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Men's Health Services

About Men's Health Services

  • Interstitial Cystitis
    painful bladder syndrome
  • Urge Incontinence
    involuntary loss of urine preceded by urgency with short warning.
  • Stress Incontinence
    involuntary loss of urine with physical exertion, sneezing coughing, or laughing.
  • Mixed incontinence
    A combination of stress and urge incontinence.
  • Urinary Retention
    difficulty or inability to urinate.
  • Sexual Dysfunctions
    All issues related to intimacy such as pain, erectile dysfunction difficulty or inability to orgasm, inability or difficulty achieving penetration.
  • Pelvic Pain
    prostatitis, pain associated with ejaculation , vaginismus, vulvar pain, bladder pain, scrotal and/or testicular pain, Coccyx pain, sacroiliac pain and muscle spasm's.
  • Pudendal Neuralgia
    A chronic painful condition, common symptoms include pain in the genitals or anal-rectal area, Increased pain with sitting, wearing tight clothing or feeling of having a golf ball or tennis ball in the perineal area.
  • Coccydnia
    Pain and tenderness in the tailbone area often worsened by sitting.
  • Pelvic Congestion Syndrome
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  • Internal Adhesions
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  • Bowel Disorders
    Includes but is not limited to; Constipation, fecal incontinence, rectal pain or spasm, rectal pressure, incomplete emptying, diarrhea, IBS, bowel obstruction
  • Bowel and Bladder Disorders
    Bowel and bladder conditions affect millions of men and women of all ages. People affected by these symptoms frequently limit social interactions and physical activity. The symptoms can lead to embarrassment, anxiety, and isolation. Pelvicore Rehab focuses on the musculoskeletal components of these conditions. An individualized program will be provided in order to gain control of your bowel and bladder.

Men with pelvic floor dysfunction are often misdiagnosed as having chronic non-bacterial prostatitis. Patients frequently take several courses of antibiotics which fail to resolve symptoms as their underlying problem is pelvic floor dysfunction. The symptoms can manifest as urinary problems, constipation, genital pain, and sexual dysfunction. This condition has recently been renamed Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome(CPPS). It accounts for 90% of prostatitis cases as the prostate is not the source of the pain. 


Research has shown that musculoskeletal tension or imbalance is the cause of these symptoms. Skilled treatment by a physical therapist to address the musculoskeletal dysfunction often helps  to resolve this chronic pain. At Pelvicore Rehab we specialize in treating complicated pelvic floor issues through a comprehensive evaluation process. This  is essential to treat the source of the problem and leads patients to recovery and return to an active lifestyle.

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