PHRC Offers Pelvic Floor Treatment For Men | New
MERRIMACK, NH, June 4, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – “Male pelvic floor dysfunction is more common than people realize. Research shows pelvic floor PT can help men with various symptoms, ”said PHRC co-founder Stephanie Prendergast.
Chronic prostatitis (CP) and chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS) account for 90% of prostatitis cases in outpatient clinics. Additionally, PC and CPPS are the most common urological diseases in men, affecting between 2% and 16% of the world’s population.
Erectile dysfunction affects up to 87% of men after prostatectomy.
In addition, the prevalence of urinary incontinence after radical prostatectomy is widely reported, ranging from 2% to 60%.
Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy at PHRC can help men with pelvic pain, urinary dysfunction, bowel dysfunction, sexual dysfunction, prehab and rehabilitation around prostatectomy in our 9 clinics. During an assessment, a physiotherapist will review your history and symptoms with you. Short and long term goals are set and physiotherapy treatment will take place 1-2 times per week for approximately 12 weeks.
Our experienced team creates an at-home exercise program for you and is available to coordinate your recovery with the other members of your treatment team.
The Pelvic Health and Rehabilitation Center (PHRC) is a multi-city company of highly trained and specialized pelvic floor physiotherapists committed to helping people optimize their pelvic health and eliminate pelvic pain and dysfunction. Whether in person or online, the PHRC team is here for you, with nine locations across California and the New England area.
PHRC provides a variety of integrative patient services, as well as online webinars for physiotherapists. In 2020, PHRC launched its digital health and mentoring program, helping more than 400 people internationally.
Founders Stephanie Prendergast, MPT, and Elizabeth Akincilar, MSPT, co-authored the Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Assessment for Vulvodynia chapter in the Female Sexual Pain Disorders manual. Most recently, their work was featured in Insider Magazine.
Virtual sessions are available with PHRC’s pelvic floor physiotherapists via the video platform, Zoom or by phone. For more information and to make an appointment, please visit the digital health page. To make an appointment in person, please contact PHRC directly: https://pelvicpainrehab.com/
Pelvic Health and Rehabilitation Center, Pelvic Health and Rehabilitation Center, +1 4242932305, [email protected]
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