The male pelvic floor - what, where, how?

Most men are unaware that they also have a pelvic floor. Commonly referred to as "women's muscles" due to the effects of childbirth, and secondary to Men's Health being in it's infancy, we have a long way to go to correct this view. However, although not as common an occurrence, men too can have problems with their pelvic floor muscles. Most commonly as a result of prostate issues but also secondary to pelvic trauma, sports injuries (eg. groin strains, sacroiliac joint dysfunction) and surgery. Pelvic floor muscle dysfunction will reveal itself as continence issues (bladder or bowel), erectile dysfunction, pelvic pain or ongoing/non-resolving low back, pelvic, groin or hip pain. What are t

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