Thank you for joining me for this second presentation on the BioPsychoSocial approaches to treating male pelvic pain, including Prostatitis and CPPS. If you haven’t yet seen the first presentation you can find that here

If you have yet to view the second presentation you can find that here too

I hope you enjoyed the content. My aim was to spark conversation, curiosity and expand current practice and understanding. I would love to hear your comments and feedback. Please add these to the comments box below the video. Also, if you have a patient, friend, family member, therapist or anyone else you may feel would like the content please tag them in the comments box below the video

Don’t forget to join us on Thursday 21st December at 11am for the FB live presentation on Hard Flaccid

As promised I have included a number of resources and references in this prevention for patient and therapist alike. Please find a list of these below.


The Association of Abuse and Symptoms Suggestive of Chronic Prostatitis/Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome: Results from the Boston Area Community Health Survey  (Hu et al 2007)

SEXUAL PAIN DISORDERS: The Association between Sexual Function, Pain, and Psychological Adaptation of Men Diagnosed with Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome Type III (Aubin – 2008)

Assessing psychological factors, social aspects and psychiatric co-morbidity associated with Chronic Prostatitis/Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CP/CPPS) in men — A systematic review (Riegel 2014)

Diagnosis and treatment of Chronic Bacterial and Chronic Prostatitis/Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome : a Consensus Guideline (Rees et al 2014)

Placebo and the New Physiology of the Doctor-Patient Relationship (Benedetti 2013)

Using Clinical Outcomes to Explore the Theory of Expert Practice in Physical Therapy – (Resnik 2003)


Health Questionnaires

Pelvic Pain Perception Questionnaire 1

NIH CPPS Index Questionnaire pain_self_efficacy_questionnaire GAD7 Questionnaire Measures_PCS_Adult_English

GAD7 Questionnaire pain_self_efficacy_questionnaire




DIMs and SIMs

Here is the link to the article I wrote and the activity I ask my patients to complete.


Greg Lehmann Download

Here is the link to Greg’s workbook

Testimonials From Clients

“Having suffered with Pelvic Pain to the point where I had to be hospitalised for a number of nights. Karl has a great understanding and level of empathy with his patients. Appreciating exactly how they feel and what they are going through”

To read blog posts from my patients about their successful recovery from their chronic pelvic pain and chronic prostatitis experiences, in their own words click here


Please find below a sample of some of my patient testimonials from over the years. I have not included them ALL here. Instead I have picked a handful of those that demonstrate a wide range of my skill sets, outcomes and patient opinions. I would therefore hope that you are able to gauge how I approach my methods of treatment. If you have any questions regarding any of these comments below or would like to know more about my treatment please contact me here

My aim is to take every individual patient I see and treat them as individuals. If I am not achieving this then I believe I am letting down that patient. It is therefore imperative that my approach is bespoke and tailored. Failure to do so is likely to result in an unsuccessful outcome.

From those testimonials listed below I hope to give you a flavour of what you can expect if you come and see me as a patient.


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