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The Role of Digestion and Nourishment in Pelvic Pain This week’s blog post is written by Jessica Drummond, MPT, CCN, CHC, Founder and CEO, of The Integrative Pelvic Health Institute. The IPPS is honored to have Jessica as a speaker our annual conference in San Diego, October 22-25, 2015, on the important topic “The Role of Digestion and Nourishment in Pelvic Pain”. Here is a glimpse of the range of topics she will cover in her lecture.

Neurological Considerations and Direct Experiences of the Mind/Body Connection I was working as a physical therapist specializing in the rehabilitation of adults with neurological disorders when chronic pelvic pain pulled me out of my regular life.

A Message from IPPS Scientific Program Chair Sarah Fox, MD Scientific Program Chair Sarah Fox gives an overview of the upcoming IPPS Annual Meeting.

OUR GOAL for 2014: Raise $12,000 +
HOW: Your Donation, Our Silent Auction, and Our Cocktail Party: Petterino’s, Oct 24 th, 2014 in Chicago.

Do Oral Contraceptive Pills Cause Vulvodynia? Time to Finally End the Controversy. The debate about the role of oral contraceptive pills (OCPs) in vulvodynia has been underway for almost two decades.

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