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A Headache in the Pelvis: A New Understanding and Treatment for Prostatitis and Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndromes, 4th Edition ebook

by David Wise,Rodney Anderson


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A Headache in the Pelvis book. It This groundbreaking book describes the Stanford Protocol for pelvic pain in men and women, a new and revolutionary treatment developed at Stanford University.

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Book Synopsis : The top-selling book about pelvic pain offering the gold-standard nondrug nonsurgical Wise-Anderson protocol for treating chronic pelvic pain. A Headache in the Pelvis.

David Thomas Wise, Rodney U Anderson. Female chronic pelvic pain in Denmark: Prevalence and associated socio-demographic and clinical related factors with a specific focus on pelvic floor muscle dysfunction. کتابخانه دیجیتال جندی شاپور اهواز. View PDF. Save to Library. Poul Jaszczak, Hanne F. Skall.

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Автор: Wise David, Anderson Rodney Название: A Headache in the Pelvis: The Wise-Anderson Protocol . It goes by the names of pelvic floor dysfunction and prostatitis, among others. Its causes are hard to pinpoint, so it is often left untreated despite causing excruciating pain.

It goes by the names of pelvic floor dysfunction and prostatitis, among others.

Rodney Anderson and David Wise’s work at Stanford University Medical Center. A Headache in the Pelvis is a lamp in the dark human suffering of chronic pelvic pain. This book is a precious document that will help many people

Rodney Anderson and David Wise’s work at Stanford University Medical Center. Erik Peper, PhD Professor Institute of Holistic Health Studies San Francisco State University. this book has changed the way I think about pelvic pain. This book is a precious document that will help many people. Robert Blum, MD Former Chief, Department of Neurosurgery Marin General Hospital Marin County, California. this book needs to be read and re-read. I highly recommend this book to colleagues, clients and friends all the time.

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This groundbreaking book describes the Stanford Protocol for pelvic pain in men and women, a new and revolutionary treatment developed at Stanford University. The 4th edition enlarges the scope of the book to specifically address the Stanford Protocol for womenÕs pelvic pain and includes a large illustrated section on the method of pelvic floor trigger point release. It also includes details of Paradoxical Relaxation for conditions of pelvic pain that affect women.
Funky
This book basically says "our clinic is the only one who can help your pelvic pain". Towards the end, it does have descriptions of various external and internal point that can be used to treat pelvic pain.
Helldor
I started reading this book, looking for my situation. I didn't find it, but the mind-body connection they wrote about rang a bell with me; I had been having sometimes excruciating pelvic (actually penile[in the corona]) pain; I had already taken a class that hoped to relieve pain via resolving past traumas using intensive short term therapy to rescript traumatic outcomes and role play the preferred outcome. The thinking is that this breaks the pain/fear brain-body neurological feedback loop that keeps the pain present. That was taking some time and the book was taking more time. I visited a local "clinical hypnotherapist" who works in pain management with cancer patients at a local hospital. I was willing to give it a try. After one visit, ONE VISIT, my pain was reduced by 80-90%. I practiced self-hypnosis several times per day for 2-3 minutes and listened to a custom-made CD that the hypnotherapist made during our first visit. At the second visit 3 weeks later I told her what I didn't like about the CD and made suggestions. She cut a second CD that I listen to as I fall asleep every night. I practice self-hypnosis 2-3 times a day. My pain is not erased but it is much reduced. I had been struggling for 30 years with this pain and I am grateful and impressed by the sudden and profound results of working with a hypnotherapist. She told me to come back only if I needed to.
Unsoo
For readers interested in actual practical exercises, i recommend looking up the book Ending Male Pelvic Pain by Isa Herrera.
Samuhn
My son read this book in four days. It was a God sent for him. He had been suffering from most of the symptoms explained in the book. It gave him hope that he could be free of the pain and healthy
Qudanilyr
This book does explain referred pain which is so confusing! It explained a lot about my symptoms, and how it takes a complete regime and behavior modification to live with this syndrome. Thank you for the information to live a better life.
Steel_Blade
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 health. This book has been a godsend. For now I understand what causes, and how to treat my pelvic pain. That is a huge revelation.

About a year ago, I went to a urologist, 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 filled 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 book.

I 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 techniques that, as far as I can tell, DO require supervision for safety and best results.

My only criticism of the book lies in the area of presentation. Dr. 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 downright clunky. I found the chapter on Paradoxical Relaxation particularly awkward.

But 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 conditions.

June 21, 2011 addendum: I no longer have any pelvic pain. It went away pretty quickly 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 what is taught in this book.
Murn
The problem is that most of the book is focused on pretending you have no pain,when it is very real. All of these quotes from people about relaxation fill this book. I have pelvic tension myalgia and closing my eyes and focusing on my pain going away or it not being there is a little difficult, especially when you have to go to work everyday and have other physical problems, like constipation that can come along with this horrible condition. I can tell where the writers credentials lie. The first 50 percent of this book is about perceiving the pain away. I would be interested to see if anyone has truly had success with this or not.I'm not saying our brain has nothing to do with how we respond to pain. I was just expecting this book to be more of a physical therapist approach to physically fixing my pain and not more than half about thinking the pain away. I was a little disappointed and still have pelvic pain and constipation ibs that came along with it. I am seeing a physical therapist now and I hope that we can physically treat this horrible condition. My heart goes out to anyone who has the condition. I know the author is smart and realy wants to help, but over half of the book shouldn't be about paradoxical relaxation in my opinion. It should be about how to physically get rid of our problem. I am thinking about getting the wand though for at home treatment. Achieving a state of relaxation can be important to anyone for all kinds of reasons, but it is just a bandaid on a gaping wound that isn't healing,when it comes to physical pain from a very real physical injury.
I must read for anyone that thinks they may have pelvic issues. This will give you more answers than any doctor out there will. Helped me tons! Am well on my way to recovery, in big part to this book.
A Headache in the Pelvis: A New Understanding and Treatment for Prostatitis and Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndromes, 4th Edition ebook
Author:
David Wise,Rodney Anderson
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National Center for Pelvic Pain; 4th edition (March 15, 2007)
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