Men's Health

Conditions we treat:

  • Post-prostatectomy conditions

  • Urinary urgency, frequency, or leakage

  • Scrotal or penial pain

  • Groin pain

  • Constipation

  • Fecal leakage

  • Erectile dysfunction

Possible Symptoms
You May Be Experiencing
  • Pain with erection or ejacaculation

  • Pain in scrotum, penis, or groin

  • Difficulty obtaining or maintaining an erection

  • Urinary leakage following prostatectomy

  • Feeling of incomplete bladder emptying

  • Difficulty starting the stream of urine

  • Bladder or suprapubic pain prior to urination

  • Constantly feeling the need to urinate

  • Difficulty having a bowel movement requiring excessive straining and/or time on the toilet

Our PT Services
  • Bladder and/or bowel education and retraining

  • Urge control strategies

  • Breath retraining

  • Posture and body mechanics education

  • Pelvic floor muscle strengthening and coordination training

  • Manual release techniques of abdominal and pelvic floor muscles

  • Pelvic girdle/core strengthening exercises

As a male, I was completely unaware of the symptoms and functions that could develop from the pelvic floor muscles. I was someone who experienced temporary proctalgia fugax which brought on severe pains within that region. However, with the help of my physical therapist, Katherine Ireland, I was able to understand how the pelvic floor muscles could cause such pains and what exercises I could do to help reduce and eliminate these pains.⠀What I didn't know before coming to Vitality Women's PT & Wellness clinic was that pains within the pelvic floor region do not only occur with just females, but in males too, which was why I was hesitant about my doctor's referral for pelvic floor therapy. In the end, I was very satisfied and happy with the therapy provided to me and more importantly, had a better understanding as to why I was experiencing pains in an area that I would have otherwise ignored in the future. I would highly recommend this physical therapy as a form of treatment as well as more awareness to males about this for those who may suffer from pains brought on by the pelvic floor muscles.