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Heal Pelvic Pain: The Proven Stretching, Strengthening, and Nutrition Program for Relieving Pain, Incontinence,& I.B.S, and Other Symptoms Without Surgery (All Other Health) Paperback – August 27, 2008
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Amy Stein is the founder and premier practitioner of Beyond Basics Physical Therapy in New York City, specializing in pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic pain, and manual therapy for men, women, and children. A well-recognized expert in her field, she lectures nationwide and has been interviewed for NBC, the New York Daily News, and www.ourgyn.com. Amy is a contributor to the medical textbook Female Sexual Pain Disorders: Evaluation and Management, and she serves on the board of the International Pelvic Pain Society. She lives in New York City.
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Tense muscles in the upper thighs and below the hips tend to create distress in all the organs that are located in that area. Doctors don't know about the pelvic floor muscles. Most pelvic floor PT know about Amy Stein and approve her approach.
Many women with that same problem are diagnosed with all sorts of "syndromes" and treated with medications that are not necessary if the woman is able to do the stretches without pain. Amy Stein is a great woman and I wish I could tell her how much I am grateful for that book. I am happy again. I do the stretches since the early beginning of June and I know I still have to work hard, but I don't need any medication to be without pain. I won't fix what a my whole life did to my body in a month...I was suffering since 2012, was treated with hormones (doctors said it was menopause), treated with a drug for epilepsy (ending nerves pain) and another one wanted to prescribe a strong anti-depressant. Another doctor told me I had fibromyalgia...just that! I refused to believe that in 2015, the science had nothing more intelligent to suggest.
My problem was physical and I ended up finding out by myself with that book (pelvic muscles too tense; computer, bad postures and wrong physical exercises).
So, before to accept any kind of prescribed drugs, if you have similar symptoms; you might want to read that book and to give an hour a day (30 minutes of exercises morning and evening). If you have problems to do the exercises, consult a PT specialised in PFD. It is not cancer, it is muscular and physical. Thank you Amy Stein!