Pelvic Physical Therapy for Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is one of the most common type of cancers in men and occurs most commonly in men 65 years and older. There are many treatment options for Prostate Cancer including active surveillance, prostatectomy (or removal of the prostate), external beam radiation therapy, Brachytherapy, Cryotherapy, Hormonal treatment, Surgical or Medical castration, Chemotherapy and more!

Loss of Erectile Functioning and Urinary incontinence are common after surgery or treatment. Thankfully, Pelvic Physical Therapy can reduce the likelihood, progression, and severity of these symptoms in men after treatment for prostate cancer!

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Pelvic Physical Therapy

Come see the Pelvic Physical Therapy experts of West Texas! We accept all major insurances and have a low cash rate for those who don't have insurance or prefer to self pay!  Contact us through the information form below to start your Pelvic Physical Therapy journey and improve outcomes related to Prostate Cancer treatment!

PRE-HAB or Pre-Rehabilitation

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Post-Cancer Treatment Physical Therapy

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Why choose us for Pelvic Physical Therapy?

Pelvic Physical Therapy addresses pelvic floor muscle dysfunction and requires special training to be effective. Previous literature has proven that therapists lacking training or advanced certification in pelvic floor physical therapy (PFPT) have worse outcomes then those who have specialized PFPT training. There are several specialty certifications that Physical Therapists can receive to denote advanced training in PFPT, with the Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification (PRPC) being preferred as it is a Board Specialty denoting advanced training encompassing Male PFPT.

One of our goals is to empower patients to safely be active while under our care hence why we offer FREE access to our GYM and Therapy Pool while a patient at COM-Physical Therapy. Aerobic exercise and specifically loosing weight prior to surgery has been shown to improve outcomes after cancer treatment! Enjoy FREE use of our Therapy Pool and Gym to aid in improving your Prostate Cancer Recovery.