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Pelvic Floor Health: the low-down
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Pelvic Floor Health: the low-down

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How to find a pelvic floor physiotherapist

If going to see a pelvic floor specialist is something you think you could benefit from, check out the physios below to get you started or go to the BC Physiotherapy Association of BC for more info. Most physio offices are also happy to take your calls and answer any questions and concerns that you make have.

Physiotherapists

Dayan Physiotherapy and Pelvic Floor Clinic
909-750 West Broadway
Vancouver, 604/739-3133
Dayanphysio.com
At Dayan Physiotherapy, we provide excellent care with respect, knowledge and skill in all aspects of what we do.  Fully equipped with imaging ultrasound and EMG to provide excellence in diagnosis and treatment. And, we are baby friendly!

Coast Therapy
103-1112 Austin Ave.
Coquitlam, 604/492-0333
coasttherapy.ca
Corrie Okamura has her Masters in Physiotherapy with post-graduate training in pelvic floor rehabilitation and vestibular therapy.  She is passionate about women’s health and is committed to helping women maintain or regain their function and quality of life.

Johanne Sabourin Physical Therapist Corp.
508 Riverview Crescent, Coquitlam
604.475.0522
and
City Centre Obstetrics and Gynecology
1201-13737 96th Ave, Surrey
604.475.0522
SABOURINPT.CA (Summer)
We help women through the whole pregnancy process. Readying for pregnancy; dealing with pregnancy pelvis/back pain and preparing for delivery. And recovering postpartum –  posture, breathing pattern, pelvic floor and deep core muscles, and integrating it all into your everyday activities…
Goal: preventing prolapse, incontinence now AND at menopause.

CBI Health Centre – New Westminster
233 Nelson’s Crescent #501, New Westminster, 604/526-2111
cbi.ca
At our New Westminster location, Women’s Health Services are offered through our Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist Kate Shaw. Through an active approach using biofeedback, she assesses and treats incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and other health conditions including pre and post-natal care.

CBI Health Centre – Guildford
15387 104 Ave, 200, Surrey, 604/951-7345
cbi.ca
One on one treatment with Vinu George, Physiotherapist, to address a variety of issues including incontinence/ leaky bladder (leakage with coughing, laughing, jumping), urgency, frequency, pregnancy related leakage and pelvic pain.

CBI Health Centre Chilliwack – Garrison
8-45575 Keith Wilson Rd, Garrison Village, Chilliwack, 604/426-0516
cbi.ca
Megan Sawatsky, Physiotherapist, provides one on one assessment and treatment of a vast array of problems, including incontinence, diastasis recti, dyspareunia, post-partum return to activity, pelvic organ prolapse and pelvic pain.

 

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