Did you know...

...that one in three women experience urinary incontinence?

 

...that irritable bowel syndrome, endometriosis, painful bladder, tense pelvic floor muscles or scar tissue can all contribute to pelvic pain?


...risk factors to developing incontinence include: increasing age, pregnancy and childbirth, menopause, hysterectomy, chronic coughing and obesity.  The condition is more prevalent in women.

 

...that men with chronic prostatitis or chronic pelvic pain syndrome can present with pain in the genitals, perineum, groin and bladder?

 


 

 Take control of your pelvic health!

 

 


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Proactive Pelvic Health Centre is the first private integrative pelvic health clinic in Toronto, devoted to assisting women and men with pelvic pain, prolapse and incontinence issues. From young adults to the elderly, pregnancy and post-partum, fertility, post-surgical and post-menopausal life phases; we strive to improve the quality of life of those that we treat while providing them with confidential, professional and compassionate care. 

 

Our services:

  • pelvic health physiotherapy
  • registered massage therapy
  • visceral manipulation
  • craniosacral therapy
  • sex therapy
  • psychotherapy
  • mindfulness meditation
  • nutritional counseling
  • pfilates (pelvic floor pilates)
  • acupuncture
  • traditional chinese medicine

 

Our Vision and Mission:

As individuals passionate about men’s and women’s health we are committed to providing a safe and comfortable place where clients can access multi-disciplinary pelvic care. 

We continually work to advocate for the awareness of pelvic health concerns for both women and men. Education to the general public, health professionals and students is part of our mission to improve and prevent the negative consequences that may result from the lack of understanding of appropriate pelvic health care.  

Our facility is an educational site for Ryerson University's Midwifery program as well as a mentorship site for other Registered Physiotherapists.