Men’s Health

Men can often experience pelvic issues after prostate surgery. Learning how to perform pelvic floor exercises prior to surgery can greatly improve your muscle strength and control, and help to reduce the recovery time.  

Other issues such as bladder or bowel control, sexual dysfunction and pelvic pain can also be greatly improved with careful assessment and a personalised treatment plan.

Most men are not even aware they have a pelvic floor! Did you know: 

These issues can be life changing and debilitating. However many tolerate these problems, often for years as they are too embarrassed to seek help or unaware that there are treatments available.

We offer full assessment and diagnoses of these conditions, and individualised advice and treatment including:

Chronic Pelvic Pain, (or Pudendal Neuralgia) is a very complex and misunderstood condition. Just like the sciatic nerve which refers pain from the lower back/buttocks and into the legs (with or without pins and needles) the pudendal nerve when irritated causes problems in and around the genitalia. Once irritated the pudendal nerve causes a range of symptoms involving the bladder, bowel and male genitalia;

Following a detail assessment and with an understanding of the relevant anatomy, your physiotherapist can offer a range of treatments and rehabilitation programs.