Pelvic floor physiotherapy before or after Prostate surgery

Pelvic floor physiotherapy is useful after prostate surgery to prevent, improve or even completely cure problems with urinary incontinence.  Unfortunately up to 70% of men will have problems with urinary leaking / incontinence following this type of surgery.

A supervised, graded pelvic floor exercise programme can significantly help to reduce symptoms.

A recent study has found that it may be beneficial to see a specialist physiotherapist to improve the pelvic floor before having surgery however, this is not possible for everyone and depends on your diagnosis.

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"One in ten men will suffer from pelvic floor weakness or incontinence in their life time."

"Almost 70% of men will suffer from urinary incontinence following prostate surgery."

"Over 50% of men over 40 will encounter problems with erectile dysfunction."

"Chronic pelvic pain (Non-bacterial prostatitis, CPPS) affects around 11% of men between 20-50 years and 9% of men over 50."
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All advice and treatment is given by an experienced physiotherapist who has had specialist training to deal with issues related to mens health.

Contact us at Womens Health Physiotherapy today and arrange your assessment.
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