With current estimates that approximately one in eight Canadian men will develop prostate cancer during their lifetime, there’s a very good chance that you do or you will.
Here’s something they need to know …
Struggles with incontinence are common on the road to recovery following prostate surgery but are often not discussed. There’s no need to suffer in silence.
If incontinence continues to be an issue four months after surgery, strengthening the muscles of the pelvic floor is one of the best ways to address the root cause of the problem. For men, pelvic floor muscles support the bladder and bowel, help maintain bladder and bowel control and also play an important role in sexual sensation and function.
Revitalize Your Health has helped a number of men successfully address incontinence and sexual performance issues after their prostate surgery. In fact, a variety of Niagara urologists now refer their patients to our clinic for pelvic floor strengthening using our Emsella Chair.
After just six 28-minute treatments with Emsella, most clients either no longer require the use of incontinence pads or significantly reduce their use of pads in their day-to-day life. These pain-free treatments couldn’t be easier, requiring nothing other than sitting on the Emsella Chair, fully clothed.
If you have someone in your life who has had or is about to have prostate surgery, forward them this email. If they are still experiencing issues four months after surgery, a complimentary assessment with our Certified Continence Advisor is a great next step to help them create a fast, effective treatment plan to address lingering incontinence or sexual performance issues without the need for drugs or additional surgery.
We look forward to helping you or someone you care about!