Pelvic Pain

Pelvic Pain

Men can experience pelvic pain in the bladder, penis, testicles, perineum, or anal area. Some men also experience nervy symptoms, including numbness, tingling, and burning. It is recommended that you discuss any symptoms you are experiencing with your GP prior to attending your physio appointment. Our physiotherapists will do a full history to assess your problems. Common treatments include nerve mobilisation techniques, soft tissue exercise techniques, strengthening and down training of your pelvic floor muscles. We will also assess and treat any back pain and stiffness that you experience.

Pelvic Pain in Women

Treatment for women involves assessment of all problems realting to the area, including pelvic floor and pelvis itself. There are many symptoms resulting from issues with your pelvic area, constipation, incontinence and general pelvic pain. At Physio Hub we will assess your individual problems and come up with a tailored treatment to get you back to your best! To book an appointment with one of our physiotherapists, please give us a call on 015253440 or you can book online at


Pelvic health encompasses the well-being of the pelvic region, including muscles, ligaments, and organs. Individuals should consider seeking specialized care for pelvic health issues if they experience symptoms such as pelvic pain, urinary incontinence, bowel dysfunction, or discomfort during sexual activity. Seeking care is important for addressing these concerns and improving overall pelvic function.

Specialized care for pelvic health involves a comprehensive assessment to identify the underlying causes of symptoms. Treatment may include pelvic floor exercises, manual therapy, and lifestyle modifications. Individuals can expect sessions to be tailored to their specific concerns, addressing issues such as muscle dysfunction, pain, or organ-related problems. The goal is to enhance pelvic function and alleviate symptoms.

Yes, specialized care for pelvic health can prevent and improve issues related to pregnancy and postpartum. Strategies may include prenatal education, exercises to support the pelvic floor during pregnancy, and postpartum rehabilitation to address any pelvic health issues that arise. Healthcare professionals work with individuals to promote pelvic health through various life stages.

Specialized care for pelvic health is beneficial for both women and men. While women may seek care for issues related to pregnancy, childbirth, or gynecological conditions, men can benefit from specialized care for concerns such as pelvic pain, urinary dysfunction, or post-surgical rehabilitation. The approach is individualized to the unique needs of each person, regardless of gender.