On "Heal Pelvic Pain," by Amy Stein

Amy Stein, MPT, BCB-PMD is a long-time friend of Herman & Wallace.? As the founder of Beyond Basics Physical Therapy, in NY, has been working in pelvic rehabilitation for more than ten years.? Amy Stein?s work outside of the clinic has made her a pioneer in the field.? She co-founded Alliance for Pelvic Pain, an educational retreat for patients, as well as penned several books on pelvic pain and dysfunction.? Her most recent book, Heal Pelvic Pain, is a significant resource for patients and practitioners suffering from or interested in pelvic pain and dysfunction.

Heal Pelvic Pain

By: Amy Stein

Heal Pelvic Pain describes the many types of pelvic pain and pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD). ?It also encourages an array of treatments that blend exercise, massage, nutrition, and other self-care practices in lieu of surgery.? There is a need for a broader discussion of pelvic pain, its prevalence, and alternative treatment options.? Heal Pelvic Pain does just that.

For patients and practitioners, Stein?s book clearly articulates many different types of PFD as well as encourages natural healing.? Furthermore, its accessibility allows anyone to understand the consequences of untreated pain or dysfunction.

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