Specific Male Pelvic Floor Conditions we treat:
Chronic Prostatitis/Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome: a result of bacterial infection or inflammation of the prostate. Symptoms include the occurrence and persistence of pain described as perineal, testicular, penile and lower abdominal discomfort with or without voiding symptoms.
Incontinence After Prostatectomy: Involuntary loss of urine ranging from a small dribble or a large leak following prostate surgery.
Erectile Dysfunction: Symptoms include persistent reduction in sexual desire, difficulty getting an erection or difficulty maintaining an erection. These symptoms may be related to pelvic pain or weak pelvic floor muscles.
Diastisis Recti: This separation of the abdominal muscles may occur through weight gain, strain (including improper exercise or weightlifting technique), or other hereditary causes. It may present itself as a ridge running from the breastbone to the naval, or experienced through constipation, low back pain, urinary leakage.
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