A Headache In The Pelvis: A Best Selling Book to Stop Pelvic Pain Now
After years of suffering with chronic pelvic pain, California psychologist Dr. David Wise was able to stop his own pelvic pain using a protocol that years later has become a cutting edge model for the treatment of muscle based pelvic pain. This is a treatment that uses no drugs or surgery.
One of the insights of the protocol that came out of Dr. Wise’s own self treatment was that most cases of what is commonly diagnosed as prostatitis is not caused by infection or prostate pathology but by a chronic contraction of the muscles of the pelvic floor. This chronic contraction or spasm of the muscles of the pelvic floor comes to have a life of its own as it triggers a self-feeding cycle of tension, anxiety, pain, and protective guarding.
The Wise-Anderson Protocol
Dr. David Wise met with Dr. Rodney Anderson, a neurourologist at Stanford University School of Medicine in the mid 1990s. David Wise, PhD, worked as a visiting research scholar alongside Dr. Anderson where they developed the Wise-Anderson Protocol outlined in A Headache in the Pelvis.
Also known as the Stanford Protocol, the Wise-Anderson Protocol has helped a certain group men and women suffering from a variety of diagnoses, including prostatitis, levator ani syndrome, pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic floor myalgia, dyspareunia, chronic pelvic pain interstitial cycstitis, urethral syndrome, painful bladder syndrome, and other chronic pelvic pain syndromes.
A Headache In The Pelvis
Dr. David Wise and Dr. Rodney Anderson published A Headache in the Pelvis which is currently in its 6th edition in 2003. The research from the collaboration of Dr. Wise, Dr. Anderson and Tim Sawyer has been presented in a number of research studies in the Journal of Urology. Describing the Wise-Anderson Protocol in detail, A Headache in the Pelvis explains the new understanding of pelvic pain in simple terms for the sufferer of pelvic pain.
The Wise-Anderson Protocol is offered in a six-day comprehensive immersion clinic in northern California and is based on the treatment described in A Headache in the Pelvis in Sonoma. Patients who attend the clinic often come from around the world. They typically found the Wise Anderson protocol after reading A Headache in the Pelvis.
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