We offer a large variety of treatment options from lifestyle changes and medication, to physical therapy and advanced minimally invasive surgery. Our providers will work with you to find the treatment option that best meets your needs and lifestyle. A combination of treatments may be needed.
You may benefit from simple lifestyle modifications and exercises that build pelvic floor muscles. Many men find these non-surgical treatment alternatives extremely beneficial at easing their symptoms and dramatically improving their quality of life. Select a treatment option below to learn more.
Pelvic Floor exercises: Strengthening pelvic floor muscles can help relieve urinary and fecal incontinence.
Physical Therapy: Physical therapists specializing in pelvic health evaluate pelvic floor functions to create an individualized treatment plan when strengthening exercises are not enough.
Medications: Some pelvic floor conditions can be treated with the right medications.
Sometimes, simple lifestyle changes, physical therapy and/or medications are not enough to treat pelvic floor conditions, and surgery may be required. However, many of today’s surgeries are less invasive and often can be done as an outpatient procedure. Some of today’s minimally invasive surgical procedures include:
Sacral Nerve Stimulation/Modulation: Patients with urinary incontinence, overactive bladder and fecal incontinence, who do not respond to more conservative treatments may be treated with a neurostimulation device that is implanted in the body.
Minimally invasive surgery: For many people, surgical treatment is the right choice for a pelvic floor disorder. Today’s surgical options are minimally invasive and require little to no hospital stay.