Male Pelvic floor Conditions treated at WOW
Male Incontinence is a common condition that impact up to 39%. While it is vastly more prevalent in men after prostate cancer treatment, from 40-80% of those who leak, have urge incontinence. After cancer treatment, and particularly after prostate cancer treatment, incontinence is a common symptom in association with erectile dysfunction. Additional to medication and part of a multidisciplinary team, Pelvic Physiotherapy can improve pelvic floor function and erectile function.
We strongly believe that preparation to prostate cancer can improve pelvic floor coordination and improve the awareness of the time frames.
Male Chronic Pelvic pain ranges from 2 and 16% and it is the most common urological disease in men below 50 years old. Nearly one in two Australian men have experienced a sexual difficulty which can occur during the act, foreplay or after intercourse.
Here at WOW, we believe that everyone should have access to Pelvic Physiotherapy. Understanding how the pelvic floor functions is an important piece for preventing leaking, anorectal health and sexual function is crucial. We use real time ultrasound, a great tool that provides a visual feedback which helps to improve awareness of your pelvic floor.