Endometriosis, Vulvodynia, and Pelvic Physical Therapy

Join Dr Amy Stein, PT DPT a pelvic physical therapist and owner of Beyond Basics in New York City for this amazing deep dive into multiple pain generators for endometriosis. Amy explores not just the evil twin of pelvic pain, intersticial cystitis, but the septuplets of pelvic pain. With so many generators of pain and attacks on the physical and central nervous system a pelvic physical therapist can be crucial in obtaining the best quality of life for anyone with endometriosis. Dr Amy Stein is among the best in the physical therapy pelvic health business. This podcast comes directly from Endo Summit 2021 where Amy was featured. The full visual version can be found here.

Amy can be reached on Instagram @BeyondBasicsPT or at her website www.beyondbasicsphysicaltherapy.com. Her books Beating Endo and Heal Pelvic Pain can be purchased at https://beyondbasicsphysicaltherapy.com

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