Pelvic Pain Syndrome - Pudendal Nerve Neuropathy


"I have solved many cases of pelvic pain syndrome but not all in those whom I have treated.  This is due to factors which complicate the treatment process, which I may or may not fully be aware of. Each case is different and have their own unique challenges to overcome which I try to determine and solve.

Don’t give up on your condition, there are always answers." ... Glenn Cameron

TESTIMONIAL: Hi Glenn, I hope you remember me.  I visited your clinic several months ago.  I had 2 treatments with you for what I thought was a mild case of Pudendal Nerve Entrapment.  I was a bit depressed and so stressed out because of this condition and the symptoms I was feeling.  We both thought that I may need additional treatments but I am so HAPPY to tell you that everything completely cleared up for me.  I am so grateful for finding you and for the treatments you did for me.  Thank you so much for the work you do! You literally change lives.  Thank you, Yana T from Innisfil, ON"
TESTIMONIAL: Dear Glenn and Lynn, Words can't describe how thankful I am to both of you although the treatment didn't help me.  I'm still thankful for all Glenn's efforts, advice, and generosity.  I'm immensely grateful for your help and sympathy.  Qualities like these are hard to find in people nowadays...Thank you both from the bottom of my heart!  Forever grateful, Svetlana (Pleasanton, CA)

Pelvic pain syndrome (pudendal neuralgia PN) is medically termed a syndrome instead of a disease process, inflammatory condition or disorder.  Syndromes get their name whenever they have many different causes, some known, some unknown, and usually many major contributing factors.  If this complex condition is to be successfully treated, all such causes and contributing factors must be correctly identified and resolved.   

Those whom I successfully treated were the cases where I was able to correctly identify the causes as well as the contributing factors which led to the development of their syndrome and was also able to resolve them as well.  Those cases I was not able to resolve had major contributing factors that I was in no position to rectify.  For example, an acetabular labral tear can cause PN to develop, but I am not the health care professional to correct it. 

My mind is sharp because I take a keen interest in treating difficult musculoskeletal conditions.  I get enormous pride whenever I succeed in treating these difficult conditions and know in my heart that all those years of reading and improving my knowledge have paid off, and still to this day continue to do so. 

I have assembled what I feel to be the best set of tools available to conquer difficult conditions, and have mastered their use over the years.  They include Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy, Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Release Therapy, Magnetic Biostimulation Therapy and Trigenics.   

The approach we take in treating pelvic pain syndrome involves the most comprehensive and thorough array of intervention we can offer an individual today.  We say this because PN is the most difficult of all conditions we offer to treat, and requires an equally carefully planned method of attack to solve it.  It all begins with our unique and innovative diagnostic process.

Diagnostic Process

The first step in this process is to map out every dysfunction felt during a hands-on examination of your entire skeleton.  The body has unique methods of offering clues to the existence of dysfunctions.  Pelvic pain syndrome just doesn’t appear for no reason.  Rather it is often the result of several factors which has culminated in the physical compression of some portion of the pudendal nerve or its branches.  This condition can’t be successfully treated unless all compression sites are identified and their reasons determined. 

Treatments involve precision guided shockwave therapy with the most powerful shockwave unit EMS has to offer.  We own 3 state-of-the-art Swiss Dolorclast devices and 8 applicators each offering their own unique capabilities at our disposal to break apart any dysfunction no matter where it may lie in the body.  Shockwaves will absolutely break apart myofascial adhesions which have grown around pudendal nerve fibres, thus releasing them. 

The protocol calls for periods of intense shockwave delivery followed by manual stripping (stretching) of the released fascial fibres.  Furthermore, the body is treated in segments including any dysfunctional muscle/tendon/ligament to eliminate trigger point referral patterns which can mimic a pudendal compression.  Once a segment or quadrant of the body has been released, immediate relief is realized.  Treatments often relieve multiple quadrants during the days of treatment leaving 1 or 2 major ones left to complete.  Our goal is to release all dysfunctions from all quadrants or segments to declare treatments a success.  The effects of these several treatments last for up to 3 months while the body heals and rebuilds the treated tissues. 

Each treatment takes between 1.5 and 3 hours to complete, depending on the circumstances involved with the condition.

If you suffer from chronic neurogenic urinary tract/bladder infections and/or chronic neurogenic constipation, they will be eliminated with the treatments.

     

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