What You Should Know About Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
- People suffering from the pelvic pain are often given a variety of diagnoses and treatments depending on the specialist they see. This can be confusing both to patients and to doctors.
- Pelvic Floor Dysfunction is used to describe the inability of the pelvic muscles to either contract or relax normally, which leads to a variety of strange and debilitating symptoms.
- Drugs and surgery are typically not helpful for the symptoms of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction.
- The Wise-Anderson Protocol for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction is offered in a monthly six-day immersion clinic in California. A specific kind of physiotherapy and a pelvic muscle relaxation protocol (called Paradoxical Relaxation) are central parts of the protocol and are aimed at rehabilitation chronically tightened pelvic muscles and reducing anxiety related to this chronically contracted condition of the pelvic floor.
The Wise-Anderson Protocol for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction is a pioneering treatment that may help reduce symptoms in a majority of men and women diagnosed with Pelvic Floor Dysfunction. For more information about and facts about Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, as well as a list of symptoms, visit us online at Pelvic Pain Help. The purpose of our self-treatment is to help patients become free from having to seek additional professional help. For over a decade, research has documented our results of training patients with self-treatment.
NOTE: While it is our hope that these facts about Pelvic Floor Dysfunction are helpful, this information is not to be misconstrued as medical advice. This should be presented as general information about the disorder.