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  • Writer's pictureSusan Winograd PT

Male Pelvic Pain: Prostatitis or Pelvic Floor; What's Causing the Pain???

✅ If you’re a man who’s been struggling with chronic prostatitis and have not gotten relief with medical interventions THEN this is the video for you!!! Click Here

✅ We help so many men in our clinic overcome their struggle with what they have been told is an issue with the prostate.

✅ There are 4 categories of prostatitis:

  1. Acute Bacterial Prostatitis

  2. Chronic Bacterial Prostatitis

  3. Non-Bacterial Chronic Prostatitis

  4. Asymptomatic Inflammatory Prostatitis

✅ Very often our clients come to us having had multiple biopsies (which they unanimously report is NOT very pleasant) and they been on multiple rounds of antibiotics.

✅ They are still left with symptoms of pain with urination, interrupted urine flow, urinary urgency/ frequency or leaking. Pain with bowel movements and very often there’s sexual pain, pain in the perineum. Many men experience groin, hip pain and pain with sitting. Click Here

✅ So…. if you are A man who struggles with any of these symptoms, have been to doctors and have probably been on multiple rounds of antibiotics the chances are that it is NOT your prostate that is driving the symptoms, it’s your pelvic floor muscles.

✅ This third category of prostatitis is now known as Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS) because usually the pelvic floor muscles are largely responsible for the symptoms.

✅ If this describes your situation and you still struggle with symptoms, please find a pelvic floor physical therapist. Pelvic floor PT should be the FIRST line of conservative treatment for CPPS. Click Here

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