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Men's pelvic floor therapy - Comprehensive list of conditions we treat

The benefits of pelvic floor physical therapy for men are well known, but many are still unsure how we can help. Studies have shown that pelvic floor therapy is a low-risk treatment option that should be considered as the first-line approach for managing different types of pelvic floor dysfunction. We provide a screening protocol if you are unsure if you need to see a pelvic floor specialist. 


We will advise you on trigger point therapy, Kegel exercises, pelvic floor muscle strengthening, pelvic muscle stretching, breathing exercises, and how to exercise safely with your condition.


We decided to compile a comprehensive list of men's pelvic floor conditions we treat. Please know we can help if you struggle with any of the following:

Therapist with male patient pelvic anatomy model

Urinary symptoms:

  • Urgency (need to run to make it)

  • Frequency (need to go a lot)

  • Post-void dribble (leaking after you have just gone)

  • Incontinence (leaking - you need protection)

  • Painful urination


  • Chronic pelvic pain syndrome/CPPS

  • Chronic non-bacterial prostatitis

  • Post-vasectomy scrotal pain

  • Penis pain

  • Perineal pain (area behind the scrotum)

  • Painful bladder

  • Testicle pain

  • Pudendal neuralgia (nerve pain

  • Athletic pubalgia (sport's hernia/chronic groin lesion)

  • Pain with sitting

  • Piriformis syndrome

  • Psoas syndrome

  • See Orthopedic PT for more conditions

Sexual dysfunction

  • Hard-flaccid syndrome (pain/semi-rigid penis)

  • Peyronie's (curvature penis)

  • Erectile dysfunction (ED)

  • Premature/delayed ejaculation

  • Other ejaculatory dysfunctions

  • Priapism (persistent/pain/erection)

  • Phimosis (tight foreskin)

  • Painful masturbation 

  • Painful erection

  • Painful intercourse

Therapist performing visceral manipulation

Gut & bowel conditions

  • Constipation

  • Fecal incontinence (leakage of stool)

  • Gas incontinence (uncontrollable gas)

  • Rectal pain

  • Rectal fissures

  • Abdominal issues/pain

  • See visceral conditions for more.

Post-prostate resection surgery

  • for benign prostatic hyperplasia, such as TURP.



  • please come for one or two visits 4-6 weeks prior to your surgery 

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