Nesin Pelvic Health

Men's Pelvic Health

Men of all ages can suffer from bladder, bowel, prostate and other disorders in the pelvic region. Symptoms like leaking after urination, numbness while sitting, or pain during intercourse are not normal. These disorders can significantly compromise a man’s quality of life, but can be improved with physical therapy treatment. At Nesin Therapy Services, treatment can help realign the pelvis, relax the pelvic floor muscles and release the connective tissue around the prostate and bladder.

Pelvic Pain

When it comes to chronic pelvic pain, men experience issues almost as often as women, but they just don’t talk about it and treatment is often centered around medication.

Over 15% of men report suffering with pelvic pain. 

Coccydynia

Coccydynia is the medical term for pain in the tailbone area (coccyx). 

This treatment requires a physical therapist with advanced training in manual treatment to restore proper alignment and mobility of the tailbone.

Chronic Prostatis

If you’ve been told that your pelvic pain is a result of chronic prostatitis, you are not alone. This condition results in pain and inflammation in the prostate and lower urinary tract. 

Physical therapy can treat the underlying conditions and provide long-lasting relief. 

Constipation

 According to the Mayo Clinic, 50% of patients with chronic constipation have pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD). 

When the pelvic floor muscles fail to relax and contract properly, this can cause constipation and can lead to straining with bowel movements.

Pudendal Neuralgia

Pudendal neuralgia is an irritation, compression, or entrapment of the Pudendal Nerve as it runs its course through the gluteal and pelvic floor muscles. 

Research has found that 88% of patients find significant improvement in their symptoms with physical therapy. 

Fecal Incontinence

This potentially embarrassing condition affects somewhere between 2-24% of the adult population, and is often unreported and therefore untreated. 

It is disruptive to daily living and often leads to self-imposed social isolation. 

Urinary
Incontenence

One out of every ten men suffer from urinary incontinence. Contrary to popular belief, it’s not just a problem for older men.

There are three most common types of incontinence for males: Stress, urge, and overflow.

Post-Surgical

One of the most common pelvic surgeries for men, a radical prostatectomy due to prostate cancer, can often lead to pelvic pain, incontinence, or erectile dysfunction. 

Physical therapy combats the effects of cancer treatments by enhancing cardio fitness. 

Fecal Incontinence

This potentially embarrassing condition affects somewhere between 2-24% of the adult population, and is often unreported and therefore untreated. 

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Our Journey

Nesin Therapy Services has been treating patients with pelvic health conditions for over 20 years – since 1999 to be exact.

As our reputation in pelvic health physical therapy has grown, so has the need in our community.  We knew it was time to give our pelvic patients a specialized clinic just for them.