Whether you have had a hysterectomy, prolapse repair, hemorrhoidectomy, surgery associated with rectal/bladder cancer, endometriosis, post prostatectomy, back surgery or hip surgery it is possible for your pelvic floor muscles to respond in a way that can cause pain or dysfunction.
Issues down there? You’re not alone.
For men, prostate surgery is one example where individuals who undergo procedure may experience issues in pelvic floor muscles and altered nerve supply to the area. Specific pelvic floor disorders include urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction, which are quite common post-operatively – up to 89% men suffer from these conditions.
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Dysuria: Pain during urination or difficulty urinating.
Scar and myofascial restrictions from surgeries including C-sections, abdominal surgeries, hemorrhoidectomy, vaginal scar, or cancer related treatments.
Bladder or bowel incontinence.
Painful urination or difficulty urinating.
Constipation or slow transit time.
Abdominal tightness or restrictions.
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Rosie is a Godsend! I can honestly say I got more out of therapy with Rosie than expected. It took a lot of courage on my part to even go to my first appointment. I was embarrassed about my bladder issues. After countless visits to the urologist, test after test, I was taught to use a self-catheter and was told there was nothing that could be done. Boy did Rosie prove them wrong!