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Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy


Are you in need of pelvic floor physiotherapy in downtown Toronto? At Integra Health Centre, our physiotherapists are experts in treating conditions or dysfunctions that impact the pelvic floor area. At our centre, you can find a physiotherapist and a chiropractor in Toronto — all in one place.

Generally, pelvic floor physiotherapy in Toronto involves assessing and treating the muscles involved in urination, bowel movements and sexual reproduction. These muscles and tissues play a key role in maintaining urinary continence and sexual function.

Pelvic health physiotherapy is offered at our clinics in downtown Toronto, easily accessible through the PATH. A specially trained physiotherapist can only perform pelvic health physiotherapy. This physiotherapist must have undergone post-secondary education and be registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. It can further help to retrain the pelvic floor’s muscles and nerves to improve its strength and function.

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy services are offered at our two clinics in downtown Toronto, one in the PATH and the other in the Exchange Tower. Our registered pelvic floor physiotherapists have undergone extensive post graduate training.

Treatment from our expert Toronto pelvic health physiotherapists are typically covered by your extended health benefits plans. Our Integra Medical Doctors can provide you with a note if required.

A specially trained physiotherapist can only perform pelvic health physiotherapy. This physiotherapist must have undergone post-secondary education and be registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.


Who Can Benefit From Pelvic Health Physiotherapy?

If you suffer from any of the following symptoms or have been referred by another health care professional, you may be a candidate for pelvic health physiotherapy:

  • Urinary Incontinence – unable to control the leakage of urine (with coughing, physical activity, etc.)
  • Urgency – having a strong urge to urinate or defecate that isn’t easy to control
  • Frequency – having to urinate very frequently and disrupting your everyday routine
  • Pain during or after intercourse or with any sexual stimulation
  • Diastasis recti
  • Constipation, straining or pain with bowel movements
  • Bowel issues (including constipation, straining or pain)
  • Unexplained pain in the low back, the pelvic region, the genital area or the rectum
  • Organ prolapse
  • Pelvic pain associated with endometriosis, interstitial cystitis and prostatitis (just to name a few)
  • Pre and post-pregnancy issues (including pain, leakage, bulging and scarring from C-sections, tearing or episiotomy)


What To Expect From Pelvic Therapy

During your pelvic health physiotherapy assessment, your therapist will take a detailed medical history and perform both an external and internal examination of the pelvic floor. This will help to determine the state of the pelvic floor and its ability to contract and relax.

Your therapist may also assess your low back, sacroiliac joints, hips and surrounding musculature, as they can influence your pelvic floor. Once your therapist has determined the appropriate plan of action, treatment may include any of the following:

  1. Education: understanding your diagnosis and how your lifestyle choices may be impacting your condition is the first step to improving the function of your pelvic floor and managing your symptoms. Controlling your diet and monitoring your bowel and bladder habits, in addition to postural awareness, can all contribute to your pelvic health.
  2. Manual therapy: Your therapist may use hands-on techniques to stretch, mobilize and release tension in the soft tissue of the pelvic floor and surrounding tissue of the low back, abdomen and lower extremities.
  3. Exercise: exercises to strengthen, lengthen. and improve the coordination of the pelvic floor and surrounding musculature to improve its function. Internal examination and retraining of the pelvic floor is considered the gold standard in pelvic health.
  4. Acupuncture: used to alleviate pain and improve neuromuscular function. Your therapist can further discuss this during your treatment if they feel it is appropriate for you.


We aren’t just a psychotherapy clinic in Toronto. We also offer an array of other services, including rehab, osteopathy, regular physiotherapy, massage therapy and more.

To find out more about how pelvic health physiotherapy in Toronto can help you, please contact our office!

To learn more about your general Pelvic Health, you can watch our webinar here.

Insurance and Direct Billing

Remember that physiotherapy is covered by most extended health benefit plans. For your convenience, should you require a medical note we can have one of our Integra Doctors assist!

Please contact us for more information and to see if you qualify.

A referral to see our Pelvic Floor Physiotherapists is not required. If your insurance provider requires a referral, one of our physicians at Integra Health Centre can help provide this. Please ensure that you inform our receptionists if this is needed before your visit.