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I'm Having Pelvic Pain

Chronic pelvic pain (CPP) is defined as pain in the pelvic area that has been present for more than 6 months. Pain present for less than 6 months has an excellent chance of resolving spontaneously. We are a regional leader in minimally invasive treatments for CPP. Unfortunately, many women with this condition are never given a definitive cause for their pain, and wander from surgeon to surgeon hoping to find a cure. We believe in a holistic approach to CPP. While this often involves surgical therapy, non-surgical interventions may be best in other situations.

Causes of CPP

Autumn Galbraith, WHNP-BCPelvic pain is a common condition that can be terribly disruptive to a woman's daily life. It is difficult to enjoy life's pleasures when pain is constantly present. There are many causes of pelvic pain, and fortunately, there are many approaches to relieve and even cure this condition. We offer approaches that range from medication and lifestyle changes to physical therapy and surgery, depending on the cause and your desires. Call me today for an appointment, and we can begin the journey to a life with less pain!
~~ Autumn Galbraith, WHNP-BC

Treatment of CPP

While not every woman with chronic pelvic pain will be cured, the vast majority of women can be successfully treated so that they may resume a healthy, productive lifestyle!