Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Bringing a wealth of experience from both private and public health sectors, Physiotherapist Lisa Banfield offers her expertise at The Bubble Launceston.

Lisa Banfield, is an esteemed physiotherapist with extensive experience in both private and public health sectors. With a career spanning numerous years, Lisa brings a wealth of knowledge to her practice at The Bubble Launceston. Specialising in Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy, she is dedicated to evaluating and addressing conditions related to the pelvic floor muscles.

Lisa's expertise is complemented by a commitment to providing personalised care, making a positive impact on the pelvic health and overall well-being of her patients.

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy, a specialised field within physiotherapy, is dedicated to evaluating and addressing conditions related to the pelvic floor muscles.

The pelvic floor comprises muscles, ligaments, and connective tissues situated at the base of the pelvis. These structures provide essential support for pelvic organs like the bladder, uterus, and rectum.


Benefits of Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy:

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy provides a range of advantages, contributing to enhanced pelvic health and overall well-being. Here's how different individuals can benefit:

Women:

  • Pregnant and postpartum women: Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy plays a crucial role in supporting women through the physical changes of pregnancy and aiding in postpartum recovery, addressing issues like diastasis recti and pelvic floor weakness.
  • Women experiencing urinary incontinence: Addressing bladder control issues, urgency, and leakage.
  • Those with pelvic organ prolapse: Strategies to manage and alleviate symptoms associated with pelvic organ descent.
  • Women with sexual pain or dysfunction: Assistance in addressing sexual health issues, including pain during intercourse, decreased sensation, or muscle tightness.

Older Adults:

  • Managing age-related changes, such as urinary and faecal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and pelvic pain.

Individuals with Chronic Pelvic Pain:

  • Relief and management strategies for chronic pelvic pain syndromes, such as interstitial cystitis, endometriosis, or pelvic floor muscle dysfunction.


Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy is personalised, catering to individual needs. Treatment may encompass manual therapy techniques, pelvic floor muscle exercises, education on bladder and bowel habits, and lifestyle modifications.

Referrals not needed.

You may be able to claim your sessions with Lisa through your private health fund depending on your level of cover.

It's important to recognize the uniqueness of each person's journey. Seeking guidance from a qualified Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist can make a significant difference in pelvic health and overall quality of life. Take proactive steps to nurture your pelvic well-being!



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