Chronic pelvic pain syndrome shockwave treatment

Chronic pelvic pain syndrome treatment with shockwave to reduce pelvic floor and prostate pain and restore your quality of life

Chronic pelvic pain syndrome in men is usually treated with antibiotics, but the efficacy is questionable. Pelvic pain in men can be a challenging and painful condition that can have a significant impact on one's quality of life and daily functions. One of the modern treatment methods that can help relieve pelvic pain is the use of shockwave therapy in combination with EMTT. Studies have shown that Shockwave can be a possible and effective treatment for chronic pelvic pain without the use of medication.

Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive procedure where sound waves are used to stimulate the healing process and reduce pain in the affected area. This form of therapy has been shown to be effective in treating various musculoskeletal and urological conditions, including pelvic pain in men.

When it comes to pelvic pain in men, the causes can vary from muscle tension and inflammation around the prostate, to overuse or damage to tissues and structures in the pelvic area. This pain can have a negative impact on physical activity, sexual function and overall quality of life. Therefore, a thorough pre-treatment examination is also carried out to clarify which structures need to be treated.

Treatment by a specialist in urological shockwave for pelvic pain

When you meet Michael at the clinic, you are in safe hands. Michael specializes in focused shockwave treatment for urological shockwave and is an internationally recognized expert and educator. As a result, men of all ages from all over the Nordic region come to the clinic every day for treatment. This is also reflected in the highly detailed ultrasound scans and examinations that are performed the first time you come to the clinic.

Michael helps you in the clinic with focused shockwave treatment for pelvic pain that increases your function and significantly reduces pain. It has no side effects and increases travel at the same time. In addition to shockwave therapy, a comprehensive treatment plan for pelvic pain in men may include other approaches such as pelvic floor exercises, breathing exercises, medication or cognitive therapy, depending on the underlying cause and severity of the pain.

The treatment is safe and without side effects and takes place in a safe environment at our clinic in Amager.


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FAQ about chronic pelvic pain syndrome

We offer you an effective course of treatment for chronic pelvic pain syndrome with shockwave & EMTT without side effects. You will regain a higher quality of life through less pain in your pelvic muscles, prostate and greater control over your urination, if it has been affected. It will give you back your quality of life and help with your sensual function.

By using shockwave and EMTT, we stimulate the nerves, muscles and blood vessels of the diaphragm and help to trigger the body's processes in relation to bacteria and pain processes. Without any unpleasant side effects that can be seen with certain types of antibiotics.

A standard course of treatment consists of 4-6 treatments. For some, a higher number of treatments may be necessary. The number is based on the severity of your pain, how long it has been going on and how you respond to treatment.

We are the only clinic in Denmark to offer this innovative combination treatment for pelvic pain. With this combination, we see a higher effect than with shockwave and training alone. This is also supported by our clients who have previously received shockwave as a standalone.

As one of the few clinicians in Denmark, and the only one in Copenhagen, Michael works directly with Storz Medical in Switzerland, in terms of training and development in shockwave technology. They are market leaders in the production and development of shockwave devices, for urological indications among others.

When you come for the first consultation, Michael will go into depth about the whole issue, both with physical and psychological impacts. The first consultation is as follows.

  1. A thorough screening of the degree of pain, as well as your physical and mental health status, is carried out.
  2. A manual examination of the prostate and pelvic floor is performed to detect any tension in the muscles or hardness of the prostate.
  3. We perform a high-quality ultrasound scan to measure the size of the prostate and check for inflammation, as well as a general examination of the pelvic muscles.
  4. We identify your expectations for the treatment and what results we expect based on the results of the survey.
  5. Advanced body composition measurement and screening of body balances and health status with the Inbody770 system. Read more below.
  6. You will receive the first treatment with shockwave and EMTT, if you want to start the treatment, here you will be instructed in home exercises to do between treatments to ensure a good result.

In addition, we need to look at the conditions that apply to the psychological part of life. It could be whether you're stressed, whether your relationship is working well and other factors that may come into play.

We'll take an in-depth look to ensure we can put the right treatment strategy in place to help you regain the elevated quality of life you deserve. The treatment and examination is carried out by one of Denmark's leading experts in urological shockwave treatment, Michael, who is also a member of The International Society for Sexual Medicine.

