A Headache in the Pelvis: A new treatment for chronic pelvic pain syndromes
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A Headache in the Pelvis: A new treatment for chronic pelvic pain syndromes

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This groundbreaking book describes the Wise-Anderson Protocol for muscle-related pelvic pain in men and women, a new and revolutionary treatment developed at Stanford University. The Wise-Anderson Protocol involves the treatment of muscle-related pelvic pain and dysfunction, variously diagnosed as prostatitis, chronic pelvic pain syndrome, pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic...more
Paperback, 532 pages
Published April 1st 2010 by National Center For Pelvic Pain (first published October 1st 2003)
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Mary
Dec 07, 2008 Mary rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Anyone with pelvic-related pain
Shelves: nonfiction, health
Of course, a non-fiction book dealing with a specific health problem is not going to be interesting for everyone. But what if it is YOUR health problem, that none of the dr's and specialists have been able to identify, let alone treat? And you are still dealing with life-altering pain, every. single. day?

Well, that is my case. I know that most people don't want to have frank medical conversations about what goes on in the pelvis (all the "private and forbidden" stuff is in there), but that is ex...more
Jon
I am not inclined to go into the specifity of the pelvic pain I've had since I was 17, now near 39 but the onset did stem from me rupturing a disc in my lower back while training for football. So there has always been a perplexing correlation between my lower back pain and pelvie pain, sometimes at the same time, but not always. For all of my late teens, all of my 20's and early 30's, I struggled with pelvic and nerve irritation off an on, mostly on. Even had my disc replaced in 2004, all to no...more
Rachel
i read/have this for work. i tend to recommend this book to my patients with chronic pelvic pain esp if i have them work on trigger points as part of their home program.
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