How Physical Therapy Can Benefit Men’s Health

Men’s physical therapy can benefit individuals with complaints of pelvic pain, bowel dysfunction, bladder and urinary dysfunction, and more. We can help you decrease the pain you may be feeling, improve your bodily functions, and guide you towards a life of health and wellbeing. Our team of men’s physical therapists is trained and experienced in comprehending, diagnosing, and managing symptoms and pain associated with the following men’s health problems:

  • Bladder and urinary dysfunction, including urinary incontinence, urgency, frequency, hesitancy, and retention, bladder pain, interstitial cystitis (IC), recurrent bladder infections (UTIs)

  • Bowel dysfunction, including constipation, accidental bowel leakage, urgency, rectal pain, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), ulcerative colitis, abdominal bloating

  • Pelvic pain, including myofascial pelvic pain, testicular pain, penile pain, painful erections and orgasm, painful intercourse (dyspareunia), pudendal neuralgia, rectal pain, levator ani syndrome, tailbone pain (coccygodynia)

  • Prostate cancer rehab, including urinary incontinence, limited and inability to get an erection/orgasm, scar tissue post-surgical, HIFU and radiation treatments, reduced core and pelvic floor muscle strength and function

  • Abdominal and pelvic surgery rehab, including scar tissue pain and restrictions, reduced core strength and function, postural deficits

How to Get Started

At Peak Physical Therapy, our men’s health therapy begins with a thorough evaluation to identify the source of the problem. Your personalized treatment plan may include behavioral modification, nutrition, education, manual treatments, and ongoing exercise. If you are suffering from pelvic dysfunction, an assessment of the pelvic floor may be deemed necessary by a trained physical therapist with expertise in the field. We seek to enhance your health and wellbeing as part of our physical therapy program.

Additional Information

If you are a man suffering due to problems with your urinary function or pelvic pain, feel free to contact us. You can do your part by making simple lifestyle changes and working in tandem with a knowledgeable physical therapist. Physical therapy has immense advantages for men dealing with gender-specific pains. If you are in need of physical therapy for men’s pelvic health, visit Peak Physical Therapy. 

Peak Physical Therapy

Our South Shore Physical Therapy practice specializes in physical therapy including many specialty programs including return-to-sports, vestibular, pelvic health, post-concussion, aquatics, and more. Locations include Norwell, MA, Scituate, MA, Quincy, MA, Hanover, MA, Pembroke, MA, and Braintree, MA. Our specialized programs combined with state-of-the-art facilities allow us to meet the unique needs of our local patients and achieve the fastest results. If you are unsure whether this type of treatment can help you, we offer a no-obligation FREE injury screening. Click here for more information.

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Norwell, MA
Scituate, MA
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Braintree, MA
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Hanover, MA
  • Healthtrax Health Club
  • 20 East St.
  • Hanover, MA 02339
  • Phone/Text: 781-347-4686
Scituate, MA
  • Scituate Health and Racquet Club
  • 1004 Chief Justice Cushing Hwy
  • Scituate, MA 02066
  • Phone/Text: 781-378-2352
Weymouth, MA
  • Weymouth Club
  • 75 Finnell Drive
  • Weymouth, MA 02188
  • Phone/Text: 781-986-0990


Norwell, MA
  • Women's Health
  • 99 Longwater Circle
  • Suite 203
  • Norwell, MA 02061
  • Phone/Text 781-347-4686
Scituate, MA
Quincy, MA
Braintree, MA