Here at Leah Bryans Physiotherapy, we are a team of pelvic health physiotherapists specially trained to assess and treat a wide range of pelvic floor problems in women, men and children such as incontinence, organ prolapse, painful sexual intercourse, bedwetting and pelvic pain. Pelvic floor rehabilitation or re-education is not only about pelvic floor exercises. After a thorough assessment, we can work with you to create a treatment plan which will target your current problem and underlying causes, leading to a healthier and fuller life – giving you the time and control to enjoy the things you love!
Monday: 8AM – 2PM
Tuesday: 8AM – 1PM
Wednesday: 8AM – 1PM
Thursday: 8AM – 5PM
Friday: 9.30AM – 12.30PM
Our physiotherapists are well placed to help you prepare for and recover from gynaecological surgery.
Our pilates 8-week programmes are designed for those who have recently had a baby, or who have recently had gynae surgery and want to exercise safely, building their strength week on week.
Pregnancy and motherhood take their toll on your physical and emotional self. Check-ups provide reassurance that you’re doing really well and you’re ready to get back to the things you enjoy.
Aches and pains are common, but it’s important to feel confident in your lifestyle management and better understand what to expect throughout your pregnancy.
Prolapse is a very common problem affecting the female pelvis, and it can feel very different for each woman. Find out how you can manage this issue with our new resource.
Physiotherapy can help children with daytime or nighttime accidents overcome their struggle with bladder and bowel control.
Yes, absolutely! We are a baby friendly service! If you need help to bring baby upstairs please ask. If you wish to bring a mat for baby to sit on the floor and some toys or they can stay in their car seat. Either is fine. We do find however that moms probably get a better session if they’re on their own- purely because you can concentrate on just yourself but we do our absolute best to make everything as easy as possible, even with baby there.
Yes. It is possible to perform vaginal examinations, if a woman has her period. However, we understand you may not feel comfortable with this. If perhaps it’s a day where there is lighter flow, you might be okay. And if you prefer not to, there’s plenty we can do externally or through exercise so there’s no need to cancel.
Yes! All our physiotherapists are CORU registered and members of the Irish Society of chartered physiotherapists. Therefore, all major health insurers recognise our services. The amount you can redeem depends on the policy you have.
No! There is no need for a referral. However, if you have seen a doctor already and they have recommended physiotherapy some information from them may be helpful such as the latter results of the scan that sort of thing, but a formal referral is not required.
Yes. If you have a grade one or two prolapse, we are happy to size and fit pessaries and teach self management (if you would like). We do require an assessment by a doctor prior to the first fit of a pessary.