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We understand pelvic pain for men is a sensitive and important topic that must be addressed.
We understand men’s pelvic pain is a serious issue which affects all types of men.
We understand the need to get treated and get back to your active lifestyle.
We understand you and your pain.
Why be in pain any longer than you need?
Whether it’s pain from sitting, hemorrhoid pain, pain during ejaculation, or another pelvic problem, our goal is for you to find relief and normalcy again.
We want to help you to get back to optimal health and back being yourself.
Let’s do this.
As the pelvic pain specialist, Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine takes a new, whole body philosophy when treating our male patients. We utilize the entire range of safe and effective techniques, modalities, and treatments to greatly reduce your pelvic pain and discomfort.
Compromised pelvic muscles and inflammation can be involved in many disorders and conditions including:
The pelvis is one of the primary regions in your body and controls many aspects of it.
Our approach also takes seriously the idea that the body is only one aspect of who we are. We are also our emotions, our minds and thoughts, our social environment, our stresses, our joys – and so much more.
Please visit our practice philosophy page to learn more.
When treating pelvic floor dysfunction, and related pain, we focus on:
Up to 10% of men suffer from persistent pelvic pain. Dr. Christian Reutter explains chronic pelvic pain syndrome and treatment.
Male Pelvic Pain: Types, Conditions, and Causes for Men at Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine located in New York City. Male Pelvic Pain Video Transcription We always laugh when people ask us if we are women’s health, because when we first started we thought we would only have women patients, but the men just showed up. I […]
Allyson Shrikhande, MD, founder of Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine, has submitted an abstract for the International Continence Society’s Annual Meeting. The International Continence Society (ICS) has over 3,000 members and is a thriving society of Urologists, Uro-gynaecologists, Physiotherapists, Nurses, Basic Scientists and Researchers with a focus on continence and pelvic floor disorders. We are growing every day […]
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