Your Pelvic Health Matters.
CURA Physical Therapies is widely respected provincially and nationally for our expertise in pelvic health. As the foundation for your body support this area deserves special attention!
We provide an inclusive environment for all individuals to benefit from specialized treatment for:
- Urinary Incontinence (bladder leakage)
- Bladder Urgency or going to washroom frequently
- Pelvic Organ Prolapse
- Persistent Pelvic Pain (Eg. Endometriosis)
- Sexual pain - vulvodynia, dyspareuria
- Post pelvic or abdominal surgery
- Pregnancy ( prevention and treatment)
- Postpartum (prevention and treatment)
- Birth injury treatment
- Abdominal pain
- Bowel and Chronic constipation
- Prostatectomy Prehab and Rehabilitation
- Male pelvic pain and sexual problems
- Hernia rehabilitation
We bring decades of experience treating pelvic health problems. And we are constantly growing in our knowledge and understanding of pelvic health. Through our research, education, training, and experience, we bring together a customized treatment approach that is best for you.
What pelvic health problem can we help you with?
Prenatal (2nd and 3rd trimester)+ Postpartum (4th trimester)
Bringing new life into this world is a life-changing experience. Starting in the second trimester we work with you and your partner before your birth to help you adjust to the changes in your body and prepare for your birth journey.
After birth, we help you return to activity with a safe plan based on your birth experience. We have expertise in treating and supporting you if a birth injury has occurred. Learn More
Prostate Cancer- Prehab and Rehabilitation
Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer for males. Research clearly supports pre-surgery and post-surgery pelvic health physiotherapy. Learn More
Pelvic pain has many patterns, with connecting causes that have a unique impact on your life.
With pelvic pain, you and your therapist are in a partnership to help you manage your symptoms so that you can do the activities that are important to you. Learn More
Bladder or Bowel Incontinence
It is not part of normal aging to have bladder leakage, urgency (feeling like you will lose control), or frequency (more than 8 times in 24 hours). Nor is bowel leakage or chronic constipation normal.
Let us help you rebuild the muscle patterns for control and discover the lifestyle strategies that will give you confidence in your daily life. Learn More
Pelvic Organ Prolapse
For females, prolapse happens when there is a lack of support for your organs from your connective tissue and muscles . There are MANY contributing factors so we use a full body approach to help you manage your prolapse and do the activities you want to. Learn More