We have a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist conveniently located onsite at The Prostate Clinic.

The aim of physiotherapy is to help you develop strategies to control your condition, give you the best possible outcome and get you back to doing the things you enjoy in life.

Pelvic floor exercises

Urinary incontinence or leakage is expected after prostate surgery. The pelvic floor muscles control the bladder and flow of urine so exercising them effectively helps men to regain bladder control earlier

Pelvic floor exercises have been shown to be an important part of a continence management program. If you’re scheduled for surgery, it may be recommended that you attend physiotherapy either before or after you surgery to learn correct pelvic floor exercises which has been shown to improve continence recovery time.

Our physiotherapist will conduct a real-time ultrasound biofeedback assessment to enable us to understand how your pelvic floor is working and to develop a program for you.