ortunately, the subject of pelvic pain and it’s treatments is evolving. And certainly this is not an exhaustive list. We do not claim to be experts in any one of the different pelvic floor areas of treatment. We are not physical therapists and yet we take pride in manufacturing and distributing a wonderful pelvic therapy tool used in some pelvic floor treatments as well as offering other useful products. However, working with this genre of health practitioners continually puts us in touch with pertinent information and resources. We will continue to list resources that we think will be helpful to offer information, support and comfort.
Many of the facebook groups are closed- and welcome new members. You do have to contact some of these groups to join. Many of these groups members include a wealth of physical therapists who have specialties in pelvic therapy.
Australian Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health Physiotherapy
Pudendal Neuralgia Hope
Men suffering from Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS)
Interstitial Cystitis Support
APTA (American Physical Therapy Association) - Section on Women’s Health
The Section on Women’s Health offers continuing education in Pelvic Floor subjects and treatments
Urology of Virginia
IPPS International Pelvic Pain Society
ISSWSH International Society for the Study of Women’s Health
The Pelvic Pain Clinic (UK):
The Pelvic Pain Clinic is a resource for patients, therapists and those with an interest in Male Pelvic Pain. Our aim is to educate and inform, to teach patients to become the drivers in their recovery not just a passenger.
Good blog sites:
Why Pelvic Pain Hurts
Written by physical therapists Adriaan Louw, Sandra Hilton and Carolyn Vandyken.
Sex Without Pain: A Self-Treatment Guide To The Sex Life You Deserve
Interstitial Cystitis Solution : A Holistic Plan for Healing Painful Symptoms, Resolving Bladder and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and Taking Back Your Life
A Headache in the Pelvis: A New Understanding and Treatment for Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndromes, New Expanded 6th Edition
David Wise Ph.D., Rodney Anderson M.D.
Pelvic Pain Explained: What Everyone Needs to Know
Stephanie A. Prendergast Elizabeth H. Rummer