Take back control of your pelvic health


Physical Therapy for Sensitive Areas


Biofeedback for Faster Results


Treatments for Non-surgical Intervention

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Do you struggle with:

Pelvic floor dysfunction can trigger crippling pain, hinder movement, and result in incontinence. 

Pelvic Therapy can treat the following:

Sexual Dysfunction

Sexual dysfunction encompasses a range of challenges that individuals may encounter in experiencing pleasure and satisfaction in their intimate lives. It can deeply affect one’s self-esteem, relationships, and overall well-being, often causing feelings of frustration, embarrassment, or inadequacy.

Low Back Pain

Low back pain is the discomfort or soreness localized in the area between the ribcage and the pelvis, typically below the ribcage and above the buttocks. It can vary from a dull, constant ache to a sudden, sharp sensation and may be caused by various factors such as muscle strain, injury, poor posture, or underlying medical conditions.

Pelvic Pain & Prostatitis

Pelvic pain is usually located in the lower abdominal area, often extending to the pelvis and genital region.  Prostatitis specifically refers to inflammation or infection of the prostate gland, which can lead to pelvic pain, discomfort during urination, sexual dysfunction, and other symptoms.


Incontinence, or the inability to control urination, flatus (gas), or defecation, is a condition that can be deeply distressing and embarrassing for those who experience it. It affects people of all ages, but is more common in older adults, and can arise from various underlying medical issues, lifestyle factors, or physiological changes.

Prostate Cancer

Pelvic therapy, particularly pelvic floor exercises, can be highly beneficial for men with prostate cancer. These exercises strengthen the muscles that support the bladder, bowel, and sexual function, which can help improve urinary control and reduce incontinence, a common side effect of prostate cancer treatment.

Take back control over your pelvic health

Pelvic muscles may be too tight or too loose to properly control bladder and bowels, ease movement, and perform sexually. A pelvic floor muscle exam is the first step to taking back pelvic control and giving your body the foundation it needs for healthy, pain-free movement and sexual function. 

Men’s pelvic health has been taboo for too long.
It’s time to come out of the pelvic closet and get the relief you deserve. 

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Relief is possible

Learn more about Jim’s story

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Charles Dudley, MPT, COMT

I personally know what it's like to suffer from pelvic problems

In 2013, I experienced difficulties with bladder control and started a long frustrating search for a conclusive diagnosis. After much testing, I was finally diagnosed with neurogenic bladder with urinary retention. As a physical therapist, I knew the advantages and healing potential of physical therapy, but it was difficult to find a therapist who treated men. Since then, I’ve dedicated my practice to providing non-surgical support for men’s pelvic health.

Just like other forms of physical therapy, pelvic physical therapy can relieve pain and incontinence while restoring healthy urination, genital function, and movement.

Pelvic Health Struggles by the numbers:

Prevalence of erectile dysfunction has doubled in the last 30 years.

2018 study revealed that 95% of those who were experiencing back pain also had pelvic floor dysfunction.

20%-30% of men suffer from premature ejaculation. Premature ejaculation (PE) is when ejaculation occurs within 3 minutes of initial stimulation.

Over 50% of men in their 40’s and 50’s suffer from post void dribble.

All of these struggles can be improved with pelvic health therapy.

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Pelvic Health FAQs

Get answers to common questions surrounding pelvic health therapy

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Areas we serve

Charles travels weekly to serve clients in Orlando (including Kissimmee,  Davenport, and throughout Central Florida) and the Miami/Fort Lauderdale area (Wilton Manors, Plantation Key). He is also available for at home appointments.

Community Support

Charles provides education and support to the community through workshops, health fairs, and rugby team physical therapist.

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