Women’s Health Pelvic Floor Professional & Academic Societies
The following professional and/or academic societies promote evidence based practice in Pelvic floor & women’s health. Information on these websites can be very useful for clinicians and researchers. Please contact us if need Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy in Victoria.
Women’s Health Pelvic Floor Patient Resources, Education & Advocacy
The following websites are good places where you may seek accurate and up to date information on men & women’s health issues. Some are generated by professional associations and others are generated by advocacy groups. The advocacy groups have, however, solid reputations with a mandate to educate and inform patients.
- Pelvic Pain Help
- The Pelvic Expert
- Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia
- Pelvic Health Rehabilitation Center
- Men’s Pelvic Floor Exercises
Our Victoria Pelvic Floor Physiotherapists Shannon Huff , Holly Mallari & Leah Taylor can help treat any pelvic floor problems. Please call us at 250-381-9828 or book online
Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Research
Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy for women with urogenital dysfunction: indications and methods
Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy in Urogynecological Disorders
Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation: Conservative treatment for incontinence
Female Urinary Incontinence rehabilitation
Postnatal Pelvic Floor Dysfunction: Conservative Treatment and Management Options
Physical Therapy for female pelvic floor disorders
Female Pelvic floor functions, dysfunctions and behavioral approaches to treatment
Physiotherapy for Urinary Incontinence
Evaluating the performance of pelvic floor exercises in women with urinary incontinence
Pelvic Floor muscle exercise and urinary incontinence: train yourself continent!
Physiotherapy for persistent postnatal stress urinary incontinence; a randomized controlled trial
EMG-Biofeedback assisted pelvic floor muscle training is an effective therapy of stress urinary or mixed incontinence: a 7 year experience with 390 patients
Rationale of pelvic floor muscles training in women with urinary incontinence