The rehabilitation perineal is a form of physiotherapy in Dwarka that can greatly help patients struggling with:

  • problems of postpartum urinary incontinence
  • incontinence to the effort (laughing, sneezing, jumping, running, …)
  • pressing desires
  • a bladder descent
  • multiple vaginal pains

These types of problems are much more common than you might think, and physiotherapy in Dwarka can be an effective way to solve them. Indeed, the muscles of the perineum can be worked, like all the other muscles of the body, if they lack strength or if they are too tight.

The muscles of the perineum are involved when we have to hold urine or stool, when we stabilize our body or when we have sex. Treating the perineum can, therefore, have a positive impact on many aspects of daily life.


The perineal re-education treatments are performed in the closed room, in all confidentiality. The physiotherapist in Dwarka knows how to put her patient at ease, respect her rhythm, answer her questions and provide her with all the advice that will help her recover quickly.

Where and who to consult for perineal rehab treatments?

Perineal reeducation is offered in our physiotherapy clinic in Dwarka by the best physiotherapist in Dwarka. It is possible to consult a physiotherapist for problems of incontinence or vaginal pain. Indeed, in addition to practicing physiotherapy, the latter has completed basic & advanced training in urogynecology and perineal pelvic rehabilitation.

Do not hesitate to consult us for any questions related to perineal reeducation.

What are perineal rehab treatments?

During the first perineal rehabilitation session, the physiotherapist in Janakpuri will ask her client specific questions in order to understand the nature of her problem. She will also perform an internal and external exam that will allow her to assess muscle strength, positioning of organs, etc.

Thereafter, perineal rehabilitation treatments may include the teaching of perineal strengthening exercises (using electrical stimulation, biofeedback, and manual palpation) in order to ensure adequate contractions, stretching, massage, or the use of painkiller modalities. These various techniques can greatly improve the condition and in some cases resolve the situation.