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Nobody Wants to Be Here: Pelvic Floor Therapy for Men

 Nobody wants to be here!!

Don’t worry. We won’t take it personally. 🫣🤣 Dr. Chad Woodard and Dr. Amanda Olson share similar experiences seeing patients for the first time and empathize on how hard it is to take that first step in pelvic health. 💜

We can help! Both Dr. Chad (@askdrchad) and Intimate Rose offer incredible resources to get started even if pelvic healthcare seems inaccessible at the moment.

Don’t settle for the pain. We see you and can help.

Watch this quick clip below or see the entire interview here. 






Rectal Dilators

Many find success using rectal dilators for constipation, fissures, fecal incontinence, complications from Crohn’s Disease/IBD, and painful anal intercourse. Those with anal stenosis or scar tissue following cancer treatment (chemotherapy, radiation, surgery) for anal, colon, ovarian, uterine, cervical, vulvar, and sometimes breast cancer also find treatment with a rectal dilator useful.Pelvic Wands


Pelvic Wands

Pelvic wands are often used superficially for perineal massage, introitus stretching, and to reach deeper pelvic floor muscles. They are an excellent option for anyone suffering from Endo/IC pain, tailbone pain, hypertonic muscles, or deep dyspareunia.


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Rectal and Vaginal Dilators Sizing and Usage

Introduction to Rectal Dilators from Intimate Rose