Male Pelvic Pain Symptoms
Pelvic pain is unique to each individual, especially different for each gender. Understanding male pelvic pain causes and developing treatments is our specialty.
Pain With Sitting
Whether you are at work, at home or going to and from the average male is in the sitting position a large portion of the day. As our working lives take us more and more into a non-active sitting position the hip, pelvis, and tailbone are all not in there natural position. Prolonged periods of sitting can cause extreme discomfort and pain in the hip and pelvis region. Together with our treatment plan and lifestyle changes we can have you back to a better life. Learn more about the signs and treatment options for when you are suffering from pain with sitting.
Hemorrhoid pain is often associated with general rectal pain or anal fissures, and constipation. The irritated region can become inflamed and lead to chronic pain and irritation. Many times hemorrhoids and anal fissures can resolve themselves after a flare-up, some men experience chronic issues that need further treatment. Before going for surgical intervention our external injection treatment process helps treat the root of the compressed nerves in the pelvic area.
Rectal Pain (Levator Ani Syndrome)
Chronic rectal pain can be diagnosed as levator ani syndrome / spasms. This is attributed to chronic muscle compression in the pelvic floor. Levator Ani Syndrome can be very painful and become worse during sitting, bowel movement, sexual activity, and high-stress situations. A multidisciplinary approach to treatment can bring relief. Our treatment protocols will require lifestyle and physical activity changes, along with our minimally-invasive injection series.
A sports hernia is a painful soft tissue injury often occurring during physical activity that caused a sudden change or direction or intense twisting. This strain or tear is focused in the lower abdomen and groin area. The severe pain and be tied to nerve and muscle compression throughout the pelvic region. Rest and physical therapy are almost always recommended for treatment. In some other cases more in-depth treatment is necessary such as anti-inflammatory and nerve relaxation. After being assessed one of our doctors may recommend a treatment protocol of nerve hydrodissection and trigger point injections to bring relief to the pelvic floor muscles and nerves.
A non-constipative bowel function involves the reflexive relaxation of the pelvic floor muscles along with other areas of the body. Stress and anxiety can trigger tension during a bowel movement and in the pelvic floor muscles. Chronic constipation can be a debilitating feeling with drastic negative effects on ones life. Through a blend of lifestyle and dietary changes along with our treatment protocol we often able to drastically reduce the tightness and compression of the pelvic floor, ultimately leading to relaxed muscle and a return to normal bowel function.