Chronic Pelvic Pain Prostatitis Approach

The Bodyworks Practice brings you its  Chronic Pelvic Pain, Prostatitis Approach. Chronic pelvic pain, prostatitis can be a debilitating condition for many men from a young age all the way through to those in more advanced years. Statistics suggest that 25% of all visits to Urologists are Prostatitis related

If you suffer with any of the following symptoms our Prostatitis and Chronic Pelvic Pain Approach may benefit you. Pain in the following;

  • Urethra (internal to the penis)
  • Tip of Penis
  • Base of Penis
  • Shaft of Penis (external to the penis)
  • Rectum
  • Inner thighs
  • Testicles
  • Perineum (surface discomfort)
  • Prostate (felt as pain higher than the perineum [deeper, internal pain])
  • Above the Pubic Bone (between the pubic bone and belly button)
  • Lower Back Pain
  • Pubic Bone
  • Or…
  • Increased urinary frequency
  • Increased nocturnal urinary frequency
  • Pain upon ejaculation


 What to expect in the Chronic Pelvic Pain, Prostatitis Approach

Prior to your visit to our clinic we will email you your client intake form’s, these are quite extensive and will need to be filled in beforehand so as to save time on the day of your visit.

Your initial appointment will last up to 3 hours; the first part of which will involve going over the intake forms with the therapist, elaborating on the information provided and building up a complete picture of your condition. The second part of the appointment will be specifically tailored manual treatment, based on your presenting case history.

The approach will consist of the following:

  • Postural assessment (siting and standing)
  • Diaphragmatic breathing assessment
  • Assessment of all major muscle groups in the legs
  • Deep tissue massage to back, glutes, legs, abdomen
  • Trigger Point Therapy
  • Myofascial Release Techniques
  • Assisted stretches to tightened, short muscle groups
  • Internal Pelvic floor assessment and appropriate treatment

You will be given a bespoke homecare programme based on the findings of the treatment, giving you the tools to manage and control your symptoms and furthering the treatment from the time in the clinic. This will include some of the following:

  • Stretches
  • Nutrition advice
  • Lifestyle advice
  • Self massage techniques

“Having suffered with Pelvic Pain to the point where he had to be hospitalised for a number of nights, Karl has a great understanding and level of empathy with his patients, appreciating exactly how they feel and what they are going through”.

Please note that as of January 2016 Karl will see all Pelvic Pain patients at The Pelvic Pain Clinic in the Centre for Men’s Health 96 Harley St, London. For details please visit or email


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