With LWF
YOU ARE FRONT & CENTRE

Before & After birth we gently Support You to ensure that STOPPING WHAT YOU LOVE IS NOT AN OPTION

Professional, Personal, EXPERT CARE with YOU AT THE CENTRE of everything we do

Empowering a Future of BETTER HEALTH & WELLNESS for YOU & YOUR FAMILY

Mom Time Antenatal

A Mom Time Pregnancy Consult is a Specialist Antenatal Assessment recommended for women during their pregnancy. Our aim is to help navigate and educate YOU on safe and effective exercises, management of aches and pains you may be experiencing or hoping to prevent. At LWF our expert team deliver a hands on approach to ensure YOU reach your full pelvic floor and health potential and getting your tissues and body ready for your labour and birth.

Mom Time Postnatal

A Mom Time Postnatal Consult is a Specialist Postnatal Assessment recommended for women following both vaginal and caesarean deliveries suitable from 6 weeks post birth. New Moms are often too busy to think about themselves and put others’ needs before their own. The changes to your body during pregnancy, delivery and postpartum can be rapid and dramatic, these changes need to be rehabilitated. We are always thinking about Empowering a Future of BETTER HEALTH & WELLNESS for YOU & YOUR FAMILY

At LWF we believe an individual postnatal assessment is a critical component of postnatal recovery and should be the standard care for all women, ideally 6-8 weeks following childbirth.

We respect the sensitive nature of the service and guarantee patient confidentiality and privacy at all times. If you would like to speak in confidence with one of our specialist pelvic health physiotherapists please get in touch or call the clinic and we would be happy to arrange this for you.

FAQ’s

At your first appointment, your pelvic health physiotherapist will take a thorough history of your current situation, your pregnancy +/- birth. Your physio will then do a physical examination, the nature of which will depend on your issue. They will generally start by looking at your posture before checking specific joints or muscles around the pelvis and/or hips. If required, real-time ultrasound or an internal examination may also be done. They will be able to identify what part of the LWF pathway you are on and individualised treatment program will then be developed to bring you to the resolve stage.

Absolutely! Once you have a baby you are forever postnatal. The Mom Time Consult is for all women who have given birth. The sooner you make an appointment, the sooner a plan can be put in place to help your health and wellbeing or even just reassure you.

A pelvic floor examination is mostly done through an internal vaginal assessment. However if you do not feel comfortable to do this your pelvic health therapist can help you in other ways to guide your treatment plan and understanding of the pelvis.

An internal examination involves the physiotherapist assessing the internal structures of the pelvis, including the pelvic floor, deep hip and pelvic muscles, pelvic organs or coccyx bone/joint. This may be vaginal or a rectal examination, where the physiotherapist uses a gloved digit/finger to assess the relevant structures related to your story. An internal examination will only be performed with your full consent, and there are other options (pregnancy or other) for assessment if you prefer.

Yes all our classes are run by our pelvic health physiotherapists. Click here. (pilates) to find out more

We respect the sensitive nature of the service and guarantee patient confidentiality and privacy at all times. If you would like to speak in confidence with one of our specialist pelvic health physiotherapists please get in touch or call the clinic and we would be happy to arrange this for you.

Absolutely, please fill in the form below and we’ll get back to you. FAQ Pelvic Care

At your first appointment, your pelvic health physiotherapist will take a thorough history of your current situation, medical history and injuries or surgeries to date. Your physio will then do a physical examination, the nature of which will depend on your issue. They will generally start by looking at your posture before checking specific joints or muscles around the pelvis and/or hips. If required, real-time ultrasound or an internal examination may also be done. They will be able to identify what part of the LWF pathway you are on and individualised treatment program will then be developed to bring you to the resolve stage.

A pelvic floor examination is mostly done through an internal vaginal assessment. However if you do not feel comfortable to do this your pelvic health therapist can help you in other ways to guide your treatment plan and understanding of the pelvis.

An internal examination involves the physiotherapist assessing the internal structures of the pelvis, including the pelvic floor, deep hip and pelvic muscles, pelvic organs or coccyx bone/joint. This may be vaginal or a rectal examination, where the physiotherapist uses a gloved digit/finger to assess the relevant structures related to your story. An internal examination will only be performed with your full consent, and there are other options (pregnancy or other) for assessment if you prefer.

No you can self-refer. If you have been referred, please bring any relevant information or documentation with you

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