CPP Treatment

Our Approach to Therapy

We commence with a detailed subjective history, followed by a Musculoskeletal evaluation. We then move on to visceral and pelvic floor assessment. Sometimes after an 'organic' cause of pain (such as an infection) has been treated & resolved, the pelvic floor muscles can continue their 'protective' response and continue producing pain. Finally we help correct any Breathing Pattern Disorders (BPD) present and teach relaxation and mindfulness.

Our treatment protocol involves releasing trigger points and tight muscles through manual therapy, and teachs patients how to reduce the tension in their pelvic floor through specific exercises. Connective tissue manipulation is often required to reduce myofascial pain and improve blood flow. The aim is to restore normal balance within the pelvic floor, improve the microcirculation and resolve pain. It's often a combination of treatment techniques and tools that most help with recovery and reduction of pain.

We have found that embracing a holistic approach and that calming down the autonomic nervous system are key to understanding and treating pelvic pain.


Aims of Treatment

  • Correct Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
  • Promote efficeint Breathing pattern
  • Deliver oxygen rich blood to the connective tissue and fascia
  • Successful elimination of toxins and restoration of normal microcirculation to pelvic floor and Vulval area
  • Improve Metabolism and rebalance Hormones
  • Eliminate Pain