REPLAY: Incontinence & Sex after Prostate Surgery with Jo Milios.
YOU WILL LEARN:
Why Climacturia occurs after prostate surgery (urination during arousal/orgasm).
How you can reduce Climacturia in the short and long term (9:10 mins)
Pelvic floor exercises to try that research suggests help recover erectile function, as well as continence! (20:07 mins)
Incontinence; an aggressive approach to treatment by Peter Dornan. Try the exercises on this actionable and easy to read PDF by Peter.
Urostop; an adjustable tension band to prevent Climacturia. I have emailed the manufacturer in America to source an Australian distributor. Hold on to your pants, I’ll update this page when I find one!
Urilog; measure your pelvic floor progress at home. Get started here. Tool created by Chris Robinson from Sydney, inspired by his own prostate cancer journey.
Professor Grace Dorey’s 2005 study; pelvic floor exercises as treatment for erectile dysfunction. Read the study here.
Vacuum Pumps. The pelvic floor muscles are like a pump inside the body, and The Vacurect is our recommendation for an external one to keep the penile smooth muscle tissue in top condition.
Men’s Health Week; June 10th-16th. Check out the website for men’s health events in your area.
And lastly remember…
‘Lift your Nuts to your Guts’!!
Meet Jo Milios…
Jo Milios is a Men’s Health Physiotherapist based in Perth, WA. She has just completed her PhD Research on continence and sexuality after prostate cancer (well done Jo!).
She established her Men’s Health service to treat prostate cancer patients in 2005. Since then Jo has treated over 3000 Prostatectomy patients!
Find out more about Jo at: http://www.menshealthphysiotherapy.com.au