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Physiotherapy deals with injury prevention, rehabilitation and overall wellness care. A physiotherapist can assess, diagnose and treat a wide array of neuromusculoskeletal, circulatory and respiratory conditions using hands on techniques and exercise prescription.

Pelvic physiotherapy is a branch of physiotherapy that deals with all things relating to and stemming from the joints, muscles, nerves and ligaments of the pelvis. Issues relating to the pelvis can affect all ages and is not gender specific; we offer supportive care for anyone and any body!

Our Saskatoon location offers direct billing services to most major insurance companies. Book online now to experience the benefits of physiotherapy!

Meet Our Physiotherapist!

Origin is proud to house one of Saskatoon's multifaceted physiotherapists! Click on the picture below to learn more about our experienced and highly educated physiotherapist. 


Common conditions treated by a physiotherapist:

  • Ankylosing Spondylitis

  • Arthritis

  • Brain Injuries

  • Breathing Problems 

  • Changes in Balance

  • Concussions and Dizziness

  • Cystic Fibrosis

  • Diabetes

  • Extremity Injury (hip, knee, wrist, etc.)

  • Osteoporosis

  • Pain (muscle, joint, and other chronic pain)

  • Postural Concerns

  • Spinal Cord Injury

  • Sports Injury

Common pelvic health conditions:


Bladder and Bowel Concerns 

Pelvic Pain


Symptoms relating to bladder and bowel concerns may include pain, leakage, and urgency or difficulty emptying. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, pelvic physiotherapy can be of benefit. 

Pelvic pain can present as pelvic organ pain, pain with intimacy, low back/hip/sacrum/tailbone pain, lower abdominal pain, and/or menstrual pain. Pelvic physiotherapy can help correct these complaints. 

During pregnancy, pelvic physiotherapy can help increase core and pelvic floor strength and decrease pelvic pain. It can also help prepare you for labour and delivery, as well as aid in postpartum return to activity. 



Prolapse can cause heaviness in the uterus, bladder, rectum or vaginal walls. A visit to our pelvic physiotherapist can help alleviate these symptoms. 


Surgical Care

Patients commonly seek out the care of a pelvic physiotherapist after hysterectomy, prostate, abdominal or pelvic surgeries. 

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