Perinatal Pelvic Health Team
Pelvic Health care for all women and birthing people from pregnancy to 12 months postnatal
We are a team of pelvic floor specialists, running a service to help reduce the chance of you having problems with your bladder or bowels during pregnancy and after birth.
If you do have bladder or bowel concerns, we are here for you.
Anyone can be affected by pelvic floor health problems during or after pregnancy, including accidental leaking of wee or poo (incontinence) and prolapse of the pelvic organs.
The Perinatal Pelvic Health Team has been set up provide support, advice and treatment for those with pelvic floor concerns birthing in Bath and the surrounding areas, Salisbury and Swindon.
What is Pelvic Health?
Your pelvic health is maintained by your bladder and bowel habits, a healthy diet, good fluid intake and regular exercise which involves the pelvic floor muscles.
Pelvic health concerns explained:
Building healthy habits – apps and web links
Information for pregnancy
Preparing for birth
Information for maintaining good pelvic health and treating common problems
How to get support
If you need further support for pelvic floor concerns, please complete our self-assessment form below, or speak to your midwife or GP to be referred in to our service.
Other support: How to get help with pelvic girdle pain
If you are struggling with Pelvic Girdle Pain, ask your GP or self-refer for Physiotherapy in your local area:
Want to know more?
Watch our pre-recorded workshops on Pelvic Health: