treatments in the algarve

pelvic & groin pain

Does your Pelvic Floor need Support?

It's that TIME of month!

Am I to expect this kind of pain every month for the rest of my life? It is normal I’ve been told but I am sure someone can help me to regain a better quality of life.

Is this the END of my sex-life?

It’s a worry to think that I may never have an erection again and enjoy sharing the lovemaking that we used to have before my prostate became a problem.

Will I RIDE my bike again?

The pain is so bad in my groin that the simple act of lifting my leg over the bike saddle stops me from going out with my friends for a bike ride.

‘Pelvic and groin pain can be devastating, preventing mothers from caring for their babies, preventing athletes from advancing in sports, and can leave otherwise healthy people unable to get out of bed without horrible pain and embarrassing symptoms. Whether you have sustained a sports injury, experienced difficulties since giving birth, or suffered another traumatic incident, it is vitally important to understand the role joint instability and ligament laxity play in worsening or complicating your situation. Pelvic floor dysfunction, ischial tuberosity pain, hamstring syndrome, vaginal pain, groin injuries, and other pelvic pain conditions can be resolved with prolotherapy

Symptoms caused with pelvic floor syndrome

  • Abdominal pain/fullness
  • Constipation
  • Difficulty initiating bowel movements
  • Difficulty initiating the urine stream
  • Frequent urination
  • Increased discomfort when sitting for long intervals
  • Pain with orgasm
  • Pain with vaginal penetration
  • Pelvic pressure or pain


  • Post-ejaculatory pain
  • Sensation of incomplete bladder emptying
  • Sensation of needing to urinate immediately after urinating
  • Severe fatigue
  • Severe pain or burning with urination or defecation
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Straining with urination
  • Testicular or penis pain
  • Vaginal pain