A New Solution to Chronic Pelvic Pain and Disturbances of Bladder, Bowel, Gynecologic and Sexual Function That Accompany It.
James E. Browning, D.C.
Dr. Browning presents the symptoms, examination findings, conservative treatment and outcome expectations for patients suffering with chronic pelvic pain issues. To read a case report from his book, please read Case Report #71 (April 2009) published at www.coxtechnic.com/casereports.asp.
This book - details the clinical manifestations and symptomatic presentation of the mechanically induced PPOD syndrome patient, - describes the common underlying casue of the wide range of seemingly unrelated symptoms of pelvic pain and accompanying disturbances of bladder, bowel, gynecologic and sexual dysfunction that routinely defy diagnostic explanation, - discusses why the condition is almost universally unrecognized and routinely misdiagnosed, - explains why symptomatic medical and surgical treatmentis routinely ineffective at resolving the various complaints associated with this disorder, - presents real life examples and case reports of patients who have found relief after enduring longterm severe suffering and disability as a result of effects of this disorder, - describes time tested procedures that have been found to be reliable and effective at diagnosing and treating the various forms of the mechanically induced pelvic pain and organic dysfunction syndrome, and - outlines recommendations for identifying a local doctor who can apply the protocols to establish the proper diagnosis and provides appropriate treatment to effectively resolve and manage the mechanically induced pelvic pain and organic dysfunction syndrome.
"[Dr. Browning] presents a premise and concept that chiropractic spinal adjusting offers relief of chronic pelvic pain and the disturbances of urinary bladder, bowel, gynecologic and sexual dysfunction that accompany it. It is a bold and needed direction for the chiropractic profession to bring forth these axioms for two reasons. First is the potential relief for suffering people, and second is increased awareness and study by members of the healing arts for broader use and application of this concept." - James M. Cox, DC, DACBR, in the Foreward