Success Physical Therapy offers comprehensive physical therapy evaluation and treatment for men of all ages and activity levels.

We are sensitive to the unique nature of your symptoms and work with an extensive referral network to ensure comprehensive care.

We will work with you to create an individualized plan based on your goals, and are highly trained in treating a variety of bowel, bladder and pelvic disorders.

Many men have had symptoms for years prior to proper diagnosis. We are committed to helping you understand your diagnosis, and how “everything is connected”.

Bowel | bladder dysfunction

Symptoms specific to the bowel and bladder can occur across the lifespan and may include:

Post-prostatectomy (Open or Davinci) related symptoms

Post-benign prostate removal (HoLEP or TURP) surgery related symptoms

Urinary urgency/ frequency

Urinary hesitancy

Post void dribbling

Interstitial Cystitis (IC) /Painful Bladder Syndrome

Urinary leakage

Fecal leakage


Sense of incomplete bowel movements

Painful urination/ painful defecation

Pelvic floor dyssynergia

Pelvic pain | sexual dysfunction

Can occur across the lifespan and may include:

Chronic non-bacterial prostatitis

Chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS)

Ejaculatory pain

Penile pain

Scrotal pain

Testicular pain

Rectal pain

Pudendal neuralgia

Levator ani syndrome

Proctalgia fugax

Post-radiation therapy pain

General pain | dysfunction



Lumbar (low back)

Sacroiliac joint

Coccyx (tailbone)


Surgical scar pain | restriction

Surgical scars often affect mobility and everyday function. 

Pelvic floor physical therapists can perform manual therapy techniques on both recent and older scars to reduce pain and restore optimal tissue mobility. We also educate patients in performing scar mobilization self-treatment at home.

Patient education can be performed preoperatively; post-operative treatment can begin as soon as 6 weeks per physician authorization.


Cholecystectomy (gall bladder)


Hernia repair

Prostate surgery