By Rodney Anderson, MD and David Wise, PhD
The V Book
By Elizabeth Stewart, MD and Paula Spencer
By David Butler PT and Lorimer Moseley
Explain Pain Supercharged
By David Butler & Lorimer Moseley
Heal Pelvic Pain
By Amy Stein, MPT
Ending Female Pain
By Isa Herrera, PT
Ending Male Pelvic Pain
By Isa Herrera
By Eric Franklin
The Truth about Hormone Replacement Therapy
By The National Women’s Health Network
The Bathroom Key
By Kathryn Kassai and Kim Perelli
Mind Over Bladder: I never met a bathroom I didn’t like
By Jill Maura Rabin
by Leslie Howard
The Graded Motor Imagery Handbook
By David Butler, Lorimer Moseley et al.
By Lorimer Moseley
Why Pelvic Pain Hurts
By Adriaan Lowe, Sandy Hilton & Carolyn Vandyken
Why Do I Hurt?
By Adriaan Lowe
Janet A. Hulme, MA, PT
Audio CD’s for various illnesses and pain, here are a few for women’s health
Pelvic Health and Awareness for Women and Men
By Deborah Bowes
Wonderful videos with a Yoga emphasis made by my friend and colleague, Dustienne Miller PT, MS, WCS, CYT for 1) Relieving Pelvic Pain and 2) Optimizing Bladder Control
These are products I recommend, but it’s best to speak with me or your medical provider about their potential benefits prior to ordering.
Two great cushions for perineal pain, pudendal neuralgia, and vestibulitis
Soothing Products for the Vulva
*Always speak with your doctor or provider before using any of these products.
My patients ALWAYS ask, “What kind of heating pad is this?” It’s this one.
Three Female Perineal Support Braces
These are products to help support the perineum if suffering from varicosities or pelvic organ prolapse:
This one is used in non-pregnant situations
These two are used during pregnancy:
Pelvic Floor specialists recommend using water-based vaginal lubes FREE of parabans, glycerin, and other harmful chemicals. Many health food stores (eg, Whole Foods) and local food coops, stock lubes made from all-natural ingredients. They are often pricey.