Chronic Pelvic Pain

Chronic pelvic pain is a complex and highly individual condition.

It may be linked to other conditions such as Endometriosis, prolapse, pelvic floor dysfunction, pregnancy, or it may have no linked diagnosed pathology.

​Chronic pelvic pain requires specialised and educated care which is intimately designed for and with the woman’s body and mind.

At Seed Exercise Physiology, treating and supporting women with chronic pelvic pain is a leading specialisation in which women can expect to experience integrative assessment, clinical exercise therapy, support, advice, and education to help treat their pain.

Peace with Pelvic Pain

A carefully curated protocol for women living with chronic pelvic pain by Seed Exercise Physiology:


First 6 weeks - weekly appointments

Physiological exploration + organic movement


Week 8, 10, 12 - fortnightly appointments

Keeping the peace + primal dynamics


Week 16, 20 - monthly appointments depending on unique needs

Sufficiency + review



Milestone assessments, referral pathways, and self-management techniques.

Our blog

The Seed Exercise Physiology blog has a number of posts that provide you with advice, guidance and support relating to women’s health conditions and concerns.

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