Why Does Pudendal Neuralgia Come and Go?

Why Does Pudendal Neuralgia Come and Go?

According to the Global Library of Women’s Medicine, 1% of the population experiences Pudendal Neuralgia and 4% of chronic pelvic pain is due to Pudendal Neuralgia. In order to understand why pudendal neuralgia comes and goes, we need to first understand where...
Pudendal Nerve Blocks: Are They Safe?

Pudendal Nerve Blocks: Are They Safe?

Where is the Pudendal Nerve? As found in my blog, How to Diagnose and Treat Pudendal Neuralgia, “The Pudendal nerve is the lower section of a series of nerves that comes from the lower back and sacrum called the Sacral Plexus. ¬†The Pudendal nerve comes out of...
Is Pelvic Floor Therapy Covered By Insurance?

Is Pelvic Floor Therapy Covered By Insurance?

Pelvic floor dysfunction is on the rise and there is a shortage of providers to treat it. One of the questions most patients have is if the treatment for pelvic floor dysfunction is covered by insurance. The issue for the providers is that when accepting insurance...
How Is Pelvic Floor Therapy Done?

How Is Pelvic Floor Therapy Done?

The thought of pelvic floor therapy may make you nervous, especially if you are a man and are told you need pelvic floor therapy done. To put your mind at rest, let me tell you that pelvic floor therapy does not have to include internal manual work; in fact, in almost...
Does Pelvic Floor Therapy Hurt?

Does Pelvic Floor Therapy Hurt?

Do you have pelvic floor dysfunction and have been searching for treatment options? Maybe you’ve come across internal manual therapy are wondering, does pelvic floor therapy hurt? Do know that Pelvic floor therapy should never involve just internal manual work...