy intervention, women can learn how to correctly identify and contract these muscles to assist with lifelong continence and wellbeing. Pelvic floor muscle training is particularly important for the prevention and management of specific conditions related to bladder and bowel health and control.

Advantage Of Treatment

Physiotherapy brings awareness to the individual of their muscles, movement and posture; providing education and treatment to give best function for activities of daily living.

Physiotherapy can also rehabilitate areas of the body with reduced function due to illness, injury or neglect, building strength and reinstating the body’s natural ability and healthy functioning.

When provided alongside other forms of treatment, physiotherapy can be a powerful tool in the attainment of overall health and wellbeing.

Physiotherapy can help treat a range of issues.

Diane Maxwell practises Physiotherapy with a focus on Women’s Health at Southpoint Health and has been privileged to assist individuals with the following:

  • Aged Care Physiotherapy
  • Continence
  • Lower Back Pain
  • Pelvic Floor Muscle Training
  • Recovery following a stroke
  • Rehabilitation