Penile Rehabilitation After
Prostate Surgery

Prevent complications after prostate surgery.
Early intervention is crucial.

Patients who undergo prostate surgery or significant prostate intervention are likely to experience erectile dysfunction, penis shortening and orgasmic dysfunction. With no treatment, some or all of the complications can be permanent.

Erectile dysfunction
Affects up to 87% of patients
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Penis shortening
Affects up to 71% of patients
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Orgasmic dysfunction Affects up to 77% of patients
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Patients who undergo penile rehabilitation are up to 3 times more likely to return to successful sexual function after prostate surgery.

At Pollock Clinics, our evidence-based treatments are designed to keep the blood flowing in your penis after your operation, protect your sexual function and grant you peace of mind.

Here’s what our patients have to say:

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Pollock Clinics Penile Rehabilitation

Penile Rehabilitation is like physiotherapy for your penis. It is a combination of medical and physical therapies designed to exercise your penis and help you maintain the sex life and penis size you had before.

Our treatments improve blood flow and oxygenation to the penis and help prevent penile fibrosis. We offer timely access to cutting-edge treatments difficult to find anywhere else.

Our Penile Rehab program includes:

  • Immediate access to effective treatments. No wait times, no referral required.
  • Our doctors’ personal cell phone numbers to grant you peace of mind
  • A multimodal treatment protocol to optimize your path to recovery
  • Regular in person assessments with your doctors and nurses to support your personalized recovery journey.
  • Over 25 years of medical and surgical experience treating 100,000+ patients

When Should You Start?

For patients who have not had prostate surgery and are awaiting their procedure:

As soon as your operation is scheduled, contact us immediately to discuss your treatment plan. 

For patients who already had prostate surgery or intervention:

Contact us as soon as possible so we can start treatment. It is never too late.

The sooner you start, the better your chances at recovery; however, even if years have passed, we can likely still help you.