Wise-Anderson Protocol in Treating the Self-Feeding Cycle of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

The developers of the Wise-Anderson Protocol for pelvic pain have observed that pelvic floor dysfunction has been resistant to medical treatment because of what the authors of the 6th edition of A Headache in the Pelvis called the tension-anxiety-pain-protective guarding cycle. This is a cycle in which chronic tension in the pelvic muscles–typically the result…

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Wise-Anderson Protocol and the Role of Chronic Nervous System Arousal in Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

One of the major insights of the Wise-Anderson Protocol for the treatment of pelvic pain in pelvic floor dysfunction is that chronic autonomic nervous system arousal triggers a ongoing painful contraction of the muscles in and around the pelvis. This insight is reflected in the Wise-Anderson Protocol’s strong focus on training patients with pelvic pain…

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Wise-Anderson Protocol Explains the Enigma of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Patients who have chosen to be trained in the Wise-Anderson Protocol have typically exhausted all conventional treatment methods for their chronic pain and dysfunction of what is sometimes called pelvic floor dysfunction. They often live in quiet desperation with a significantly reduced quality of life. Those who have come for training in the Wise-Anderson Protocol…

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