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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Wise-Anderson Protocol – Pelvic Pain Treatment Shown To Improve Sexual Function

The Wise-Anderson Protocol offers patients suffering from what is commonly diagnosed as prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome a protocol that has been shown to improve sexual function and increase overall quality of life. This method differs from the conventional treatment, which involves the use of antibiotics, alpha blockers, and/or anti-inflammatories as it involves neither drugs nor…

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Wise-Anderson Protocol – Study Shows Reduced Need for Medication in Pelvic Pain Patients

Patients who take medication for chronic pain rarely voluntarily stop taking their medications. However, a new study was published in the February 2015 issue of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback that shows a third of patients using the Wise-Anderson Protocol voluntarily were able to stop taking their medications for their pelvic pain symptoms after six months.…

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