Men's Pelvic Health
Consultation

That means there’s a pretty good chance that the guy passing you on the street is experiencing the same symptoms as you. So release any frustration or embarrassment you may feel from your prostate cancer side effects. Rehabilitation is possible.

We can help with

Incontinence after prostate surgery
Urinary urgency, frequency, or leakage
Chronic groin pain
Anal, penile or testicular pain
Sexual pain
Erectile dysfunction
Constipation
Haemorrhoids or rectal prolapse

Ask us about

Optimising your pelvic floor in preparation for prostate surgery
How to recover your pelvic floor function and continence post-surgery
How to build strength, endurance and co-ordination in your pelvic floor
How the pelvic floor affects your bladder and bowels
Exercises you can do to improve bladder control

Treatments We Offer

Pelvic floor muscle strength and coordination training
Manual release of abdominal and pelvic floor muscles
Urge control strategies
Bladder and bowel education and retraining
Breath retraining
Lumbopelvic stabilisation exercises
Core strength training
Dry needling

Has your prostate surgery
left you with any of
these symptoms?

Stress incontinence (leaking urine when you
cough, laugh, sneeze, or exercise)
Overflow incontinence (leaking urine when
your bladder overfills without any urge)
Urge incontinence (sudden need to urinate)
Erectile dysfunction
Painful orgasm
Leaking urine on orgasm

Genesis can help you your pelvic floor function and continence.

We have created a targeted program to get you through your prostate surgery.

The Pathway to Performance

Optimising your recovery begins before your operation.
Your 1 hour pre-op assessment includes an ultrasound guided pelvic function examination, which assesses your pelvic floor muscle activation. You will receive a personalised pre-prostate surgery rehabilitation program, and be guided through all pelvic floor exercises. You’ll have dedicated time with your Pelvic Physiotherapist to ask as many questions as you like.

We follow the science. There is a large amount of evidence that shows strengthening your pelvic floor muscles can help minimise the time and severity of incontinence post operatively.
That’s why we invest time into your preparation for surgery, teaching specific exercises that will maximise your pelvic floor muscle strength, endurance and co-ordination, improving bladder continence after your prostate surgery.

Strength and conditioning programs. Research has shown that men with a healthy BMI who are physically active prior to their prostate surgery, will have better outcomes and experience less incontinence. Our trained Pelvic Physiotherapists can help you increase the resilience of your body, fitness level and get back to healthier BMI. This will result in improved outcomes from surgery and a much faster recovery, so you can get back

Rest assured. After a gentle recovery at home following your prostate surgery, your Pelvic Physiotherapist will create a restorative exercise program to recondition your pelvic floor muscles. You will be taught a series of bladder re-training exercises to reduce stress and urinary incontinence. You will also be guided through a series of bowel re-training exercises, to managing post-operative constipation, reduce extra pressure on the incision site and your pelvic floor muscles.

Getting to gold. All the pelvic floor exercises prescribed to you are designed to get you back to the ‘pelvic floor gold standard’. Your Pelvic Physiotherapist will monitor your progress to make sure you reach your targets.

Optimising your recovery begins before your operation.
Your 1 hour pre-op assessment includes an ultrasound guided pelvic function examination, which assesses your pelvic floor muscle activation. You will receive a personalised pre-prostate surgery rehabilitation program, and be guided through all pelvic floor exercises. You’ll have dedicated time with your Pelvic Physiotherapist to ask as many questions as you like.

We follow the science. There is a large amount of evidence that shows strengthening your pelvic floor muscles can help minimise the time and severity of incontinence post operatively.
That’s why we invest time into your preparation for surgery, teaching specific exercises that will maximise your pelvic floor muscle strength, endurance and co-ordination, improving bladder continence after your prostate surgery.

Strength and conditioning programs. Research has shown that men with a healthy BMI who are physically active prior to their prostate surgery, will have better outcomes and experience less incontinence. Our trained Pelvic Physiotherapists can help you increase the resilience of your body, fitness level and get back to healthier BMI. This will result in improved outcomes from surgery and a much faster recovery, so you can get back

Get on the pathway.

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