Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia invitation Join us in Adelaide on 24-25 March Are you a health professional with an interest in improving the effectiveness of the care you provide to girls, women and men with pelvic pain? Join us [...]
Please, participate in this survey. Your personal experience makes a huge difference to research. This study is being conducted by Dr Vince Polito at Macquarie University and Professor Lorimer Moseley at the University of South Australia. If you have any [...]
Learn about chronic pelvic, sexual and genital pain, and integrative treatments. Presentations by doctors, physical therapists, counselors,health and wellness experts and patient advocates. *New this year: Afternoon break-out sessions for patients and caregivers. Register early as space is limited! Date [...]
Full agenda and topics available at www.bridgeforpelvicpain.org Sat, Jul 16 at 8:00 AM, Colorado Springs, CO, United States This seminar will be an immersion in learning about chronic pelvic pain from diagnosis and treatment to the patient perspective encompassing a [...]
We offer health professionals a unique opportunity to update their knowledge and skills and to effectively transfer them into their clinical practice setting.
Interactions Between Injured Workers and Insurers in Workers’ Compensation Systems: A Systematic Review of Qualitative Research Literature.
Most research on the effects of compensation has concentrated on examining outcomes rather than considering the compensation process itself... The majority of interactions were negative and resulted in considerable psychosocial consequences for injured workers
(Excerpt and bookings pudendalassociation.org) Pudendal Neuralgia Conference A LIVE CME ACTIVITY FOR PHYSICIANS Saturday September 27, 2014 7:30 AM-5:30 PM The Conference Center at Waltham Woods, Waltham, MA 8 credits, Category 1
the PELVIC PAIN report “Pelvic pain, while common, is often a hidden burden to the lives of many women. With emerging national and international knowledge about pain and the heavy toll it poses on individuals and society, it is timely [...]
The condition and existing barriers to management and practice My understanding of a 'syndrome' is that it seems to remain myth-like until serious research is undertaken and repeatedly produces the same findings in many patients. The Research for Pudendal Neuralgia is minimal worldwide, almost non-existent in Australia. Although specialists and therapists are documenting their work Pudendal Neuralgia can't seem to penetrate its existence in Western Medicine's Bible, and so it is unrecognised, misunderstood or ignored. So when my physiotherapist at The Women's Hospital mentioned Alesha Sayner and I heard she was compiling a presentation for her Masters specifically about Pudendal Neuralgia, I jumped at the opportunity to hand over all my experience knowing this is exactly what the issue desperately needed. I was even more enthusiastic that Alesha was interested in documenting WorkCover's understanding (not) and treatment (not) for injured worker's with the issue. Thank you Alesha Sayner and The Women's Hospital for this huge first step, so crucial to Australian sufferers of Pudendal Neuralgia, such therapy for me too!
The Top 10 Things You Don't Know About Pain (well, perhaps for those not living with pain). I'd say a chronic pain sufferer would be able to mouth them off in a jiffy!).