Male Pelvic Pain & Incontinence
It is estimated that 10% of men will experience pelvic pain at some point in their lifetime. Much of this pain was once attributed to issues with the prostate, but in the absence of infection, 95% of this pain is caused by neuromuscular dysfunction. Male pelvic pain is commonly referred to as prostatitis and may or may not be associated with infection. If infection is present, antibiotics will often be prescribed. If no infection is present and pain remains, pelvic floor physical therapy can be helpful. Many men will also experience a weak stream or incontinence either with prostatitis or post prostate removal.
At The Perfect Pelvis, we can help you to determine the cause of the problem and develop a personalized home program to address each issue. Treatment may include:
- Strengthening exercises
- Relaxation training
- Coordination of the pelvic floor with breathing and the rest of the body
- Self trigger point release
- Exercises to stretch and release tension in the pelvic floor
Don’t suffer any longer. The Perfect Pelvis can help.