The actual treatment of chronic pelvic pain with focused shockwave and EMTT involves treating the perineum (bladder & prostate) with shockwave. Here, the sound waves stimulate the nerves, muscles and blood vessels of the diaphragm. A "side effect" can also be a harder erection. The shockwave treatment itself lasts approximately 15-25 minutes, based on the research-based protocols and state-of-the-art equipment available at the clinic.

The treatment is painless for you, and cannot be compared to if you have had it before in, for example, a shoulder. You only feel a slight tingle.

There are no risks and no known side effects of the treatment. However, in the hours or days after, you may feel that it is "working" in the area. You will also be able to have sexual activity as usual throughout the course of treatment.

A single treatment with several types of shockwave (focused and radiating) in combination with EMTT costs DKK 1,500. We are the first in Denmark to work with the combination of Shockwave and EMTT , where we see a higher effect than Shockwave alone. Find out about the possibility of a treatment package when you contact us.

At the first consultation, you can choose whether you only want the consultation, which costs DKK 1,500 (without treatment), and wait to plan your course or start right away.

The treatment and assessment of your problem is carried out by one of Denmark's leading experts in urological shockwave treatment, Michael Strøm, who is also a member of The International Society for Sexual Medicine.

We always perform a thorough ultrasound scan of the pelvic floor at the first treatment. We perform a high-quality ultrasound scan to measure the size of the prostate and check for inflammation, as well as a general examination of the pelvic muscles. In this way, we can help you to initiate the necessary and correct pelvic floor training. It also helps to ensure that we hit the precise structures when doing the treatment, as we can adjust the depth of the sound waves. We have the latest and most advanced scanning equipment in the clinic, with probes targeting superficial structures and vessels.

Recovery time for pelvic pain varies depending on the cause and severity of the pain and the treatment method chosen. Mild pelvic pain can often resolve itself within a few weeks with proper rest, pain relief and self-care. For more complex cases, where the cause of the pain is related to chronic conditions or injuries, it may take longer to achieve complete pain relief and recovery. An individualized treatment plan, including exercises, shockwave, emt, physiotherapy and other treatments, may be necessary to promote the healing process and rebuild strength and mobility in the pelvic area. It's important to be patient and follow the recommended treatment plan and follow up with a doctor or specialist to monitor progress and adjust treatment if necessary.

Pelvic pain in men can have a variety of causes, and it's important to identify the underlying cause in order to develop an appropriate treatment plan. Some of the possible causes include muscle tension and strain, inflammation in the pelvic area, infections such as prostate infection, prostate problems such as prostate enlargement or prostate inflammation, pelvic loosening, pelvic fracture or other injuries to the pelvic area.

There are certain risk factors that can increase the likelihood of developing pelvic pain in men. These include heavy physical labor, repetitive movements, poor posture, overweight or obesity, inactive lifestyle with lack of regular exercise, previous injuries or trauma to the pelvic area, as well as certain medical conditions such as inflammatory bowel disease or prostate-related issues. Identifying these risk factors can help develop a more targeted approach to the treatment and prevention of pelvic pain.

Although mild pelvic pain can relieve itself with rest and home treatment, it's always a good idea to seek medical attention if the pain is severe, persistent or worsens over time. A doctor or specialist will be able to evaluate your condition, make an accurate diagnosis and recommend the most appropriate treatment. It may be necessary to have additional tests performed, such as blood tests or imaging studies like X-rays, ultrasound, MRI or CT scans, to determine the cause of the pelvic pain.

Preventing pelvic pain can include a number of measures. Regular exercise, including core strength training, can be beneficial for maintaining strong muscles around the pelvis and supporting proper posture and movement. For heavy physical work or repetitive movements, it is important to use correct lifting techniques and ergonomic aids to avoid overloading the pelvic area. Maintaining a healthy body weight through healthy eating and regular exercise can also help reduce the risk of pelvic pain.

Yes, in some cases, pelvic pain in men can affect sexual function. The pain and discomfort in the pelvic area can lead to decreased libido (sexual desire) and can interfere with erection or ejaculation. Pelvic issues can also lead to general discomfort during sexual activity. It's important to discuss any sexual concerns with a doctor or specialist, as there may be treatment options available to relieve pelvic pain and improve sexual function.

Relief from pelvic pain can be achieved through various methods and treatments. First and foremost, rest can be beneficial to give the body time to heal. Applying heat or cold packs can also help reduce pain and inflammation in the pelvic area. Painkillers, such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), can relieve the pain temporarily.

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