The list of websites below is not meant to be exhaustive, but they are each reliable sources of information and support.
- PopUp Lifting is an amazing online exercise program designed for women with prolapse. It’s run by Haley Shevener and Annemarie Everett, PT. It’s an amazing, informative program – lots of options!
- Intimate Rose is a company that helps all-things-pelvic. It includes resources for education, supplies, and many other pelvc-related. Using this link gives you $5 off too!
General Men’s / Women’s Health:
- American Physical Therapy Associations Academy for Pelvic Health. Resource for women’s health issues and also provides a link to finding a specialist in your area. Be sure to enter only the state (not the zip code) – otherwise it gives a very limited selection.
- www.hisandherhealth.com –Website for information on men’s and women’s health.
- www.ourgyn.com – Website regarding medical and physical therapy treatments of gynecologic issues.
Pelvic and Abdominal Pain:
- www.pelvicpain.org – International Pelvic Pain Society (IPPS) website.
- www.vaginismus.com – Resource website for painful penetration. Dilators available for sale.
- www.ichelp.org – Interstitial Cystitis Association (ICA) website.
- www.nva.org – National Vulvodynia Association website.
- www.spuninfo.org – Society for Pudendal Neuralgia (SPuN) website.
- http://www.theacpa.org/default.aspx – American Chronic Pain Association (ACPA) website.
- www.pelvicpainhelp.com – Website for the Wise-Anderson (aka Stanford) protocol for pelvic pain (originally designed for male pelvic pain, but applicable to both genders).
- www.ic-network.com – Patient-oriented website regarding Interstitial Cystitis.
- www.health.groups.yahoo.com/group/happypelvis – Yahoo group dedicated to pelvic dysfunction and physical therapy treatment.
- http://www.wellsphere.com/women-s-health-article/is-your-pt-treating-you-right/567458 – article on how to tell if you have a good physical therapist to treat pelvic pain
- www.secretsuffering.com – Website for book on sexual and pelvic pain.
- www.bodyinmind.org – website/blog on pain and the brain/mind relationship.
- www.nafc.org – National Association for Continence – information regarding products, treatments, professional listings.
- www.aboutincontinence.org – website spin-off from IFFGD for urinary dysfunction.
- www.iffgd.org – International Foundation of Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders website for information regarding bowel, colo-rectal, abdominal dysfunction.