Pelvic Pain

Millions of men worldwide suffer from pelvic pain, discomfort or dysfunction. In the majority of cases doctors can find little or no physical basis for the symptoms. This syndrome often includes pain and dysfunction relating to urination, defecation and sexual activity. Men also experience anxiety or depression.

CPPS is the most common type of prostatitis – around 19 out of every 20 men (90 to 95 per cent) with prostatitis have it. Men with CPPS usually have symptoms for three months or longer. Even after treatment, you may still have prostatitis for a long time.

It might come and go, causing occasional episodes of severe pain, sometimes known as flare-ups. Nobody knows for certain what causes CPPS. Unlike other types of prostatitis, it isn’t usually caused by a bacterial infection. There could be a number of causes, which makes it difficult to diagnose and treat.

We use a number of different treatment techniques to treat this condition.

Our Physiotherapy Clinic Services

The West Wimbledon Physiotherapy Clinic aims to provide a selection of services to maintain and enhance health and wellbeing. Although primarily a physiotherapy clinic, a range of other treatments are available.