pelvic pain treatment

Our protocol has helped reduce symptoms
in the majority of our patients.

We offer treatment for prostatitis, and
chronic pelvic pain syndromes in both men and women.

In the latest Stanford study, the global response assessment revealed that 82% of our patients reported improvement (59% marked/moderate, 23% slight). Click to read published research.
Learn About Clinic

Are you experiencing any of these symptoms?

  • Urinary frequency
  • Sitting pain
  • Pain with or after sex
  • Genital pain
  • Reduced libido
  • Anal pain
  • Anxiety/depression
  • Doctors can't find anything wrong
  • No medications or surgeries have helped
  • Hot baths or heat help

 

 

All Symptoms

CONTACT FOR ELIGIBILITY & INFORMATION

 Information about eligibility and cost
 Research and articles on treatment

2014 SCHEDULE OF CLINICS

2014
January
16-21
March
6-11
April
10-15
May - June
29-3
July
17-22
August
14-19
September
25-30
November
6-11
December
4-9

Treatment Details

PROFESSOR ANDERSON VIDEO

Stanford Emeritus Professor Rodney Anderson discusses the Wise-Anderson Protocol for treatment of prostatitis and chronic pelvic pain syndromes. (Click lower right to enlarge video)

Read article about Wise-Anderson Protocol in the New York Times

 

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A Fix for Stress-Related Pelvic Pain
By DONALD G. McNEIL Jr.
Published: December 30, 2013

STANFORD, Calif. — An unorthodox device for treating pelvic pain was recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration, and its inventors say it could help legions of men in misery from what are misdiagnosed as prostate problems.

 

Read more on NYTimes website>>

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Order Books Today

"...has truly become the “Bible" for patients, both men and women, who suffer from pelvic floor muscle dysfunction."

 

Robert Moldwin, M.D.
Author, The Interstitial Cystitis Survival Guide


See all reviews of A Headache in the Pelvis and Paradoxical Relaxation

 

INTERNAL TRIGGER POINT WAND APPROVED BY FDA

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  • Published research shows that after six months of Wand use most patients showed significant reduction in internal trigger point sensitivity/pain
  • Internal trigger point release can be effectively done by patient 
  • The 6-month use of Wand in a clinical trial is associated with significant reduction in emotional distress, symptoms & medication use

Wand Information

READ PUBLISHED RESEARCH OF THE W-A PROTOCOL 

Journal of Urology 2011 - Success of 6 Day Intensive Program Wise-Anderson Protocol  (click here to read full article)

American Urological Association - Award for Internal Trigger Point Wand (click here to read full article)

Medscape 2010 - Report on improvement in symptoms of men with chronic prostatitis/pelvic pain (click here to read full article)

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