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IPPS Conference: Must-read Nuggets from Saturday’s Session

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Saturday’s speakers had a tough act to follow after Friday’s sessions. At the end of the day, they proved they were more than up the task delivering a day of excellent discussions. Take a look at the nuggets that our PHRC team picked up during the day of interesting presentations. Liz listened to Dr. Arnold Advincula discuss the surgical management …

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October’s IPPS Conference Kicked off Today!

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ORLANDO, The 21st Annual International Pelvic Pain Society Conference kicked off today in Orlando, Florida at the Peabody hotel with the popular Basics Course. Topics covered at this year’s Basics Course include: “Evaluation and Treatment of Musculoskeletal Causes of CPP,” “Diagnosis and Treatment of Endometriosis and Other Utero-Ovarian Causes of CPP,” and “Psychological Aspects of Living with CC,” among many …

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Lorimer Moseley: Why He Did It in a Dress

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Lorimer Moseley is a brilliant clinical and research physiotherapist, an expert communicator, teacher, and writer…and he doesn’t look half bad in a dress. How do I know this odd fact about the Australian pain guru? I know it because he delivered his Sunday morning lecture at last weekend’s IPPS Conference in Chicago sporting a smart, little, blue and white plaid …

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2012 IPPS Annual Fall Meeting Kicks Off

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CHICAGO – Today officially kicked off the 2012 Annual Meeting of the International Pelvic Pain Society (IPPS). The conference is being held at the historic Palmer House Hilton in Chicago. The IPPS is an organization I’ve been proud to be a member of during my career treating pelvic pain. This year I had the privilege of serving as the scientific …