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Visceral Pain: Notes from #IPPS2018

In Pelvic Pain by Julia Zaitsev3 Comments

By: Julia Zaitsev Asking patients about pain is a major component of an initial evaluation as well as with follow-up treatments. Monitoring changes in pain behavior, the intensity and the location can help gauge treatment success and progress. However, not a lot of people are aware of a major source of pain which is visceral pain. Kevin Hellman, PhD from …

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Abdominal Wall and Hernia Pain

In Pelvic Pain by Elizabeth Akincilar-Rummer1 Comment

By: Elizabeth Akincilar   For some of you reading this, October conjures images of autumn leaves, Halloween, and pumpkin spiced…everything. For me, there’s one additional thing that I associate with October. The Annual International Pelvic Pain Society Scientific Meeting. Every October, for the past 13 years, I’ve attended and participated in this meeting. This year, I was pleased to see …