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The Pelvic Messenger: Discussing Pelvic, Bladder, Bowel and Sexual Disorders


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Pelvic messenger, supported by the International Pelvic Pain Society and Beyond Basics Physical Therapy, is devoted to promote diagnoses, recovery, and success in treating Chronic Pelvic Pain (CPP) conditions in men, women and children. Furthermore, we are dedicated to improving patient and healthcare providers education on CPP. The managers, Amy Stein, DPT and Alexandra Milspaw, PhD want to accomplish this mission by discussing up to date topics and research on pelvic and sexual pain and dysfunction. Hosts: Alexandra Milspaw, PhD, Amy Stein, DPT, Alexandra Lange, DPT. Mission Statement: To provide educational talk radio shows on various chronic pelvic pain topics. In addition, we seek to provide hope and healing to individuals who suffer from pain related symptoms. We will be having shows on all the many diseases and syndromes, which can make up CPP. The show is a message of hope and healing. Stay posted to the International Pelvic Pain Society and Beyond Basics Physical Therapy blogs for bi-monthly guests and topics. We look forward to your calls and questions!

On-Demand Episodes

Diane is a UBC graduate in the field of rehabilitation medicine. She is a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy (CAMT), certified practitioner of intramuscular stimulation (Gunn IMS) and certified by the Canadian... more

Professor Aziz completed his undergraduate medical training in his native Pakistan in 1983. After this, he came to the United Kingdom for higher medical training. He started his research career at the University of Manchester and... more

Our guest is the esteemed Dr. Lorimer Moseley a pain scientist and physiotherapist. He has written 270 articles and six books, including Explain Pain (with David Butler) and Painful Yarns - the two highest selling pain books... more

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month. We will be talking about Endo and the role of social media in raising awareness and helping women access the best care armed with the best information. Join us for a conversation wtih Libby... more

As a Physical Therapist and Professional Yoga Therapist, Shelly Prosko is dedicated to bridging the gap between yoga and modern healthcare philosophies and believes this integration is highly effective in creating and sustaining... more

Dr. Goldstein is Director of Sexual Medicine at Alvarado Hospital, Clinical Professor of Surgery at University of California at San Diego and Director of San Diego Sexual Medicine where he maintains his clinical practice. He has... more

Dr. Joe Tatta is a doctor of physical therapy, board certified nutrition specialist and functional medicine practitioner who specializes in treating persistent pain and lifestyle-related musculoskeletal, metabolic and autoimmune health issues. His... more

Bradford W. Fenton, M.D., Ph.D. is in private practice as part of Independence Park medical services in Anchorage, Alaska. Previously he has been an Associate Professor at Northeast Ohio Medical University, an Adjunct and Ad-hoc professor... more

Please joins us for a conversation with Shelby Hadden, a documentary filmmaker. She will be discussing her film, Tightly Wound. About the Film: "It is estimated that 6% of those with vaginas will have vaginismus at some point in their... more

Leah Sol is a 26-year old speech-language pathologist living in New York City. In 2012 she began experiencing vaginal pain and started on a long journey towards finding the right treatment and moving towards recovery. While going through... more