Women’s Health services
UFIT’s Women’s Health Physiotherapist are specialists in pelvic floor muscle dysfunction which can be an issue at any time of life in women. Our physios are specially trained to be able to assess and treat:
- Urinary incontinence
- Overactive bladder
- Faecal incontinence
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Painful sex
- Post-prostatectomy incontinence and erectile dysfunction
Meet our Women’s Health Team
UFIT’s Pre-natal team of Physiotherapists, Pilates instructors and massage therapists are specialists in the management of pregnancy-related aches and pains including:
- Lower back pain
- Upper back and neck pain
- Pelvic pain
- Pubic symphysis dysfunction
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Pre-natal/pregnancy massage
UFIT’s Women’s Health Physio can also see you for a pelvic floor muscle assessment to ensure that you avoid issues such as incontinence and back pain in the later stages of your pregnancy and the post-natal period.
If you’d like to meet the team of physios, massage therapists, nutritionists, psychologists and Pilates instructors why not sign up for UFIT’s Prenatal Program? The 7-week program focuses on keeping the soon-to-be mum happy and healthy in pregnancy with talks and practical sessions from our women’s health physio, a psychologist, nutritionist, meditation instructor and yoga teacher.
Post-natal Services at UFIT
Pregnancy and childbirth place a huge amount of physical stress on your body which can result in back pain and pelvic floor issues. UFIT has one of Singapore’s largest teams of post-natal specialists who can assist in your recovery after childbirth and prevent common post-natal issues from occurring.
Our women’s health physiotherapists and massage therapists can assist you in the management of:
- Rectus abdominis diastasis
- Painful episiotomies and caesarean scar lines
- Blocked milk ducts
- Lower back pain
- Neck pain
- De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis
- Relief of muscle tension often associated with breastfeeding and poor sleep
The UFIT post-natal team work together to ensure that you make the best recovery possible following delivery. Our Women’s Health Physiotherapist can assess your pelvic floor muscles and rectus abdominis diastasis to determine when you are safe to return to exercise or to commence Pilates with our post-natal Pilates instructor. Pilates is a great way to strengthen the pelvic floor and abdominal muscles which will reduce back pain and pelvic pain.