Blogpost in collaboration with Myra Robson Clincal lead (physiotherapist) – PHABB – and founder of Pelvicroar.org
Pelvicroar and PhysiosOnline believe that all pelvic health issues are important, but we do recognise that women’s pelvic health gets more “airtime.” We therefore want to provide a variety of links to trusted sources of information, advice and training.
The key pelvic health conditions that we see in men include:
- Prostatectomy – urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction
- Persistent pelvic pain
- Sexual dysfunction
- Faecal incontinence
- Urinary incontinence
- Overactive bladder
These are some of our top tips for people to follow, resources to read, websites to browse:
- “Back, Sack & Crack (& Brain)” by Robert Wells
- “Pelvic pain – the ultimate cock block” by Susie Gronski
- “Pelvic dysfunction in men; diagnosis and treatment of male incontinence and erectile dysfunction” by Grace Dorey
- “A headache in the pelvis” by David Wise
- “Ending male pelvic pain” by Isa Herrera
- “The prostate playbook” and “Prostate recovery map” by Craig Allingham
Clinicians specialising in male pelvic health
Several of our members are specialised in pelvic health, see Our Experts
Bill Taylor is an internationally renowned specialist in male pelvic health.
He runs the highly respected Taylor Physiotherapy Clinic in Edinburgh, taking referrals from consultants from all over the UK.
He has taught extensively both in the UK and internationally.
Bill’s clinic Taylor Physiotherapy located in Edinburgh. He also works with patients via video consultation.
You can book an appointment with Bill Taylor here.
Other men’s health clinicians in the UK include
- Karl Monahan – host of the Pelvic Pain Matters webinar series
- Gerard Greene
- Adrian Wagstaff
More about men’s pelvic health:
Podcasts and online events
- Men’s Pelvic Health for Physiotherapists
PhysiosOnline Podcast – subscribe to hear future episodes which will include men’s health content
Pelvic Pain Matters: a series of informative, practical webinars for patients, their loved ones/family members and professionals/clinicians with an interest in all pelvic pain issues.
Pelvic floor muscle exercises
Charities and organisations that may be useful
- Future Learn courses – Excellent, free, online course for anyone interested in bladder and bowel continence issues