Your Visit

What To Expect When You Visit Us

Making An Appointment

Our friendly and helpful reception team will help you to make an appointment to see one of our Physiotherapists or answer any questions you may have. They are passionate about the service we provide and their aim is to make you feel comfortable and glad that you called.

Covid-19 Action Plan

We have strict hygiene and safety measures in place to keep you safe.  Read our response to Covid-19 here

Preparing For Your Visit

Before your visit, our Patient Support Services team will either mail or email you some forms to fill in. This will often include an extensive pelvic health questionnaire. We take a whole-person approach to your symptoms, and recognise that many pelvic health conditions have a physical and emotional component to them. Our Physiotherapists need to know as much about your symptoms and history as possible in order to develop a personalised pelvic health program for you. Please complete these forms at home at your leisure, leaving any questions that are not relevant or you don't feel comfortable completing. Please be assured that any information you provide will be kept highly confidential. 

Please bring these forms with you to your first appointment, or scan and email them prior (especially if your appointment is telehealth), but don't worry if you forget them. We have copies at the reception desk which you can fill in when you get here, but please arrive about 15 minutes before your appointment in order to give you enough time. 

Your First Visit

When you come in for your first appointment, you’ll be greeted by our friendly reception staff who will ensure that all the necessary paperwork is completed and, if necessary, guide you through it. Then your Physiotherapist will personally escort you from the waiting room to their treatment room.

Your Physiotherapy Consultation Will Include:

    Thorough questioning and examination to establish a diagnosis
    Discussion of your goals and what you hope to achieve with physiotherapy
    Detailed education and explanation of your symptoms as well as the underlying cause of your problem
    Discussion of your treatment options
    Development of a personalised pelvic floor health program

 Our aim is to work with you to treat your embarrassing symptoms or pain to allow you to enjoy life to the fullest.


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Why Choose Women's & Men's Health Physiotherapy?


We are the physiotherapy experts in bladder, bowel, prolapse, pelvic pain and sexual problems.


For over 25 years, thousands of women and men have trusted WMHP to improve their pelvic health.


Our caring physios are invested in your overall wellbeing, supporting your physical, emotional and lifestyle needs.


We listen to you, and work together to help you live with freedom and confidence.

Our Locations

549 Burke Rd, Camberwell VIC 3124
T: 03 8823 8300
F: 03 8823 8399
170 Thomas St, Hampton VIC 3188
T: 03 9521 0444
F: 03 9521 0777 

Also consulting at:

Box Hill:  Epworth Eastern Ekera, Level 2, Suite 2.10, 116-118 Thames Street
East Bentleigh: Southern Urology, 7 Chester Street
East Melbourne: Urology Consultants Victoria, Suite 102, Freemasons Hospital, 320 Victoria Parade
Malvern: Australian Urology Associates, Ground Floor, 322 Glenferrie Road
Malvern: Cabrini Mother and Baby Centre, Area E, Level 2, Cabrini Hospital, 183 Wattletree Road

If you’d like to make an appointment for one of these locations please call our Camberwell rooms on 03 8823 8300