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Men's Pelvic Health

Mens Pelvic Health Treatment in Midtown East Manhattan

Men's Pelvic Health Physical Therapy in Midtown East Manhattan

Men’s Pelvic Health is an area of physical therapy that specializes in the rehabilitation of the pelvic floor throughout a man’s lifetime. When the muscles of the pelvic floor weaken, or hold excess tension, they produce a variety of symptoms that range from urinary/fecal incontinence to pelvic pain. With the percentage of male pelvic floor pain and urinary incontinence rising in recent years, the role of men’s health physical therapy has never been more valuable! To schedule a complementary conversation to help identify your pelvic issue, please call our offices at 212.317.1600

Sutton Place Physical and Aquatic Therapy understands the topic of men’s pelvic health may be a bit difficult to discuss and that the process of reaching a pelvic floor diagnosis may have been a lengthy one, but the physical therapists at Sutton Place Physical and Aquatic Therapy are here to help! Our men’s pelvic health team has been properly trained in treating men with pelvic floor dysfunction as well as injuries that haven’t responded to conventional physical therapy approaches.

Types of Men’s Pelvic Floor Dysfunction includes:

1) Pelvic Pain & Sexual Pain Dysfunction

    • Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome
    • Chronic Prostatitis
    • Pudenal Neuralgia
    • Pain with Erection/Ejaculation/Post Ejaculation
    • Testicular, Scrotal, Penile and/or Groin Pain
    • Pain with Anal Intercourse

2) Bowel & Bladder Dysfunction

    • Interstitial Cystitis
    • Urinary Urgency/Frequency
    • Urinary Retention
    • Urinary Incontinence
    • Bowel Urgency/Frequency
    • Fecal Incontinence
    • Chronic Constipation
    • Animus and Dysynergia

3) Post-Surgical Rehab

    • Adhesions/Scar tissue after abdominal or cancer-related surgery
    • Urinary incontinence after prostate cancer surgery
    • Treatment of scars: abdominal or sex reassignment surgery

4) Musculoskeletal Dysfunction

    • Coccyx/Tailbone Pain
    • Lumbosacral Pain
    • Abdominal Wall Hernia

5) Low back, hip, groin, pelvic pain that have not resolved with conventional treatment

Men’s Pelvic Floor Treatment includes:

  • Hands-on manual techniques to restore appropriate muscle length tension and relieve muscle spasm
  • Retraining pelvic floor muscle coordination
  • Whole body strengthening and stability training
  • Movement & Posture Correction
  • Education of symptom relieving tools to empower each patient with self-recovery

Call Sutton Place Physical and Aquatic Therapy today to learn how we can help you.

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