The guide to optimizing recovery after prostate cancer surgery was written by Sam Hughes to cover the need of more information on how to best manage side effects of prostate cancer surgery. This guide has been recommended by various health care practitioners/ surgeons and pelvic health physiotherapists as a must read before or after prostate cancer surgery.
Over the years, I have helped over 2,000 individual with pelvic health related problems, making them less stressed, more productive, and most definitely a little happier. I am humbled by the great feedback I received throughout my career, as it validades my mission of improving people's quality of life, health and well-being.
Sam has taken the time for me to develop trust, encourages me to be part of my treatment plan, and continues to display a weath of knowlegde. And without hands on/ invasive treatment (as I have history of sexual trauma and PTSD), I have noticed improvements - not just physically but mentally. I highly recommend Sam Hughes if you are in need of pelvic floor physiotherapy. She is not just knows what she is doing, but she is also kind, compassionate and has a good sense of humour.
I have been struggling with vulvodynia since I was a teen. For years, I had no idea what to do with the constant pain, irritation and burning sensation accompanied by an uncomfortable feeling in my hip/pelvis.
Sam kindly introduced to me to her field of expertise, and treated this sensitive issue with utmost professionalism and compassion.
For many years, Sam has been an invaluable resource for both my female and male patients. Whether the problem is pelvic pain, stress incontinence or pre/post prostatectomy care, Sam has the knowledge and experience to help manage these problems.
I highly recommend Sam as a pelvic health physiotherapist.
Sam Hughes is a licensed physiotherapist, holistic pelvic health practitioner and an educator. Her approach to healing is to address all the independent parts that can affect pelvic health (emotional, physical or psychological).