Ly needed But I am trying to practice its #recommendations anyway This book is worth it just for the extensive info it provides and has potential to help #anyway This book is worth it just for the extensive info it provides and has potential to help To my knowledge this is the only book on the subject of chronic pelvic pain and after reading it I finally have a sense of hope for my condition In my situation symptoms having been getting worse over the past year not so bad that I ve been incapacitated but bad enough that I ve been concerned
For My Long Term my long term This book has been a godsend For now I nderstand what causes and how to treat my pelvic pain That is a huge revelationAbout a year ago I went to a rologist who after performing some tests stated my problem was simply stress However he provided no information on
HOW TO TREAT MY CURRENT SYMPTOMS THIS BOOK HAS to TREAT my current symptoms This book has that void and now I have sense of hope for the future And that is very important Time will tell if how much symptoms will improve I ve already had some abatement of my symptoms just since reading the bookI have to disagree with one reviewer who feels this book is merely an advertisement for their week long program in Northern California It s really just in the chapter on Trigger Point Release that the authors bang that drum and it s for good reason These are techniues that as Y The 4th edition enlarges the scope of the book to specifically address the Stanford Protocol for womenÕs pelvic pain and includes a large illustrated se. ,
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resultsMy only criticism of the book lies in the area of presentationonly criticism of the book lies in the area of presentation Wise and Dr Anderson are not writers and it shows The book desperately needs a competent editor it is littered with typos
and grammatical mistakes there s a even a grammatical mistake on the cover and some sentences are downrightgrammatical mistakes there s a even a grammatical mistake on the cover and some sentences are downright I found the chapter on Paradoxical Relaxation particularly awkwardBut don t throw out the baby with the bath water All in all this is a huge achievement in the research and treatment of assorted pelvic pain conditionsJune 21 2011 addendum I no longer have any pelvic pain It went away pretty ickly after reading the book I also recommend as supplementary material a program by Dr Howard Schubiner called Unlearn Your Pain a month long program About Mindbody Syndrome Aka TMS Which Is An Extension Of mindbody syndrome aka TMS which is an extension of is taught in this book Most of this book was just a way to sell their 6 day probably very exensive program called the Stanford ProtocolHowever I did get one tip from the book that helped a lot with my pain so I guess it was worthwhile Interesting concepts Mix of traditional orthopedic and psych Research evidence is missing but the approaches seem reasonable by explanation Steve P Physical Therapist. Ction on the method of pelvic floor trigger point release It also includes details of Paradoxical Relaxation for conditions of pelvic pain that affect wome. .
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pelvis syndrome good explanation and exercises If you suffer from this you need to get this book and a juicer and start cleaning your system with dark greens veggies and fruits which helps a lot as well An excellent resource for anyone who suffers with pain due to Pelvic Floor Disfunction I found this book to be very informative It is written in layman s terms so you don t have to be a medical professional to nderstand it PFD ischronic pelvis syndrome
A Syndrome That Effectssyndrome that effects of people worldwide many of whom are at their wits end as to what to do to find relief This book will help them nderstand what they have and what they can do to help themselves I would highly recommend it to anyone with PFD as well as their spousespartners or caregivers Thank you Only source of information about Headache in the Testicles I could find anywhere Solved a 14 year est how to solve my pain Urologist 4 of them had no answer A good read I m only half way thru the book but it has been very relevant to my situation It contains information about this problem than I have ever found anywhere else A little disappointing that the intro suggests that the book provides a self help solution but the material in the book says professional help is like. This groundbreaking book describes the Stanford Protocol for pelvic pain in men and women like. This groundbreaking book describes the Stanford Protocol for pelvic pain in men and women new and revolutionary treatment developed at Stanford Universit.