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Continence & Women's Health

Incontinence affects about 1 in 4 Australians of all ages and from all walks of life (Continence Foundation of Australia).


60-70% of people affected by incontinence can be better managed or cured, however 70% of people affected by incontinence do not seek treatment. Incontinence, although common, should not be considered a normal part of ageing & any bladder problem, big or small, warrants attention to help get the problem under control.


Jessica Forbes – Physiotherapist & Clinical Pilates Instructor - has a special interest in pregnancy, incontinence and women’s/men’s health. Jessica is a qualified APA Level One Pelvic Floor practitioner and has done further study in Overactive Pelvic Floor and Pelvic Pain and Exercise in the Childbearing year.


Signs of a weak Pelvic Floor include

  • leaking urine when you cough, sneeze, walk, run or play sport;
  • difficulty controlling wind;
  • internal heaviness or a dragging sensation and
  • difficulty deferring the urge to pass urine or bowel motions.


People at risk of developing Pelvic Floor dysfunction include:

  • Pre & Post-natal women;
  • Post-menopausal women;
  • Men post prostate surgery;
  • Men & Women following incorrect gym & weight training.

preferred provider







Initial Pelvic Floor consultation 

60 mins




Subsequent Consultation