An integrated approach that empowers women with better health

Sydney Pelvic Clinic provides a specialised service for women suffering with pelvic pain or dysfunction, alongside a broad range of general health conditions.

Pelvic Clinic Sydney


As a woman, your body will undergo a unique journey throughout the course of your life. From menstruation to menopause and beyond, we treat a wide range of women’s health conditions at every life stage, with an integrated approach that delivers the best health outcomes for you.

In many cases, the pelvis holds the key to improved quality of life. By focusing on pelvic health, we help women live with more freedom, comfort, and confidence, by overcoming conditions such as incontinence, prolapse, pelvic pain, and sexual dysfunction.

In addition to pelvic health, we offer a comprehensive range of general physio and health services to provide a truly integrated approach to optimising women’s health.

Women's Health Services

Our women’s health services include:

  • Pelvic physiotherapy
  • General physiotherapy
  • Physio-led exercise classes
  • Remedial and relaxation massage
  • Allied health services
  • Pregnancy, birth and post-natal services
Facilities For Comfort & Convenience

Baby Changing Room

Our baby changing room has a nappy change table and vanity for freshening up.

Baby Feeding Area

Use our comfortable custom-built space for breastfeeding and baby feeding.


Drop the kids off at our on-site crèche to be taken care of during your visit!

Free Wi-Fi

Why not take advantage of our free WiFi, available throughout our premises.

Getting Started

Here’s what to expect when you book an initial consult with one of our qualified and experienced pelvic health Physios. We also treat a broad range of general health conditions with physiotherapy, massage and exercise. Learn more about our General Physio services.

Women's Health Services

Complete Pelvic Assessment

Your qualified physiotherapist will begin by assessing your symptoms and pelvis. This includes a thorough review of your symptoms and medical history, and a full physical assessment of your pelvis, which may involve a Real Time Ultrasound to assess the bladder and pelvic floor muscles.

Women's Health Services

Diagnosis & Explanation

Once the cause of your pain or dysfunction has been diagnosed, your physiotherapist will discuss the findings with you, as well as explaining treatment options and expected outcomes. We combine our holistic, integrated approach with cutting-edge technology to achieve the best possible health outcomes.

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Treatment Plan

Your physiotherapist will tailor an individual treatment plan to suit your specific needs, which may include one or more of the following; pelvic floor and pelvic muscle exercises, education and therapy, mindfulness and relaxation techniques, bladder and bowel training, specific exercise rehabilitation, home management plans for ongoing treatment.


Pregnancy, Birth & Recovery Program

Is our specialized program for pregnancy, birth and recovery which focuses on pelvic, physical and mental health, designed to help mums-to-be have a healthy, happy and stress-free journey through pregnancy and beyond.

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First Time Clients Only

Relax & Unwind

Take 60 minutes to unwind and de-stress with a relaxing massage from one of our qualified Massage Therapists and enjoy 20% off your first time.

First Time Clients Only

Stretch & Strengthen

Safely build strength, stability and flexibility of your body and core with our physio-led exercise classes taught by a Physiotherapist, and enjoy 3 studio classes for just $60. We recommend booking a Physio consult first. Find out why.

Conditions We Treat

Our qualified physios and health professionals can help diagnose, treat and manage a wide range of women’s health conditions.

Abdominal Muscle Separation

Abdominal Muscle SeparationRectus Abdominis Diastasis (RAD) commonly known as abdominal separation is when the outer layer of the abdominal muscles separate through the center of the abdominal wall. This is…
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BIRTH RELATED INJURIES & TRAUMAUp to one in three new mothers in Australia have some degree of birth trauma. As the understanding of birth trauma grows, the need to seek…
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C-section Recovery

C-section RecoveryA caesarean delivery, or C-section, may be planned or unplanned, but either way it is major abdominal surgery. We often find women are unsure on how to best look…
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Endometriosis Pain

Endometriosis PainIf you’re experiencing menstrual pain, pelvic pain, and increased sensitivity or activity in your pelvic floor muscles, then it is a good idea to have yourself checked for endometriosis.…
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Faecal Incontinence

Faecal IncontinenceFaecal incontinence is a term used to describe leakage from the bowel, poor ability to control flatus (wind) or staining of underwear (faecal smearing). Faecal incontinence is often associated…
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Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI)

Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI)If you’re experiencing hip stiffness, groin/hip/buttock/back pain and other similar symptoms, then it is a good idea to have yourself checked for femoroacetabular impingement (FAI). What is FAI?…
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General Physio

GENERAL PHYSIO CONDITIONSAt Sydney Pelvic Clinic, our approach to general and sports physiotherapy is integrated and individualised. We seek the core driver of the problem, then use innovative and effective…
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Gynaecological and Breast Cancer

Gynaecological and Breast CancerGynaecological and breast cancer can cause other related conditions, including: Axillary web syndrome (cording) Shoulder and scar stiffness Sexual dysfunction Vaginal stenosis Our physiotherapists here at Sydney…
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Labour Preparation

Labour PreparationHow to Best Prepare Your Pelvic Floor Muscles for Labour Preparing the pelvic floor muscles for labour can help to facilitate an easier birth, reduce your risk of complications,…
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MASTITIS & BLOCKED MILK DUCTSMastitis is an inflammation or infection of the breast tissue that causes breast pain, swelling, warmth and redness in one or both breasts. While it can…
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Overactive Pelvic Floor Muscles (PFM)

Overactive Pelvic Floor Muscles (PFM)If you’re experiencing generalised pelvic, vaginal or rectal pain; tailbone pain; urinary frequency; or other similar symptoms, then it is a good idea to have yourself…
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Pelvic Girdle Pain

Pelvic Girdle Pain Pelvic Girdle Pain, known as “PGP”, is described as any pain occurring in the pelvis (specifically between the iliac crests and the gluteal fold, particularly in the…
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Pelvic Pain and Sexual Dysfunction

Pelvic Pain and Sexual DysfunctionPelvic pain is constant or intermittent pain experienced between the belly button and the tops of the legs. Pelvic pain affects up to 25% of our…
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Post-Natal Rehabilitation

POST-NATAL ASSESSMENTHaving a baby is one of life’s truly remarkable experiences. At Sydney Pelvic Clinic we have watched many of our patients take this journey and we have shared with…
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Pregnancy Related Pelvic Girdle Pain

Pregnancy Related Pelvic Girdle Pain44% of Australian Women report Pregnancy related Pelvic Girdle Pain, known as “PrPGP”, with approximately 10% of those women reporting persistent pain beyond their pregnancy. This…
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ProlapsePelvic organ prolapse is where any of the pelvic organs (bladder/urethra, uterus/cervix, or rectum/bowel) can drop into the vaginal (or sometimes, rectal) space. It is due to excessive stretch of…
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Underactive Pelvic Floor Muscle (PFM)

Underactive Pelvic Floor Muscle (PFM)If you’re experiencing poor bladder and bowel control as well as non-pleasurable intercourse, then it is a good idea to have yourself checked for underactive or…
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Urinary Incontinence

Urinary IncontinenceIncontinence is a widespread condition that ranges in severity from just a small leak to a complete loss of bladder or bowel control. Incontinence affects one in three Australians…
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Case Studies

See how our talented physios have helped women like you achieve their health goals.