Specialized Pelvic Health Care

At the PG Pelvic Floor & Core Rehabilitation Centre, we help you restore your pelvic floor and core and maximize your quality of life. We offer pelvic health care in Prince George. Our team of experienced professionals provide tailor-made treatment plans based on your conditions. Here are some of the conditions we commonly treat:

Bladder disorders

(incontinence, urgency)

Bowel disorders

(incontinence, constipation)

Chronic pelvic pain

(vulvodynia, vaginismus, pudendal neuralgia)

Coccydynia

(tailbone pain)

Childbirth injury

Pelvic girdle pain

Pelvic organ prolapse

Diastasis recti

Painful intercourse

Pubic symphysis dysfunction

Men’s health

prostatitis, post-prostatectomy complications, and men’s chronic pelvic/low back pain

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Our Treatment Plan

When you choose the PG Pelvic Floor & Core Rehabilitation Centre, you will receive personalized treatments where our therapists will educate you on your condition, provide basic exercises and modalities (if appropriate to help stimulate pelvic floor activation), offer functional exercises and activity progressions, as well as provide one-on-one troubleshooting sessions. Most of our patients come in for an average of one session a week for five weeks with a physiotherapist and then work on maintenance with a home program. The follow-up program includes integrating core exercises with pelvic floor and functional activities which vary according to the activity level of the individual.

Internal examinations are only used as part of a troubleshooting session, and are booked upon therapist recommendations or patient request. For more information on our treatments, just give us a call.

Our Modalities

Biofeedback analysis

Biofeedback

Biofeedback is an effective way to retrain weak pelvic floor muscles. It gives you instant and continuous information about how your muscles are functioning.

Real time ultrasound

Real-time ultrasound

This is used as a form of biofeedback where you can visually see the movements of your pelvic floor muscles in real-time.

Externa Stimulation

External stimulation

This helps patients with timing and developing the neuromuscular link.

Internal Stimulation

Internal stimulation

This kind of stimulation is used only after an internal examination where the therapist can detect no discernible contraction.

Suffering from Pelvic Girdle Pain?

Get your pelvis checked and treated at our centre.