Men's Health Physio

Dedicated to improving your health, fitness and wellbeing

Often men tolerate issues which can be life changing and debilitating, as they are too embarrassed to seek help or unaware that there are treatments available.

Men’s Health Physiotherapy covers all areas of physio relating to incontinence, overactive bladder, bowel dysfunction, pelvic pain and erectile & sexual dysfunction.

We use real-time ultrasound to view the pelvic floor inside the body. The assessment is painless, non-invasive and highly accurate. We can assess the strength, responsiveness and tension in the pelvic floor and provide tailored treatment, as well as monitor your progress.

Our highly team of qualified specialists offer a discreet, professional and confidential service to help you get back on track. This service is available at Kensington, Fitzrovia, Mansion House, Monument and Parsons Green.

Give us a call on 020 7036 0286, complete an appt request and we will get back to you straight away or book your appointment online using the links below.

We offer a full assessment and diagnoses of these conditions, and individualised advice and treatment including:

  • Pelvic floor muscle exercises following a prostatectomy for cancer: increasing  levels of physical activity has also been proven to be effective in helping to manage the physical symptoms of cancer treatment and reduce the risk of recurrence.
  • Progressive pelvic floor muscle re-training using real-time ultrasound, EMG biofeedback & muscle stimulation when required.
  • Bladder training for overactive bladder.
  • Acupuncture for bladder, bowel and sexual dysfunction & pain.
  • Treatment for prostatitis and chronic pelvic pain.
  • Manual therapy for pelvic & coccygeal pain.

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These 5* reviews show that Men's Health Physiotherapy can help:

“I’ve been seeing Lucy Burrows, a bladder and bowel specialist, virtually (until I’m back in London) and have had an excellent experience all-round. I didn’t know Six Physio even covered bladder and bowel care until a friend put me in touch and I’ve already learned so much and improved my routines and overall care. I’m also trying exercises that will hopefully help with recovery that I didn’t know existed. A really incredible service – thanks you, Lucy!” Joe 24.11.22

“I had a course of men’s health physio sessions with James following prostate surgery. He’s been excellent and really helped in my recovery.” Andrew 28.02.22

“I was very impressed with my friendly, clear and expert assessment by Jenny Constable. I’ve been around the houses with a pelvic floor issue and Jenny was the first clinician who really listened to me and understood my experience. I now feel positive about my condition, thanks to working with an experienced specialist. Wish I’d come in sooner!” Jon 03.10.20

One patient describes how Men’s Health Physio has revolutionised his life:

“The results have been a revelation. There is no other way of putting it. As of the last couple of months I have no more four or three times a night peeing regime – twice is a bad night and once is the standard. This has transformed my nights and therefore also improved my days! I do my floor exercises regularly – they are simple and not onerous and take little time.”


What is pelvic floor physiotherapy and how can it benefit a male?

Men do have pelvic floor muscles, providing support for the pelvic organs, they help your continence and your sexual function. Thanks to physiotherapy we can learn how to strengthen and lengthen these muscles to improve your symptoms and quality of life.

What are the common issues that male pelvic floor physiotherapy can help with?

Pelvic floor muscle physiotherapy can be a benefit for:

  • chronic pelvic pain
  • prostatitis or prostatectomy related symptoms
  • urinary incontinence
  • erectile dysfunction

How do I know if I need pelvic floor physiotherapy?

  • If you suffer from urinary or faecal urgency and incontinence
  • If you have constipation 
  • If you suffer from chronic pain
  • If you experience pain with sexual intercourse
  • If you suffer from erectile dysfunction

Can male pelvic floor physiotherapy help with urinary incontinence?

Yes. The physiotherapist will determine the reason for your incontinence during the initial assessment with the ultrasound and a internal examination and then will decide which exercises you will need to carry on and which manual techniques to use/stretches if there’s a tightness issue. Education will be given regarding diet, fluid intake and toilet habits.

What exercises and techniques are typically used during male pelvic floor physiotherapy?

The physiotherapist will ask you to perform a pelvic floor contraction and relaxation and then will test your muscles endurance asking for a long contraction (holding) as well. 

“Draw the testes up inside the pelvic, retract or shorten the penis “

How much does Men's Health physiotherapy typically cost?

The initial consultation of 1 hour has a cost of £155

A 1 hour follow up costs £214

A half an hour follow up costs£107

Can pelvic floor physiotherapy help with male sexual dysfunction?

Yes. The pelvic floor must be strong and elastic in men too.  After the initial assessment and the history taking, your physiotherapist will understand the cause of your sexual dysfunction and prescribe specific pelvic floor exercises and relaxation/breathing techniques. These together with the correct routine modification / education will improve your symptoms.

How can I find a Men's Health physiotherapist near me?

You can ask Google, ask your GP, or ask your urologist.

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