Men’s Pelvic Health Physiotherapy

Men’s pelvic health physiotherapy focuses on the assessment and treatment of various conditions affecting the pelvic floor muscles and associated structures in men. These conditions can include pelvic pain, erectile dysfunction, post-prostatectomy rehabilitation, urinary incontinence, and pelvic floor muscle dysfunction.

At The Chartered Physiotherapy Clinic, our specialized physiotherapists are dedicated to addressing these sensitive and often challenging issues with compassion and expertise. We provide personalized treatment plans tailored to each individual’s needs, aiming to improve pelvic floor muscle function, reduce symptoms, and enhance overall quality of life.

Our approach to men’s pelvic health physiotherapy involves:

Comprehensive Assessment: A thorough evaluation to understand your symptoms, medical history, and goals.

Individualized Treatment Plans: Customized plans that may include pelvic floor exercises, manual therapy, biofeedback, and education on bladder and bowel habits. 

Post-Prostatectomy Rehabilitation: Specific programs to aid recovery after prostate surgery, focusing on regaining continence and erectile function.

Education and Support: Providing information and guidance to empower you in managing your pelvic health effectively.

What can our Specialist Physiotherapist Help With

Urinary Frequency: Urinating more often than usual, often without an increase in total urine output. It can be a symptom of various conditions affecting the bladder or prostate.

Urinary Urgency: Sudden and strong urge to urinate, which may be difficult to delay. It can lead to episodes of incontinence if not managed.

Post Micturition Dribble: Dribbling of urine immediately after completing urination. It is common in men and can be caused by weakness or spasms in the pelvic floor muscles.

Prostatitis: Inflammation or infection of the prostate gland, which can cause pelvic pain, urinary symptoms (urgency, frequency), and sometimes flu-like symptoms.

Erectile Dysfunction: Inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse. It can have physical, psychological, or lifestyle-related causes.

Post-Ejaculatory Pain: Pain or discomfort experienced immediately after ejaculation. It can be associated with prostate issues or pelvic floor muscle dysfunction.

Pain in the Penis: Pain or discomfort localized to the penis, which may be due to conditions such as infections, trauma, or nerve-related issues.

Pain in the Testes: Pain or discomfort in one or both testicles, which may be caused by infections, trauma, inflammation, or referred pain from other areas.

Pelvic Floor Pain: Pain or discomfort in the pelvic area, often related to dysfunction of the pelvic floor muscles. It can affect urinary, bowel, and sexual function.

Hard Flaccid Syndrome: A condition characterized by persistent flaccidity of the penis with hardness and discomfort. It may be associated with pelvic pain or pelvic floor dysfunction.

Post Micturition Dribble: often referred to as dribbling after urination, is a common issue affecting many men, characterized by the involuntary loss of urine immediately after completing urination. This condition can be frustrating and embarrassing, impacting daily life and causing discomfort.

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