Urogynaecological physiotherapy

This specialty is aimed at preventing and treating damage or dysfunctions in the abdominal and pelvic zones, all of which used to be considered normal pains. These alterations can be related to pregnancy, childbirth,or menopause, in which women are most prone to suffer injury. The functional recovery in this area refers to a return of quality of life. means getting life quality back.

Intracavitary and extracavitary manual therapy (urogynaecology)

This type of therapy involves manually relocating/repositioning the structures in this part of the anatomy. In this way, we try to normalize tensions among tissues, organs and bones ; We aim, also, to activate the tone and strength of the pelvic floor; activate peristalsis and to reduce abdominal congestion, all ofwhich are the main objectives in the re-education of the entire system.

Diaphragmatic release

The aim of these techniques is to reduce the pressure caused by the diaphragm, which is the top of our abdominal cylinder. This pressure may interfere with the functioning of the viscera and pelvic organs, thereby increasing the stress against the pelvic floor, and hence damaging it.

Hypopressive Techniques

The aim of Hypopressve techniques is to strengthen the abdominal and pelvic floors, without damaging them. At the same time, they help restore menstrual, urinary and sleep cycles.


A perfect tool to relax the muscles in a pleasant and painless way, as well as to facilitate reabsorb swelling process or oedemas.

Intracavitary electrotherapy

With this aid, we can increase the tone of the pelvic floor and the strength of the weak muscles or damaged sphincters.

Peripheral neuromodulation of the posterior tibial nerve

This nerve shares its root with bladder stimulating nerves. This technique is particularly useful in bladder re-education.