Pelvic Health for Men

Men’s Pelvic Floor Conditions We Treat:


  • Pelvic pain conditions, including chronic pelvic pain, testicular pain, pain in penis, and prostate inflammation (prostatitis). These conditions can cause constant pain and/or pain both during urination and defecation.
  • Bladder incontinence and bladder dysfunction. Overactive bladder, incontinence or voiding issues can become common in men due to kidney stones, infections or other issues.
  • Bowel incontinence and bowel dysfunction. Loss of control of pelvic floor muscles can lead to bowel incontinence or dysfunction, debilitating issues that can have profound consequences on a person’s quality of life.
  • Painful bladder syndrome. Interstitial cystitis, or painful bladder syndrome, causes long-term pain or discomfort in your bladder and abdominal area, along with urinary frequency and urgency.
  • Sexual dysfunction. Age, surgery, even chronic constipation can lead to a loss of control of pelvic floor muscles and sexual dysfunction in men. Examples of sexual dysfunction include:
    • Erectile dysfunction (ED)
    • Premature ejaculation (PE)
    • Painful intercourse (dyspareunia)
    • Pain with erection or ejaculation
  • Pelvic organ prolapse, including rectal prolapse and prolapse of the bladder (cystocele). Rectal prolapse is a condition in which part of the rectum (end of the large intestine) bulges into the anus. In cystocele, part of the bladder herniates into the scrotum.
  • Cancer-related conditions, such as symptoms from pelvic radiation or pre-and post-operative care for prostatectomy. Radiation therapy and prostatectomy can significantly impact your pelvic floor health.
  • Prostatic hypertrophy (or prostatic hyperplasia). An enlarged prostate can cause difficulty with urination or frequent urination. Without treatment, men run the risk of a dangerous blockage of the urinary tract.

To learn about the Pelvic Health Program services to treat pelvic floor conditions, click here.