Conditions We Treat

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The B&B Approach

At B&B, we realise that it is essential to look at the bigger picture (the whole body) for a long term resolution and prevention to pelvic floor dysfunction. Not only treating the acute condition, but educating about alignment, how to stand, walk, squat and move more naturally so you can continue to be pain and dysfunction free with confidence in your body long after your treatment.


Each hour-long, one-on-one consultation involves a whole-body biomechanical and pelvic floor assessment, hands on treatment, education and exercises tailored to your individual needs and goals.


 You will never be left alone on a machine or left to do exercises in the gym without guidance or supervision, we understand your time is valuable.


Initial Consult $150 | Follow Up $115 

"Whole-Body Pelvic Floors"


Our approach is not your traditional style of treatment. With our unique experience and training our ladies bring a whole-body perspective to any pelvic health or musculoskeletal condition for long-lasting results.


Most of the conditions listed are not actually the 'problem', rather they are the symptom of a imbalance of muscles or forces within the whole body. 


The pelvic floor muscles (or any muscle in the body for that matter) do not work in isolation, but act as just one part of the whole system that is your human machine. This is why just doing pelvic floor exercises or 'Kegels' may not provide complete resolution to your pelvic floor issues, and why 'core strengthening' exercises may not actually give you a stronger tummy or close a diastasis.


At B&B, we realise that it is essential to look at the bigger picture (the whole body) for a long term resolution to these ailments. 



We Treat


We Treat

You Are How You Move

Commonly Seen Conditions


At Body & Birth, we treat and educate women of all ages and walks of life. We use a whole body approach to help you achieve long-term resolutions for the below:


If you have questions please feel free to contact us.


Most Common






Sexual Dysfunction


Pelvic Organ Prolapse


Vulvar pain


Pelvic Pain


Prenatal (click for more info)

  • Any conditions as listed above

  • Thoracic, neck and shoulder pain

  • Education and preparation for pregnancy, birth and postpartum


Postnatal (click for more info)

  • Pelvic floor assessment and rehabilitation

  • Episiotomy or tearing scar management

  • C-section scar management

  • Core rehabilitation

  • Guidance with returning to exercises and sex after pregnancy



  • Education, Prevention and Management

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Paddington, QLD 4064


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