The Latest CPPS and Wise-Anderson Protocol Research

The Latest CPPS and Wise-Anderson Protocol Research

The following are excerpts and abstracts of publications regarding the latest CPPS and Wise-Anderson Protocol research:

The following is an abridged version. For the full version, see the link at the bottom.

Department of Urology, School of Medicine, Stanford University, Stanford, California.

PURPOSE: A combination of manual

Paradoxical Relaxation: Relieving a Painful Pelvic Floor
Paradoxical Relaxation relaxes the tension and shortened muscles within a painful pelvic floor.
This involves a daily practice of the cultivation of effortlessness in the presence of pain, anxiety, and tension.

Paradoxical Relaxation has two components: The first is a breathing technique used at the beginning of relaxation, a coordination of heart rate

The History of the Stanford Protocol and Wise-Anderson Protocol
The History of the Wise-Anderson Protocol & Prostatitis Symptoms 
The Wise-Anderson Protocol began with David Wise, PhD, a psychologist in California who had suffered from Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome for many years. He contacted several urologists, including Dr. Rodney Anderson, a professor of Urology at Stanford University School of Medicine and leading practitioner

Why Stress Triggers and Perpetuates Pelvic Pain Symptoms

Even slight amounts of stress can trigger pelvic pain symptoms.
Studies have shown that myofascial trigger points that are found in sore and painful muscles inside the pelvic floor are strongly affected by stress. Gevirtz and Hubbard did electromyographic monitored studies of the electrical activity of trigger points and their relationship

Why is there Confusion about Prostatitis Symptoms?

Why is there Confusion about Prostatitis Symptoms?
Most cases diagnosed as prostatitis are actually problems of chronically tightened muscles of the pelvis – not problems of the prostate gland.

While Pelvic Pain Help treats both men and women with pelvic pain, a large majority of men are diagnosed with prostatitis. Unfortunately, most