Mens Pelvic Health

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For Men

Really Important But Commonly Neglected

If you don’t realise that you have a pelvic floor, don’t worry, research shows that about half of your mates don’t know either.

But the thing is, your pelvic floor is responsible for a lot of important things like maintaining your core strength and stability, keeping you continent and maintaining sexual performance.

 Like any other group of muscles, sometimes they’re not strong and coordinated enough, and sometimes they’re being over-worked. A weak neglected pelvic floor can cause leaking, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation and leave you vulnerable to back injury.

An overactive, constantly tense pelvic floor can cause complex pain and sexual dysfunction. Because it has multiple functions, taking care of it has multiple benefits. We have the expertise and tools to help you get things sorted so it can take care of itself again.

How we help MEN

Erectile Dysfunction

A common concern for over half of men aged between 40-70. Our methods of promoting a stronger pelvic floor and better blood flow in the penis are medically proven to improve erectile performance.

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Premature Ejaculation

The ability to delay ejaculation is a valid desire. This ability requires awareness and coordination of a strong pelvic floor – exactly what our non-invasive treatment tools promote.

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What Are the Symptoms of Prostatitis?

Before and After Prostatectomy

Pelvic floor muscle optimisation before and after surgery is shown to reduce leakage and the time it takes to get dry again. Penile maintenance and rehabilitation helps optimise return to sexual function

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Stress Incontinence


While involuntary leaking is extremely common, it’s not ‘normal’. And the good news is that incontinence can often be treated easily and successfully.

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What Causes Dyspareunia?

Chronic Pelvic Pain

Ongoing pain in the lowest part of the abdomen, gluteals, back passage area, testicles or penis. Often impacting sexual function and giving bladder and bowel symptoms.

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Why is the Core So Important?

Back Pain and Weakness

Weak pelvic floor muscles frequently cause back pain, while poorly developed back muscles and bad posture weaken your pelvic floor. Strengthening your pelvic floor contributes significantly to improving your posture and reducing back pain.

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