Endo Summit Live

Dr. Dana McKee of the Mayo Clinic and Dr Johnny Yi explain in incredible detail trigger point and myofascial pain in the person with endometriosis. Explore how physical therapy, oral medication, trigger point injections and even botox in combination or separately might be helpful for ongoing pain in the person with endometriosis. This video contains cadaver video of the pelvic floor and a detailed research review on myofascial pain. Suitable for doctor, surgeon and patient to watch.

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