Pelvic Organ Prolapse 

With someone with Pelvic Organ Prolapse, the key to recovery & reversal of the prolapse is early diagnosis and conservative intervention as it could reduce the risk of surgery required in the future.   Here at Chantal Lowry Physiotherapy, we will put a bespoke treatment plan in place for you to help you to overcome your prolapse

In addition, we also have excellent links with several 1st class gynaecologists across Northern Ireland and we can help you arrange an appointment with these doctors, particularly if you need a pessary or a cervival intervention to help treat the Pelvic Organ Prolapse

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Pelvic Organ Prolapse is a very common symptom after childbirth and in post-menopausal women 

Bladder Pain Syndrome  

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Pelvic Organ Prolapse is a common condition, when the pelvic organs such as the bladder, rectum and womb bulge down from their normal position in the body into the vagina. 

Symptoms can include a dragging sensation in the vagina, a bulge in the vagina and it can also cause an increase in urination.  It is very common after childbirth and in post menopausal women. 

We are able to help by putting together a bespoke, comprehensive  treatment & rehabilitation plan for our patients. 

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

"I am 67 years old and have been participating in Chantal's 12 Week Pelvic Floor Masterclass.  Last night was the first time that I could sleep throughout without having the urge to urinate throughout the night and I have been accident free during the day for 3 weeks now.  Thank you for giving back my dignity Chantal!  You are extremely knowledgable and professional.  You treated my problem. with unbelievable dignity.  I'm forever grateful and highly recommend your services!! Carol.

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