• Sexual Function After Cancer

    This article introduces common unwanted side effects that affect sexual function after cancer and discusses strategies to counteract these symptoms. Sexuality can be a big part of who we are as individuals. Sexual functioning can be defined as...

  • How Bladder Health Can Affect Prostate, Erectile Function, and Pelvic Health

    Doctors have known for decades that smoking affects lung and heart health, greatly increasing risk of both lung cancer and heart disease. In recent research, they have been finding that smoking increases risk to various urologic diseases as well....

  • Male Sexual Dysfunction in Pelvic Cancer Survivors

    literature review by Twitchell et al. shows there is ample evidence that sexual dysfunction is commonly reported in male cancer survivors regardless of age, cancer diagnosis, or treatment of cancer. In their analysis, they also found that many of the...

  • Cancer Rehabilitation Treatments

    Cancer Rehabilitation Treatments for Pelvic Area Cancers and More Fusion Wellness is proud to offer a comprehensive cancer survivor rehabilitation program for men and women, including Lymphaedema therapy (complete manual decongestive therapy / manual...

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  • Male Dysorgasmia: When Sex Hurts

    and pain levels (as well as help you return to your usual activities) post-operatively. Post-Prostatectomy and Prostate Cancer Therapy: Prostate cancer is currently the most common form of cancer inthe United States among males (annually, around 110 in...

  • How Pelvic Floor Therapy Can Help Erectile Dysfunction and Urinary Intontinence After Radical Prostatectomy

    Radical prostatectomy is a procedure that is often performed on men to remove cancerous prostate tissue after a prostate cancer diagnosis. Approximately 85% of men who undergo the surgery complain of erectile dysfunction (ED) after the procedure....

  • Erectile Dysfunction Post Prostatectomy and How Pelvic Floor Therapy Can Help

    Dysfunction Post Prostatectomy? Prostatectomy Procedures can Lead to Erectile Problems and Sexual Dysfunction Prostate cancer is often treated with a radical prostatectomy - a procedure wherein cancerous tissue of the prostate is removed. Approximately...

  • Evidence-Based Recommendations for Managing Prostatitis Related Pelvic Pain: Healthy Sex and Lifestyle Habits

    Pelvic Pain Part 2 of 2 of our Prostatitis Lifestyle Management Series An article published in the Journal of Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Disease (Gallo, L. (2014).) outlines evidence-based recommendations to treat prostatitis related chronic pelvic...

  • Evidence-Based Recommendations for Managing Prostatitis Related Pelvic Pain

    Part 1 of 2 of our Prostatitis Lifestyle Management Series An article published in the Journal of Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Disease outlines evidence-based recommendations to treat prostatitis related chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS) in men...

  • About Laureen

    including men’s and women’s health and pelvic floor dysfunctions. She has worked closely for over 23 years with the Cancer Center and Colorectal Institute of Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center, and is a certified lymphedema therapist. Working...

  • Osteoporosis Awareness Month: Bone Health and Prevention

    postmenopausal women. The probability of women, at menopause, of having an osteoporotic fracture exceeds that of breast cancer and the likelihood of a fracture is approximately 40%.2 Bone mineral density is measured through a scan called a Dual-Energy...

  • Cycling and Erectile Dysfunction: The Connection

    health benefits to cycling, including improved cardiovascular health, better weight control, and decreased risk of breast cancer in women (Greenberg, 2019). Despite all these amazing health benefits (I, myself am an avid bicyclist), you can ask almost...

  • Yoga Therapy to Ease Prostatitis and Chronic Pelvic Pain

    an active bacterial infection. Prostatitis affects men of all ages, unlike benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and prostate cancer, which predominantly affect older men. Yoga, Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, and Chronic Pain Yoga can help both strengthen and...

  • Chronic Constipation 101

    are black You are found to have anemia, caused by lack of iron Fiber and exercise haven’t helped Family history of colon cancer or inflammatory bowel disease in addition to other symptoms You’re losing weight without trying Constipation is often an...

  • What’s Up Down There, Doc? 

    plane were asking me many questions. As it turned out, the early-20’s aged women sitting directly next to me had cervical cancer followed by a fertility-sparing procedure called a trachelectomy. Ever since her surgery, she has experienced painful...

  • Nonbacterial Prostatitis: Chronic Pelvic Pain in Men

    an active bacterial infection. Prostatitis affects men of all ages, unlike benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and prostate cancer, which predominantly affect older men. Causes Possible causes of nonbacterial prostatitis include: Pelvic floor muscle...

  • The Scoop on Poop - What is your poop telling you?

    if your poopsare pencil thin for more than 1-2 weeks, it may indicate a narrowing or obstruction of the colon due to colon cancer or a pelvic floor dysfunction. Other Changes Consult your doctor immediately if your bowel changes are accompanied by...

  • Pelvic Floor Therapy for Men: What To Expect on Your First Visit

    and all of the different things that can contribute to pain: medical history, past surgeries, conditions like prostate cancer, past injuries, bowel/bladder habits, diet, sexual history, among other things. Our therapists want to hear your stories and...

  • Treatments

    Offered: Specialized Pelvic Floor Treatments for Men and Women Pregnancy and Post-partum Treatments General Orthopaedics Cancer Rehabilitation programs, including treatment for Lymphaedema Evaluation & Treatment: Individualized treatment plans that are...


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