Physiotherapy for Chronic Testicular Pain

Discussing Male Pelvic Floor & Prostate Issues

Chronic Pain, Mens Pelvic Health, Pelvic Health

By Linc Pisio, PT There are many causes of testicle pain… some are more serious than others. As we all know, testicles are very sensitive, and even minor incidents can cause significant pain. And when it’s present, testicular pain can have a major impact on one’s quality and enjoyment of life. Physiotherapy is often helpful in treating testicular pain when … Read More

Men’s Groin Pain: What’s So HIP About It

Main With Groin Pain

Mens Pelvic Health, Pelvic Health

Written by Gayle Hulme, PT think most of us will grimace when we watch re-runs of the Simpson’s where the old man gets hit in the groin with a football. Okay, haha – it’s also a little bit funny. These comical collisions might be avoided by our beloved cartoon’s character’s lightning-speed reflexes, but in reality painful impact injuries to the … Read More

Addressing Men’s Pelvic Floor Issues

Discussing Male Pelvic Floor & Prostate Issues

Mens Pelvic Health

Written by Linc Pisio, PT While clinics specializing in women’s pelvic health are becoming increasingly common, centers with a focus on treating male pelvic issues are few and far between. Many men are surprised to learn that they have something called a “pelvic floor”. The pelvic floor is a hammock of muscles that runs from the pubic bone in the … Read More

Pain After Childbirth

Pain After Childbirth

After Baby, Pelvic Health, Womens Pelvic Health

Pregnancy has a profound impact on your body.  While pregnancy and motherhood bring on new challenges and experiences, it’s almost impossible to be prepared for them all. We are your partners in a healthy, mobile, pain-free body. We hope you find this article on post-childbirth pain informative. If you’d like to speak with a women’s health physiotherapist one on one, … Read More

Pelvic Floor Health

Pelvic Floor Health

Pelvic Health, Womens Pelvic Health

Like many parts of our body, the pelvic floor is something that most people don’t think about until it starts presenting problems. Unbeknownst to most, the pelvic floor is one of the most important groups of muscles in our body. They work in conjunction with other muscle groups to assist with bladder and bowel control, support posture, and is important … Read More