Eating right can reduce the growth of prostate cancer cells. Follow these four guidelines to promote a healthy prostate.
ED in men is a common occurrence, luckily a Doctor of Physical Therapy trained in pelvic health can treat erectile dysfunction without medicines or surgery.
A popular activity and sport, cycling has some drawbacks on the male pelvic floor. If you or someone else in your life are experiencing a pelvic floor dysfunction read on.
Have an upcoming prostatectomy? Prior to your procedure, seek treatment for “pre-hab” for a speedier recovery and reduce post-surgical symptoms.
Men with pelvic pain can feel alone, discouraged, and let down by the medical community. Being told “Its all in your head” or “you should see another provider” is so common that many men just give up.
Abdominal tension is a common cause of testicular pain in men. Like a knot pulled into a shirt, tension in one area of the body can affect other areas including the testicles.
Six things to consider when out in the field, deer stand or duck boat hunting and how physical therapy can help hunters stay injury-free.
Some men suffer from a male hormone imbalance or Manopause. Visiting with a pelvic health physical therapist can help get to the bottom of this.
Each year, Men’s Health Week is celebrated with Wear Blue Friday, the Friday before Father’s Day. This year Wear Blue Friday is on June 19, 2020.
Short answer yes, but read more to find out what’s best for your body.