Male Urinary Incontinence

Helping You Get Dry

Our goal is to get our patients back to doing what they love in the shortest amount of time possible. Schedule a Consultation with one of our Experts in Male Urinary Incontinence to help you overcome bladder leakage.
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DOES THIS SOUND FAMILIAR?

20 Million People Struggle With Bladder Incontinence

But You Don’t Have to Be Apart of This Statistic

The problem is this:

Most men experience bladder incontinence following prostate cancer treatment. They go see their urologist or oncologist for prostate cancer treatment, only to be left with bladder incontinence afterwards.
Here's what we hear all the time:
My Urologist said “Just do kegels everyday and you’ll get dry”
My Urologist said “our patients don’t need to go to pelvic floor PT”
My Urologist said “we can try a medication, but if that doesn’t work, we’ll need to do surgery”

We believe we can help you.

If not, we won’t waste your time either. We’ll let you know at the very first visit.
Don’t worry though, we believe we can help you. Even if:
You feel like you have to stop drinking water to stop leaking
You feel like you can’t go out in public anymore
You can’t get your bladder under control no matter what you do

Common Male Urinary Incontinence Complaints

Our Patients Used To Suffer From

Leakage when they cough, sneeze, or during physical activity
Sudden increased urge to urinate, but couldn’t make it to the bathroom
Waking up multiple times throughout the night to pee
Feeling like they didn’t fully empty their bladder
Frequent trips to the bathroom
Needing to wear adult diapers

Our Male Urinary Incontinence Treatment Goal

We’ll Help You Get Out Of Pain Fast
Our goal is to get our patients back to doing the things they love with the people they love in as painless a way as possible.

Our 3 Step Approach to Addressing & Treating to Addressing Male Urinary Incontinence

Our proven program, ProstFit™ focuses on targeting and resolving the root cause of your issue, ensuring that you won't have to face it again. We really focus on 3 key areas to help men overcome bladder incontinence.

Habits

We have two goals for you. First is to Increase your bladder volume and input and Second is to Decrease your output via leakage.

Pelvic Floor Control

Our entire goal here is to make sure you know how to do a pelvic floor contraction or a kegel that matches the level of activity. In this phase you will focus on the correct timing of a kegel as well as appropriate kegel training to stop leakage.

Activity

The last phase, which happens to be the most fun. At this point, you will have the the endurance, strength, and power needed for the pelvic floor muscles to stop leakage. So our goal here is to help you increase activity levels and maintain continence.

Patients Who Used to Suffer From Urinary Incontinence

Don't Just Take Our Word For It

Who We Help

Other Male Urinary Incontinence Conditions We Treat

Why Choose Us For Male Urinary Incontinence Control

Most of our patients experience shoulder pain relief on the very first day. We cannot guarantee this is you; although we do believe we can likely help you.
Here’s what we can guarantee you walk away with on the very first day.
A Comprehensive Urinary Function and Control Examination
Pelvic Floor & Core Strength Assessment
Individualized Bladder Management & Training Strategy
Complete Review of Findings with Tailored Recommendations
An Extremely Effective Urinary Incontinence Management Strategy

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • During physical therapy for male urinary incontinence, expect a combination of manual therapy, tailored exercises to improve strength and flexibility, and education on posture and movement to prevent further injury. Your physical therapist will assess your specific condition and create a personalized treatment plan aimed at reducing leakage, improving function, and preventing future issues.

The duration of recovery from male urinary incontinence varies widely depending on the underlying cause, severity of the condition, and the patient's compliance with the therapy program. Some patients may see improvement in a few weeks, while others may require several months of therapy. Your physical therapist will provide an estimated timeline based on your initial evaluation and will adjust the plan as needed based on your progress.

Yes, In many cases, physical therapy is very effective to treat male urinary incontinence following a surgical procedure. This is particularly true for conditions like a radical prostatectomy or radiation therapy. However, the success of pelvic floor physical therapy following surgery depends on several factors, including the specific diagnosis, the severity of the condition, and how the individual responds to therapy. Your physical therapist will help you determine the best treatment approach for your situation.

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