Pelvic Health Physiotherapy in Christchurch with Maree Frost
Closed May 25 2023
Thank you so much for all your support over the years.
Maree specialises in pelvic health physiotherapy, having gained post-graduate qualifications from Otago University in continence management in 2002. Her dedication in delivering a high standard of care to her patients has gained her respect amongst her colleagues including consultant urologists, gynaecologists and colorectal surgeons.
Maree developed the Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Service at Christchurch Women’s Hospital where she worked for 19 years before moving to focus on her private practice in 2014 until 2023.
Maree has developed the Pelvic Floor Focus workshop for personal trainers which is now taught nationwide. To see more details on this workshop, go to: www.continence.org.nz
Leaking urine when: coughing, laughing or having sexual intercourse.
Needing to rush suddenly to the toilet and leaking urine before you get there.
Going frequently to the toilet to pass urine.
Pain or discomfort in the bladder region.
A bulge and/or dragging sensation from your vagina.
Pain on intercourse.
Difficultly passing a bowel motion (poos!)
Feeling like you have not completely emptied your bowels.
Pain or aching in the pelvic floor when sitting or after exercise.
Pain in and around the vulva, penis/scrotum or anus/rectum
Discomfort in the lower abdomen.
Weak abdominal and pelvic floor muscles after having a baby.