Pelvic Health for People with Penises
Pelvic Health for People with Penises in Bend, Oregon
Our therapists understand that the nature of these issues can be difficult to discuss, even when brought on by surgery. Each PT has attended postdoctoral education classes specific to rehabilitating pelvic health conditions for individuals with penises. From managing leakage while chasing grandchildren or on the green, improving the quality and comfort of bowel movements, decreasing pain and improving function, pre and post-hernia repair or combating erectile dysfunction, and more, our pelvic health therapists are here to help you.
Discreet, evidence-based, quality care from our pelvic health specialists who specialize in the treatment of people with penises can aid you in managing issues and improving complaints that include:
- Stress, urge, post-void, & overflow urinary incontinence
- Urinary urgency, frequency, hesitancy, & intermittent stream
- Fecal & gas incontinence
- Constipation & incomplete emptying of the bowel
- Pain with penetrative intercourse, outercourse, & orgasm
- Pelvic & abdominal pain
- Penile, scrotal, anus & coccyx (tailbone) pain
- Pelvic & abdominal surgery prehab, post-surgical rehab, & return to sport
- Gender-spectrum sensitive care
What Does Pelvic Health PT for People with Penises Entail?
There are many treatments available to help combat these issues. At Alpine Physical Therapy, our pelvic health treatment team in Bend, OR are experts at diagnosing and treating in a way tailored to your situation, your body, your needs.
Treatment for urinary incontinence, bowel incontinence or constipation, pain, or any of the above issues in our Bend, OR clinics may include:
- Pelvic floor coordination and strength exercises
- Electrical stimulation
- Whole body strength assessment and a tailored resistance home program
If you have other questions or want to know what to expect for your first visit to a pelvic health physical therapist in our Bend, OR clinic, click here to find out what to expect for your first visit or here for our frequently asked questions.
What Comes After Physical Therapy?
Physical therapy is just one part of your journey towards wellness. Active and regular physical therapy will help you regain control and diminish your pain. Once you achieve these things, your physical therapist will set you up with a plan for less frequent follow-up visits and self-management to maintain your progress so your injury does not reoccur. Our goal is to see you enjoying all our community offers versus back in our office.
To reach either of our locations in Bend, OR, call us at (541) 382-5500.
Let's Get Started.
If you are interested in pelvic health physical therapy for people with penises, we want to talk to you. Our physical therapists come from a variety of backgrounds and each has areas of expertise. When you call our office for an appointment, we can help pair you with a physical therapist best suited to your area of concern. We look forward to meeting you.