Dr. Susie Gronski

Podcast

Because life is better without pain in your pants

The In Your Pants podcast is an honest, open, and transparent conversation about those ‘oh so embarrassing’ and difficult topics that we only discuss behind closed doors. It's a show dedicated to debunking myths around pain, pelvic health, and sexuality. 

SqLogoedit01.png

click below to listen and get show notes 

Bringin' Sexy Back After Prostate Cancer

In today’s episode, we’re talkin’ all things prostate, how to lift your nuts to your guts and how to bring your sexy back after prostate cancer. Today’s guest comes to us all the way from the ‘down under’, Jo Milios is a men’s health physiotherapist and clinical researcher specializing in prostate cancer rehabilitation, pelvic floor dysfunction and pelvic pain. Her research covers quality of life issues following surgery for prostate cancer with a focus on erectile dysfunction and Peyronie's disease.

Most men shy away from talking about their private parts but yet the loss of sexual function after prostate cancer is the most devastating for them. Men’s health issues are generally a thing that most men and doctors don’t focus on. Not on this show my friends! In today’s conversation, Jo and I break down social stigmas around men’s health so that you feel comfortable to own your dangly bits.

 
shutterstock_332652797 copy.png
 

You’ll learn what it means to lift your nuts to your guts, why it’s important to sexercise after prostate cancer and what you can do to regain your sex life back after a prostatectomy.

And if you think your penis is shrinking, you’ll definitely wanna listen up ‘cause we talk about size (the most googled topic on the internet) and why having numbnuts isn’t so funny.

So cum on guys, get sexercising! 👇

Jo Milios pic.jpg

Be sure to connect with Jo on Twitter and visit her website. Check out her Prost! Exercise 4 Prostate Cancer Program where she provides professionally guided exercise training and support to men during prostate cancer treatment, so they can optimise their recovery.