Physiotherapy for Women’s Health

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What is physiotherapy for Women’s Health?

Women’s Health physiotherapy offers a non-surgical treatment option for an assortment of women’s health problems. It is designed to treat a wide range of women’s needs such as incontinence, vaginal and pelvic health, osteoporosis, wellness, exercise and more.

How can our physiotherapists help you?

Our Women’s Health physiotherapists are experienced, effective and able to provide a tailored treatment plan to help you get back to being you! They understand that the female anatomy is complex, unique and varies throughout the different phases of life; they are able to offer suitable options for their patients, created with the intention of addressing the symptoms associated with many common conditions.


Our expert physiotherapists are able to treat conditions such as:

  • Pelvic floor issues
  • Incontinence
  • Bowel issues
  • Prolapse
  • Musculoskeletal issues associated with childbirth
  • Pre & Post Pregnancy-related pain and dysfunction
  • Postnatal mastitis
  • Lymphodaema
  • Issues related to breastfeeding

Women’s Health is available at these Health First Group clinics.

Hervey Bay





Frequently Asked Questions

When should I see a Women's Health specialist?

Seeing a specialist is pivotal if no other treatment methods have worked, or if you’re anxious about your condition, feel ill-equipped and require a structure to function and help manage the symptoms affecting your life. Pain is a large factor, as well as changes in your quality of life.

Do I need a referral?

No referral is necessary for an appointment with any of our Women’s Health specialists.

Can I use my private health fund for this appointment?

We accept all private health funds.

What should I wear to my appointment?

Any comfortable clothing is appropriate for your appointment.

What should I bring to my appointment?

Bring yourself! If there is anything else you may need to bring as treatment progresses you will be notified.

How many treatments will I need?

Treatment times vary according to the problem and the extent thereof. Most pelvic issues take a minimum of 4 weeks to reach a baseline improvement.  Adequate management then takes a further 2-3 months, with sessions occurring roughly once a week. This would include homework and exercise programs to follow, to ensure the best possible results.

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What we are about

Our practictioners are AHPRA registered physiotherapists

All of our physiotherapists are registered with the AHPRA and have completed post-graduate education yearly to supplement their education and knowledge for a high standard of patient care.

What we are about

Multiple clinics, same industry-leading service

Our team across all clinics locations at Health First are highly experienced and skilled in treating a wide variety of injuries. We understand that no two patients or injuries are the same. This is why we ensure every patient enjoys tailored physio treatment and is handled professionally, with the highest level of care.

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