Reabilitação Pav. Pélvico

Pelvic physiotherapy

Who performs pelvic floor rehabilitation?

Physiotherapist Daniela Agostinho, with specific training in the rehabilitation of the pelvic floor of women.


Who is Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation for?

- Anyone who has pain during sex or feels that something is not right

- Loses urine involuntarily, even when laughing, coughing or sneezing

- Fecal Incontinence (involuntary loss of feces and/or gas)

- Feeling heaviness in the vagina, or discomfort in the vagina and/or vulva

- Has difficulty controlling feces and/or gas

- Pre and postpartum

- Pelvic organ prolapse 

- Endometriosis;

- Vaginismus (spasms and involuntary contractions of the vagina, which end up causing a lot of pain and discomfort during sexual intercourse)

- Vulvodynia (chronic pain and/or discomfort in the area of ​​a woman's vulva)


Urinary incontinence

Find out what type of urinary incontinence you have?

Urgency – refers to urinary loss associated with a sudden desire to urinate, which is difficult to control.

Effort – refers to urinary losses during exertion, such as sneezing, coughing, physical exercise…

Mixed – loss of urine associated with urgency and exertion.


How is urinary incontinence treated?

Treatment is adapted to each person’s needs, and can include:

Pelvic Floor Awareness

Kegel exercises – aimed at strengthening the pelvic floor muscles.

Behavioral techniques – there are habits and behaviors that should be adopted or avoided in order to help rehabilitate the pelvic floor.

Postural re-education – Correct posture reduces the pressure placed on the pelvic floor throughout the day.

Respiratory re-education – facilitates coordination between breathing and the pelvic floor muscles.

Myofascial release techniques – They aim to relax and stretch the pelvic floor muscles, helping to relieve pain and increase flexibility.

Biofeedback – increases control, coordination, strength and endurance of the pelvic floor muscles.

Abdomino-pelvic exercises – strengthen and improve the function of the pelvic floor muscles.

Functional exercises + “The Knack” – Consists of incorporating functional exercises that help integrate the pelvic floor muscles into daily activities.

Pelvic floor stretching exercises – increase the flexibility of the pelvic floor.


Pain management strategies

Bladder training – aims to improve bladder function, strengthening the bladder's ability to contain and empty.

Electrostimulation – for muscle activation and proprioception.

It is essential to note that pelvic rehabilitation is completely personalized and adapted to the individual needs of each user. Close collaboration with a physiotherapist specializing in pelvic health is crucial to ensure effective results and a safe, appropriate approach to treatment.


Assessment (1h-1h15) | 45€

1 rehabilitation session 45€ (45-60min) - in packages of 5 sessions

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