If you think pelvic floor physiotherapy is just for women, you are wrong.
Pelvic floor physiotherapy is often associated with women’s health, but it’s also a valuable treatment option for men with pelvic floor dysfunction. We are here to help both male and female patients who suffer from pelvic floor dysfunctions.
Male pelvic floor physiotherapy involves the assessment and treatment of the pelvic floor muscles, which can help alleviate a variety of symptoms, including urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction, and pelvic pain.
Men may consider pelvic floor physiotherapy if they experience:
During an initial consultation, a physiotherapist will assess the pelvic floor muscles and develop a personalized treatment plan to address any dysfunction.
A few popular types of male pelvic floor physiotherapy are mentioned below to help you get a better understanding.
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Treatment times vary depending on the severity of symptoms and individual goals. Generally, patients can expect to see improvement within a few weeks to a few months of starting treatment.
Treatment should not be painful, although some patients may experience mild discomfort during manual therapy. Your physiotherapist will work with you to ensure your treatment is comfortable.
During assessment and treatment, you will be asked to undress partially or completely. Your physiotherapist will provide a gown or sheet to ensure your comfort and privacy.
Yes, pelvic floor muscle exercises are an essential component of treatment and should be done regularly at home as part of your treatment plan.
Many insurance plans cover pelvic floor physiotherapy. Check with your insurance provider to determine your coverage.