Assessment: A thorough and comprehensive assessment. including the use of imaging ultrasound and biofeedback if indicated.

Education: A detailed explanation of your condition and treatment options.

Treatment: Treatment varies depending on the problem. Treatment may include pelvic floor muscle exercises, biofeedback, ultrasound imaging, muscle balance and core stability exercises, behavioural changes involving diet and toileting patterns and the use of internal assistive devices (pessaries).

Commitment to sensitive practice: Bowel, bladder and pelvic pain issues can be difficult topics for many people to discuss and for which to seek treatment. Clients will receive excellent treatment in a caring, confidential and respectful environment.