Highlights Male Incontinence Treatment After Prostate Surgery in Recognition of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

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Prostate Cancer Awareness Month is a great time to emphasize the potential side effect of male incontinence after prostate surgery. offers an exercise program that should be used as the protocol for men undergoing prostatectomy to assist them in recovering their bladder control as soon as possible.

Exercise Program for Male Bladder Control

As the number of prostate gland removal surgeries increases, so does the number of those suffering from male urinary incontinence requiring a pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation program.

Prostate cancer awareness has certainly increased significantly over the last several years. However it is also important for society to be aware of the potential side effects generated by prostate gland removal surgery (prostatectomy). One of the biggest concerns for men is loss of their bladder control (male urinary incontinence). This is why Dr. Daniel Kirages, one of the nation’s leading physical therapy experts in male continence recovery, announced the launch of, a website devoted to helping thousands of men with this concern. The main product featured on the site is a well-tested and very effective exercise program that can help men with their recovery of continence after a prostatectomy.

As one of the top health concerns for men considering or recovering from a prostatectomy, bladder control issues can now be addressed in new and effective ways. The Stop Your Drip! Exercise Program for Male Bladder Control is a 16-week pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation program, which includes:

  •      Pelvic Floor Muscle Awareness Training
  •      Pre-Surgery Program
  •      Post-Surgery Program – 5 progressive phases
  •      Maintenance Program

Included is a comprehensive manual, a video DVD program, a 65cm exercise ball, a ball pump and an exercise band. By explaining the condition, introducing the various exercise programs and demonstrating how the exercises are performed correctly, these men can now take an active role in improving a health concern that before may have seemed impossible to correct.

“As the number of prostate gland removal surgeries increases, so does the number of those suffering from male urinary incontinence. Most men wear diapers and just wait for several months until their bladder control returns, but current medical research tells us that an exercise program targeting the pelvic floor muscle below the bladder can help these men regain their control earlier,” said Kirages.

Rehabilitation following prostate gland or bladder surgery is a large part of the total process. Exercising the pelvic floor muscle helps restore bladder control as soon as possible. Diapers, clamps, devices, clips and basic Kegel exercises are not enough and many times are simply a band-aid for the problem.

“This Stop Your Drip! Exercise Program has taken some of the most beneficial ideas from medical research and compiled them into one fully loaded and effective exercise program. Not all men receive the advice or care they need to help them restore their bladder control after a prostatectomy. Stop Your Drip! is the much needed solution to fill this void in the rehabilitation community.”    

Dr. Kirages has been practicing as a physical therapist for several years. As a clinician, educator, researcher, and lecturer, he has worked with hundreds of men who suffer from urinary incontinence due to surgical procedures of the prostate gland or bladder. This has allowed him to understand what is necessary to improve their quality of life.

More information can be found at

About is the new online leader in male incontinence therapy. Led by renowned physical therapist, Dr. Daniel Kirages, who has helped hundreds of men with these types of health problems, the website offers a clinically proven method for addressing bladder control issues due to surgical removal of the prostate gland.

For more information, contact Dr. Daniel Kirages at info(at)stopyourdrip(dot)com.

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