Pelvic Floor Chair

Bridgeman Family Practice wishes to advise of the introduction of a new, revolutionary, non-invasive treatment for Incontinence (otherwise known as involuntary bladder leakage), early stage Prolapse and Erectile Dysfunction - including accelerated recovery Post Radical Prostatectomy.

This is one of the most significant advances in pelvic floor health in the last three decades and "the chair" is now in clinical use in over 50 countries around the world. Please take time to read the brochures, as someone in your family may be needlessly suffering in silence.

A patient will need to attend our clinic twice a week for 8 weeks as the total therapy generally involves 16 – 20 sessions. Physiology plays a part in determining the number of treatments. Up until recently, drugs or surgery were the main options, both of which can have side affects. This new treatment simply involves sitting in a therapeutic chair for 20 minutes, twice a week.

Incontinence is a major issue to Governments and can cause individuals great embarrassment or humiliation. It is estimated that over 4 million Australians suffer from this condition and the Continence Foundation of Australia warns that bladder leakage will only get worse if you ignore it.

We encourage anyone experiencing bladder leakage, bowel problems; erectile dysfunction or trauma following radical prostatectomy; mild Prolapse; or juvenile bed wetting to contact our friendly staff for assessment.

For those with access to the internet, further information can be found on the Wave Brilliance website: