Innova is happy to announce the launch of our new Seattle clinic, located in West Lake.
1700 Westlake Ave N. Seattle WA 98109, Suite 400

Men's Health

Innova’s Men’s Health Program was developed to help men who struggle with pelvic pain, erectile dysfunction, and bowel/bladder incontinence. Men’s health is a sensitive and often emotional topic to discuss and many people do not know that pelvic health physical therapy can help with these issues and more.

Incidence of Dysfunction

Pelvic dysfunction in men is more common than you may be aware. Statistics suggest that 1 in 10 men, at some time in their life will visit a doctor with the complaint of pain/discomfort in their pelvic floor. Another example is the fact that 50% of men in their 50s exhibit mild to moderate erectile dysfunction.

Furthermore, prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men, excluding skin cancer. In 2019, an estimated 174,650 men in the United States will be diagnosed with prostate cancer and many will require surgery. In most cases, function returns to normal after surgery, however in some cases men are left with pain, incontinence and erectile dysfunction. Innova’s Men’s Health Program can help in those incidences.

What to Expect

Your comfort and privacy are paramount at Innova Physical Therapy. Your initial visit begins with a supportive conversation with your PT so they can understand how this is affecting the quality of your life. Our PTs are compassionate, supportive and highly educated. Using a holistic approach, your PT will not only assess your pelvic floor but all body regions that could be contributing to your condition.

Throughout the examination and treatment your therapist will explain their findings, relate them back to your symptoms and craft an individualized program designed to reach your goals.


Neuromuscular re-education/resetting

Individualized and guided home exercise programs

Manual therapy (external and internal myofascial release)

Biofeedback training of the pelvic floor muscles

Behavioral training for bowel and bladder habits

Nutritional counseling

Treatment of related hip, lumbar, sacroiliac or coccyx (tailbone) dysfunction.

Typical Diagnosis

Pre and post-prostatectomy

Prostatitis (non-bacterial)

Post hernia repairs

Urinary and fecal incontinence: Stress and/or urge

Chronic and acute penile, testicular and scrotal pain

Erectile dysfunction

Tailbone pain

Sacroiliac pain



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