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A Biopsychosocial Approach to Vulvodynia
March 19, 2018
Throughout my years of practice I’ve treated many women with vulvodynia. I’ve noticed that it’s rare for women to return to 100% solely with physical therapy treatment; even though their musculoskeletal impairments may have returned to normal, some women continue to feel pain. In my experience, it takes a team of practitioners to treat vulvodynia, such as a physician who specializes in vulvar pain, a pelvic floor physical therapist, and a psychologist.
2017 Meeting Videos Now Available
The Video presentations from the 2017 IPPS Annual Meeting/3rd World Congress of Abdominal and Pelvic Pain held in Washington DC are now available online for member access.
Posted: January 22, 2018
Chronic Pelvic Pain Management in Women: An Integrative Approach
Two weeks ago, PAINWeek 2017 took place in Las Vegas, Nevada. Kathryn Witzeman, MD, FACOG, gave a presentation focusing on integrative modalities for the treatment of female chronic pelvic pain. During her presentation, Dr. Witzeman discussed a wide range of integrative modalities. To learn more about Dr. Witzeman's talk, please view the Clinical Pain Advisor's conference coverage.
Posted: September 8, 2017
IPPS' mission is focused on optimizing the diagnosis and treatment of patients suffering from chronic pelvic pain, and serving as an educational resource for health care professionals...
The IPPS is committed to helping patients understand the development, evaluation, and treatment of pelvic pain syndromes. We strive to connect suffering patients with knowledgeable medical providers and reliable resources. We are here to help.
As leading experts in the field of pelvic pain, we offer high-quality information to improve the evaluation and treatment skills of those treating pelvic pain. We also help educate those who would like to start treating pelvic pain. The IPPS provides a place where professionals of all levels can connect with colleagues who are committed to the field of pelvic pain.
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