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Laryn Allied Health Pelvic Health Therapy

What can Pelvic Therapy help with?

We can help with pelvic health issues such as:

  • Prolapse

  • Incontinence (bowel or bladder)

  • Sexual dysfunction or pain during intercourse

  • Falling onto your tailbone

  • Struggling to sit or walk without discomfort

  • Pregnancy-related issues

  • Pelvic girdle pain

  • C-section and perineal tear/episiotomy scar care

  • Gynaecological surgery - post surgery management 

Brita Graser is based in Queenstown and is our qualified therapist in Pelvic Health.

What to expect:

Initial Appointment:

  • We take a detailed case history of your condition as well as any other conditions you wish to share. Taking into consideration past and present conditions/injuries as well as your physical and mental health in order to create a treatment plan tailored to your needs.

  • Evaluation and treatment consist of external gentle techniques in and around the pelvic region.

  • Your evaluation MAY include an internal assessment of the pelvic floor muscles which could be completed vaginally (females) or rectally (males & females).

  • Your practitioner will discuss this option and receive your consent BEFORE initiating this exam.

 

Follow up Appointment: 

  • During your follow-up appointment we will check progress on your condition and continue with the treatment and management plan in place from your initial appointment.

  • Discuss and review exercises that have been given. 

  • As in the initial appointment, evaluation and treatment may comprise external and internal techniques.

What is the treatment like?

  • Evaluation and treatment consist of external gentle techniques in and around the pelvic region.

  • Your evaluation may include an internal assessment of the pelvic floor muscles which could be completed vaginally (females) or rectally (males & females).

  • Your osteopath will discuss this option and receive your consent before initiating this exam.

About Brita - Pelvic Health Therapist and Osteopath

Originally from Austria, I trained at the European School of Osteopathy (ESO) in the UK where I obtained my Master of Osteopathy.

 

During my studies I volunteered at the ESO’s women’s health clinic where I developed a special interest in women's health – including pregnancy and post-partum care. I completed a variety of post-graduate courses, with a special focus on visceral (organ) manipulation and the effects of organs on the musculoskeletal system. Jaw problems, neck pain, and headaches are also fields of great interest. I firmly believe in finding the source of the pain rather than just treating the symptoms in order to achieve long-lasting results.

 

I enjoy treating a wide range of people, using a variety of techniques from gentle fascial release, cranial and visceral techniques, to structural adjustments in order to facilitate healing.

In my spare time I follow my biggest passion – hiking – with the determination to climb every mountain between Milford and Wanaka. On quieter days I practice yoga, mindfulness and meditation.

Laryn Allied Health Brita

No need for a doctor's referral to see us.


Our Queenstown osteopaths are registered Primary Health Care Practitioners and ACC providers, so there is no need for a doctor's referral to be seen by us.

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