Good question. If you are reading this page, then pelvic pain clearly matters to you. We offer the only educational webinar series for patients and HCP’s purely about pelvic pain matters. Each webinar aims to be engaging, thought provoking, inspiring, moving, personable, current and informative .All webinar participants will…
A broad and varied range of HCP’s treat pelvic pain, from Urologists to physiotherapists, Nutritionists, Pain experts, Acupuncturists CBT and NLP practitioners to name a few. Our aim is to bring experts – that’s you – and patients together under one complete webinar to push successful outcomes and recovery for pelvic pain sufferers. We want to change the future for pelvic pain patients
As a condition that impacts body and mind together, there is much to be gained from sessions where the experiences of both HCP’s and patients are shared, explored and brought together. For a short video explaining why HCP’s should sign up for the webinars
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Karl Monahan is a clinical therapist with 20 years’ experience in sports and advanced clinical massage. As a former sufferer of chronic pelvic pain, Karl has dedicated the past 10 years to the study and successful treatment of the condition. He is the founder of the Pelvic Pain Clinic, which is solely dedicated to the treatment of male pelvic pain.
David Lowe is a London-based writer and editor, currently working for a leading facilities management company. He suffered with chronic pelvic pain for eight years before growing disillusioned with conventional treatment. The management techniques he learned at the Pelvic Pain Clinic in London mean David now lives his life pain free.
Join our fourth Pelvic Pain Matters webinar featuring the highly-regarded pelvic pain expert and physiotherapist, Carolyn Vandyken, who will look at the treatment implications for Chronic Pelvic Pain (CPP) patients from findings in a ground-breaking, new patient study.
Carolyn will be joined by Melina Kelly from Curtin University, Perth, who was instrumental in developing and overseeing the study.
The study strongly suggests that that movement is key to pain reduction and how certain types of movement can change pain and tension in the pelvic region much more dramatically than stretching.
Join Carolyn to learn how novel, interesting movement strategies may be more effective at changing how we guard and hold tension in our pelvis, moving beyond stretching of tight muscles to a more effective CPP solution.
This webinar is for:
Why should pelvic pain patients attend?
Why should professionals attend?
The webinar will feature real-life stories of others who have overcome chronic pelvic pain. They will be discussing why talking about their pelvic pain was a key element in their recovery.
All participants will have a chance to pose questions to Carolyn and the panel in the live Q&A session at the end of the webinar.
If you are unable to attend the live event – don’t worry. Simply buy your ticket and we will send you a recording of the session. You will not miss out!
For tickets click here as always there is over 40% OFF for patients, their loved ones and family members
“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.