'I didn't know I had a pelvic floor and I had absolutely no idea that it plays a role in my complaints.' It is a frequently heard statement from men.
Often men with urinary complaints go to the general practitioner to end up with a pelvic physiotherapist via a urologist. Men are also often referred to a pelvic physiotherapist after surgery, for example prostate surgery or bowel surgery.
The pelvic physiotherapist also works via direct access physiotherapy (you do not need a referral). You can make an appointment yourself.