Steven Lavender at Maze Men’s Health

Steven Lavender has joined the team at Maze Men’s Sexual & Reproductive Health, where their unique approach to treatment addresses both the medical and psychological aspects of men’s sexual health. In addition to pelvic pain, Maze Men’s Health specializes in Erectile Dysfunction, Low Testosterone, Peyronie’s Disease, Low Libido, and Male Infertility.

PELVIC FLOOR THERAPY FOR MEN

Men’s Pelvic Health is a specialized area of rehabilitation that takes advanced education and training as well as a true understanding of the many components that contribute to a man’s overall condition. In some cases, the issue is in the pelvis and can be locally treated. In other cases, pelvic issues can be driven by other sites such as the gut, hip, or spine. Some pelvic issues such as tightness and /or pain can be driven by emotional issues.

Simply put, Men’s Pelvic Health refers to the health and well-being of the muscles and other structures including the mind that refers to or impacts the pelvis. Pelvic floor dysfunction is what happens if one or more of those structures is not working the way it should, causing unwanted and unpleasant symptoms.

our treatments

Male Pelvic Floor Therapy refers to a number of therapeutic assessment and treatment techniques intended to decrease pain and increase your control of your pelvic floor muscles.
The main aim of treatment, no matter the condition, is to normalize muscle tone, strength, awareness, muscle fiber recruitment, endurance, muscle range of motion, to regain or heighten control over bodily functions including bowel, bladder, and sexual function.
Treatment techniques vary depending on diagnosis and symptoms. Education, manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, and biofeedback are common in the treatment of pelvic dysfunction.
Most pelvic floor therapy techniques are hands-on and include both internal and external treatment.

Diagnostic Techniques

  • Postural Assessment
  • Spinal Assessment
  • Manual Internal and External Assessment
  • EMG Assessment
  • Ultrasound Transabdominal Transperineal
  • Anorectal Manometry Testing
  • Hip and Lower Limb Assessment

Most pelvic floor therapy techniques are hands on and include both internal and external treatment.

why would i choose to see a male healthcare practitioner for my pelvic issues?

“In my experience, a male patient is more likely, to be honest about what, when, how, and why he is seeking help when he is being questioned by another male.”
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