This multi factorial condition affects every individual in a unique manner. The Pelvic Pain Clinic places great emphasis on understanding the multiple factors affecting a client suffering with CPPS and Prostatitis including Biological, Psychological and Sociological. With this in mind Karl uses a BioPsychoSocial approach in the treatment of all his patients

An extensive client consultation and assessment is necessary to understand the genesis of the condition and how best to treat the individual. Prior to your visit we will email you the ‘Client Intake Forms.’ These need to be filled in beforehand and emailed back prior to the initial Skype/telephone consultation. The subsequent treatment will be engineered on the information provided in the Intake Forms and discussions taking place during the initial consultation.

The emphasis of the treatment focuses on the following key areas. Each session is bespoke and individual to the patient and will carry greater weight to some of the following techniques:

  • Pain management and education
  • Therapeutic movement analysis and re-education
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Lifestyle adaptations
  • Internal assessment of the pelvic floor
  • Manual massage therapy
  • Trigger point therapy

The Pelvic Pain Clinic places great emphasis on the patient being the driver in their recovery. Because self-care is central to a patient’s full recovery, you will be provided with a bespoke home care programme. This allows you to take control of your symptoms from the comfort of your own home.

A multidisciplinary treatment approach may be advised to enhance recovery. Alongside his own highly successful approach to treating CPPS and Prostatitis Karl works with a team of men’s health therapists who specialise in  the following treatments – Acupuncture, Biomechanics, Micro-biology, Physiotherapy and Trauma recovery. To discuss these options and to find out what the best approach to your particular case may be please ask Karl for further details



The following pricing structure accommodates UK and Non UK patients. You will be fully supported throughout your recovery, the fee’s below include email, telephone and Skype support where necessary. You will receive an emailed report after each session outlining what was discussed in the session as well as bespoke after care advice specific to your recovery. I am here to help you get back on track, increase your quality of life and make you feel more ‘you’ again. Each follow up session will be approximately 4 weeks after the initial appointment to allow you time to implement the recommendations to reduce your symptoms. The majority of patients see a significant reduction in their symptoms within 3-4 treatments, with some patients getting complete relief within this period. Each session is based around setting realistic and achievable targets and goals. Placing great emphasis on self care encourages you, the patient to be the driver in your recovery:

UK Patients

Initial Skype or phone call – 30 minutes – £60.
Intake forms will be emailed to you in advance, these are to be filled in and emailed back prior to the call. The initial chat allows for preparation and tailoring of the hands on/face to face appointment. The chat also allows you to get any additional testing (if necessary) prior to our meeting

Hands on appointment – up to 100 minutes – £225
A full assessment (based on the initial chat) with subsequent treatment, tailored to you and your presenting case. You will also be provided with self care techniques allowing you to continue the treatment beyond the appointment, managing your symptoms and improving your chances of recovery

Follow up appointments – up to 70 minutes – £150
Reassessment and subsequent treatment based on findings. Any self care techniques provided in the previous session will be reassessed and adapted and/or expanded where appropriate

Non UK Patients

Skype call – from 30 – 60 minutes – from £60 – £120.
Intake forms will be emailed to you in advance, these are to be filled in and emailed back prior to the call. Once the forms have been emailed back we will be able to provide you with an idea of the duration of the Skype session. The sessions will cover symptom alleviation through graded exposure to activity, pain science and lifestyle changes and adaptations

Non UK patients appointment time is extended to allow for more ground to be covered as there is no face to face or physical assessment time


Any changes or cancellations to appointments must be made 24 hours in advance otherwise the full price of the treatment will be charged

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Common symptoms of  Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome and Prostatitis include pain in the following places;

  • Urethra (internal to the penis)
  • Tip of Penis
  • Base of Penis
  • Shaft of Penis (external to the penis)
  • Rectum
  • Inner thighs
  • Testicles
  • Perineum (surface discomfort)
  • Prostate (felt as pain higher than the perineum [deeper, internal pain])
  • Above the Pubic Bone (between the pubic bone and belly button)
  • Lower Back Pain
  • Pubic Bone
  • Increased urinary frequency
  • Increased nocturnal urinary frequency
  • Pain upon ejaculation
  • Erectile Dysfunction
Testimonials From Clients

“Having suffered with Pelvic Pain to the point where I had to be hospitalised for a number of nights, Karl has a great understanding and level of empathy with his patients, appreciating exactly how they feel and what they are going through”.

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