A Headache in the Pelvis (häftad)
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A Headache in the Pelvis (häftad)

A Headache in the Pelvis

The Definitive Guide to Understanding and Treating Chronic Pelvic Pain

Häftad Engelska, 2018-05-22
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'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.' Psychologist David Wise lived for 22 years with agonising chronic pelvic pain (also known as prostatitis/CPPS). There was seemingly no cure, until he began to make the connection between his anxiety and his physical pain. He enlisted renowned NeuroUrologist Dr Rodney Anderson from Stanford University to develop a revolutionary new method for muscle relaxation. Amazingly, a third of their patients were able to stop taking drugs within six months of beginning their new daily, holistic muscle relaxation treatment. Sufferers of chronic pelvic pain are living a life of quiet desperation. For the first time, there is a solution that is helping patients empower themselves in their own healing and gain control over their chronic pain. Patients and medical practitioners across the US and UK have called this method 'life-changing'. This audiobook is for patients who have tried everything to cure themselves of chronic pelvic pain and for the clinicians who want to work with their patients towards a long-term solution.
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Dr Wise is a licensed psychologist who spent 8 years in Stanford University's Department of Urology as a Visiting Research Scholar developing a new treatment for chronic pelvic pain syndromes. His discoveries cured him from 20 years of chronic prostatitis/CPPS. Dr Anderson is Professor of Urology (Emeritus-active) at Stanford University School of Medicine, specialising in NeuroUrology and Female Urology. He remains actively engaged in clinical research at Stanford on the Wise-Anderson Protocol.