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Pudendal Neuralgia Series 1: Interdisciplinary Conversations from IPPS 2015

In Female Pudendal Neuralgia, Male Pudendal Neuralgia by Stephanie Prendergast7 Comments

  By Stephanie Prendergast   Pudendal Neuralgia seems to be a diagnosis that is more polarized and controversial than other pelvic pain diagnoses. Why? Over a series of posts we will look at the evolution of this diagnosis, and why we need the perspective of a pelvic floor physical therapist, pain management specialist Dr. Sheldon Jordan, and gynecologist/pelvic pain specialist/pudendal …

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A Second Look at Pudendal Neuralgia.

In Female Interstitial Cystitis / Painful Bladder Syndrome, Male Pudendal Neuralgia, Post-Surgical Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation by Stephanie Prendergast37 Comments

  By Stephanie Prendergast I treated my first patient with Pudendal Neuralgia in 2002. As a young, excitable pelvic floor physical therapist, I was on a mission to help people suffering from pelvic pain and thought it would be just like what they said in PT school: stretch, strengthen, achieve goals, discharge. So when my patient began treatment for PN, …

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The Role of Physical Therapy in Treating Pudendal Neuralgia

In Female Pudendal Neuralgia, Male Pudendal Neuralgia, Post-Surgical Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation by Stephanie Prendergast150 Comments

Part II in the “Demystifying Pudendal Neuralgia” Series After Thanksgiving we will be publishing the third blog in our pudendal neuralgia series that will focus on the pudendal nerve entrapment diagnosis and the decompression surgery that’s associated with it. For this post, we have interviewed the two top surgeons in the country that perform the aforementioned surgery, Dr. Michael Hibner …

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How do I know if I have Pudendal Neuralgia or Pudendal Nerve Entrapment?

In Female Pudendal Neuralgia, Male Pudendal Neuralgia by Stephanie Prendergast515 Comments

After Thanksgiving we will be publishing the third blog in our pudendal neuralgia series that will focus on the pudendal nerve entrapment diagnosis and the decompression surgery that’s associated with it. For this post, we have interviewed the two top surgeons in the country that perform the aforementioned surgery, Dr. Michael Hibner and Dr. Mark Conway. Stay tuned for this …