Are you looking for expert advice in Women's Health Physiotherapy in Adelaide?

Women’s health physiotherapy can be broken down into Obstetric and Post Partum Physiotherapy. At Physio Fit, this simply means supporting and guiding women through a very important stage of life, including the many physical and emotional changes that come with it along the way.

Common conditions relating to pregnancy and women’s health that our physiotherapists help with include pelvic, hip, shoulder and lower back pain as well as continence and pelvic floor dysfunction. 

Every pregnancy, every mum and every baby is different! That’s why it is so important to see a Physiotherapist who works within women’s health in Adelaide and who is passionate about obstetric and post partum care.

At Physio Fit, we love to look after all of the mums and bubs we meet and pride ourselves on being a trusted provider of Women’s Health Physiotherapy in South Australia!

**Please note – We do not currently conduct internal examinations at Physio Fit so will refer on to an appropriate provider if this is required.

Obstetric & Post Partum Physio

Physiotherapy throughout Pregnancy

Post Partum & Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Exercise before, during and after Pregnancy

We get many questions around exercise during and after pregnancy due to a lot of myths and misinformation out on the internet. The truth is that exercise is not only safe, but encouraged and recommended to keep you and your baby healthy. Now there are modifications that may occur as you get further along your pregnancy but it does not mean exercise or physical activity is a bad thing, it just needs to adapt with what your body can handle at the time. Woman who have been active leading up to their pregnancy can continue with the same activities initially before scaling back over time. It is not however the time to take on a new hobby or exercise routine that your body is not used to!

Exercise is beneficial for a large number of women’s health concerns including abdominal separation, pelvic floor dysfunction, bladder control (helpful for both stress and urge incontinence) and overall pelvic girdle pain. At Physio Fit we also offer supervised exercise group classes for those who would love that little bit of extra guidance during this period or for those who simply need a bit of confidence before returning to exercise independently. It is a great way to supplement any exercise you are doing in the gym or at a pilates studio as a physiotherapist will write an individualised program just for you. They will also be supervising throughout the entire class, allowing for questions and real time feedback on how you are feeling with certain movements whether they need to be progressed or pulled back.

Need help with pregnancy or women's health physiotherapy?

There are many ways we can assist you before, throughout and after your pregnancy. Our main goal is to help you achieve your goals towards an active, healthy and happy life for both you and your family!

If your condition or concerns require a further referral, we also have a great network of allied health professionals such as OBGYN’s and Women’s Health specialists who can assess and treat any higher level issues such as prolapse and other pelvic girdle complications.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch. if you are currently experiencing any pain or wish to seek guidance on how to best look after you and your body, you can book an appointment online anytime below.


We are open! We have escalated our already stringent hygiene routines and are still here to support you. Whilst social distancing is important your pain and comfort is also our priority, which is why the Australia Government considers allied health an ‘essential’ service.


It is important that we help support the load of our amazing local GP’s during these testing times.


Should you be forced to self-isolate, or are in a high risk category, please call to discuss a video consultation - 

08 7226 9901 or visit Online Physiotherapy


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