PELVIC HEALTH Physiotherapy

Pelvic Health Physiotherapy is a branch of physiotherapy that focuses on the muscles, joints, connective tissues and nerves of the pelvis, low back and hips. It specifically includes a focus on the pelvic floor muscles, which have important roles in bladder/bowel health, sexual function and core strength.

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy for males and females, is appropriate for clients suffering from incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, increased pelvic tone or weakness, low back pain, sexual dysfunction or post surgical complications, including post-natal pelvic floor issues, and can include treatment for concerns pertaining to bladder and bowel function such as:


  • urgency/frequency/constipation
  • pelvic pain
  • painful intercourse
  • pre and post natal care
  • post surgical treatment (ex. post prostatectomy, hysterectomy)
  • and much more. 

You don’t need to live with incontinence, pelvic pain and low back pain.. If you’re experiencing bladder control issues or pelvic floor pain when you sneeze, cough, or in the middle of your fitness routine, our pelvic floor physiotherapist Denisha can help.

Pelvic floor physiotherapy treatments address the pain and discomfort associated with weak or imbalanced pelvic floor muscles. During the initial assessment, your physiotherapist will use external and internal techniques to thoroughly assess your pelvic floor muscles and surrounding structures.  Treatment may involve a combination of manual therapy, individualized exercises and education. Our Pelvic Physiotherapist has received advanced training and is registered with the Ontario College of Physiotherapists to perform internal examinations. Following your assessment you will be given a treatment plan including home exercises. Our Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist Denisha looks forward to meeting with you!

Denisha Thompson BMR, PT

Denisha Thompson BMR, PT

Registered Physiotherapist, Pelvic Health Therapist

Denisha obtained a Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation in 2007 from the University of Manitoba.

Her first position was assisting in a return-to-work rehabilitation program in a private clinic. Following this, she had the privilege of working at Health Science Centre in the out-patient orthopedics department.

Always seeking new challenges and experiences, Denisha decided to embark on a new adventure by moving to Ontario in 2010. In Ontario, she completed her certificate in medical acupuncture, and a variety of post-graduate orthopedic courses for assessment and treatment of spinal, shoulder, and muscle imbalance conditions. Denisha has competed level 1 and 2 orthopedic levels. As she is passionate about health, wellness, and fitness, Denisha obtained her personal training certificate. She has completed level one, two and three pelvic health physiotherapy courses, and a variety of additional pelvic health courses for both male and female conditions.

After returning to Winnipeg for a few years, Denisha has moved back to Ontario and continues to practice both orthopedic and pelvic health physiotherapy.

Denisha is a firm believer in providing patients with advanced manual therapy techniques, education, and exercises in order for them to achieve long-term, durable outcomes.

Note: if you have extended health coverage for physiotherapy, pelvic physiotherapy sessions will be covered. You do not need a referral to be assessed or treated by a physiotherapist; however, some insurance companies do require a physician’s referral to get the cost of physiotherapy reimbursed.

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