Pelvic floor physical therapist

Janet Kalkman

Your pelvic floor needs recovery time from all the changes in pregnancy and childbirth. Sometimes symptoms such as pain, loss of urine and a heavy feeling in your pelvic floor may still be present.
Janet is a well-specialized pelvic floor therapist and can help you treat these symptoms through pelvic physiotherapy.

Experienced pelvic floor therapist
Janet completed two masters after a physical therapy studie, psychosomatic physical therapy and the master’s degree in pelvic floor therapist. Every Monday she is at our Birth Center treating pregnant or postpartum women with pelvic floor problems.

Janet Kalkman
Pelvic physiotherapist and psychosomatic physiotherapist
BIG: 29918898504

C-enter Paramedische practice

Make an appointment?
Phone: 020- 697 30 74
Every Monday from 13:00 – 17:00

Do you experience any of these symptoms?
Do you have any of these symptoms longer than 6 weeks after pregnancy and delivery? Then please get in touch, she can help you reduce your symptoms.

Symptoms may include:

  • Pain around the hips, pubic bone, low back and/or buttocks
  • Pain during intercourse
  • Loss of urine and/or stool
  • Heavy feeling or pain in the lower abdomen or vagina
  • Feeling pressure in the vagina or anus, ball feeling in the vagina
  • Preventive when you would like to know how your pelvic floor is functioning and if there is any diastasis (from 6 weeks after delivery)

Check-up at 6 weeks after childbirth
Even if you have no obvious symptoms now, it is useful to do a check-up of your pelvic floor within 6 weeks after childbirth. There may not be any problems now, but without adequate recovery of your pelvic floor they may arise in a few years.

Also if you are unsure about the recovery of your body after childbirth, want to start exercising responsibly again or advice about physical strain during work appropriate for you, you can make an appointment for a consultation.

What will a consultation consist of?

  • Taking anamnesis to adapt treatment to your situation
  • Examination of the pelvis and pelvic floor, internal examination
  • Learning to use the pelvic floor consciously
  • Massage to relieve tension around the pelvic area
  • Exercises for your unique situation

Pelvic physiotherapy is reimbursed under the supplemental insurance. You do not need a referral. If there is a case of urine leakage, it is possible that nine treatments are reimbursed from the basic insurance, this is at the expense of the deductible. If you want to use the latter option, you will need a referral from the doctor.