Men’s Health

Men's pelvic health rehabilitation

Before and After Prostate Surgery

  • Are you preparing to have your prostate removed?
  • Have you had your prostate removed?
  • Are you experiencing bladder leakage or urinary incontinence after prostate surgery?

The pelvic floor muscles have a role in controlling the bladder and flow of urine. Exercising them effectively can will help you regain bladder control earlier. This is best achieved before surgery, but can be started after surgery.
Your physiotherapy rehabilitation will involve the following:

  • Identifying your pelvic floor muscles and how to correctly exercise them
  • An individualised program specific to your needs
  • A restorative exercise program to restore and build full body strength and movement
Inner Active Physio

Chronic pelvic pain

Chronic pelvic pain affects up to 10% of men in Australia. It can be caused by a number of factors, such as pelvic floor dysfunction,

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Inner Active Physio

Bladder issues in men

The bladder and urethra play a crucial role in the urinary system. When these systems are not functioning correctly, it can result in voiding dysfunction,

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