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FOR MEN

 

Men can also experience pelvic pain and discomfort.

Our trained team can asses and treat both men and women.

Male Pelvic and Genital Pain:
Prostatodynia
Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome
Prostatitis

Scrotal Pain

Penile Pain

 

After Prostate Cancer Treatment:
Incontinence
Pain

 

Musculoskeletal Dysfunctions:
Coccydynia
Neck Pain
Mid Back Pain
Low Back Pain/Sciatica
Sacro-iliac Joint Pain
Shoulder Pain/ Frozen
Shoulder Hip Pain/Bursitis
Fibromyalgia
Osteoporosis/Osteopenia

Bladder Disorders:
Interstitial Cystitis
Painful Bladder Syndrome
Urinary Stress Incontinence
Urinary Urge Incontinence
Urinary Retention

 

Bowel Disorders:
Anal Spasm
Fecal Incontinence
Constipation/ Diarrhea

 

Pelvic Pain Syndromes:
Pudendal Neuralgia
Pelvic Floor Pain Disorders
Levator Ani/ Pelvic Floor Muscle Pain

 

Post-Surgical Conditions
Appendectomy
Hernia Repair
Abdominal Surgeries
Lymphedema

Conditions we treat
How we treat them

Tissue Mobilization: Using specialized techniques to target your body’s specific needs, our trained therapists can work to mobilize connective, myofascial, and soft tissue. This can greatly improve your body’s pain and basic functions.

 

Biofeedback Technology: Biofeedback machines are safe and effective way to gage your rehabilitation process. The biofeedback machine determines the strength of the pelvic floor muscles.  Sensors are placed externally or internally in the pelvic area and help determine the ability of a person to contract these muscles.  These measurements are visualized on a monitor.  Measurements are recorded each visit to determine your personal improvement over time. Muscle stimulation can be added to the rectal or vaginal sensor to help improve muscle strength.  This is helpful for patients with neuromuscular diseases like multiple sclerosis. Biofeedback is only a small part of the pelvic floor rehabilitation process. Sometimes tissues adhesions from previous surgeries and old injuries around the pelvis prevent the pelvic muscles from contracting properly.  Therefore, biofeedback is used as tool for patients who need to visualize the contraction of their muscles but should not consider this tool as the only option in their rehabilitation to improve incontinence.

 

Therapeutic Exercises: A key component to your recovery process will be the implementation of an exercise regimen. Our trained therapists will go over exercises with you in person and set up a home exercise program for you so that you can proactively work towards recovery.