News / Media Diagnosing Endometriosis: A Conversation with Physiatrist, Dr. Allyson Shrikhande & OB/GYN, Dr. Lyndsey Harper, MD.

It’s a sad truth that endometriosis doesn’t get talked about nearly as much as it should. This often painful disorder – in which tissue similar to the uterine lining grows outside the uterus, causing bleeding, lesions, and other issues – is not particularly rare. As a matter of fact, it affects an estimated one in […]

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Posted on November 8 2021
News / Media Dr. Shrikhande Talks The Importance of Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

What is pelvic floor physical therapy? Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy is physical therapy for the treatment of pelvic pain and pelvic floor muscle dysfunction. Pelvic floor physical therapists have undergone specific training in pelvic health, pelvic floor dysfunction, and pelvic pain. As a physiatrist, why would you want to team up with a pelvic floor […]

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Posted on October 22 2021
News / Media Dr. Allyson Shrikhande discusses pelvic floor physical therapy with Dr. Laura Meihofer

Our Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Allyson Shrikhande discusses pelvic floor physical therapy with Dr. Laura Meihofer PT, DPT, ATC, RYT 200 and how it is a critical part of the PRM treatment plan for helping patients find relief. To learn more about Dr. Laura Meihofer, visit her website: https://laurameihofer.com/ Follow her on social channels:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/laurameihofer/Facebook: […]

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Posted on September 28 2021
News / Media Working with Physiatry for Pelvic Pain Webinar

Title:  Working with Physiatry for Pelvic Pain Webinar Date: Monday, September 13th Time: 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. EST Price: $35. Receive 1 CE credit. About: This course overviews the core elements, including diagnosis and non-operative treatment options, for a successful pelvic floor physical therapy and pelvic physiatry relationship for non-operative management of men and […]

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Posted on August 18 2021
News / Media The Girlfriend Doctor Show Episode 24 – Pelvic Pain Doesn’t Have to be a Life Sentence

Pelvic Pain Doesn’t Have to be a Life Sentence with Dr. Anna Cabeca and Dr. Allyson Shrikande, Dr. Rucha Kapadia. Dr. Anna Cabeca visits the Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine center to talk with Dr. Allyson Shrikande and Dr. Rucha Kapadia about pelvic pain. Find out why it’s so hard for pelvic pain to be diagnosed properly, […]

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Posted on August 10 2021
News / Media The Role of Pelvic Muscle Injections Featuring Dr. Yogita Tailor

Advanced Urology’s Dr. Marc Greenstein and Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine’s Dr. Yogita Tailor discuss pelvic floor injections for pelvic pain in this webinar. Dr. Marc Greenstein specializes in all aspects of Urology including kidney stones, men’s health, female and male pelvic pain syndromes, interstitial cystitis, urologic cancers and minimally invasive procedures. He treats his patients with […]

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Posted on July 16 2021
News / Media Dr. Shrikhande Talks Pelvic Pain After Gender Affirmation Surgery: Featured in Rosy

Dr. Allyson Shrikhande had a blog published in Rosy discussing Pelvic Pain Gender Affirmation Surgery. Excerpt: What is gender affirmation surgery? Gender affirmation surgery is a surgery for transgender individuals with a goal of alleviating gender dysphoria by providing the physical appearance and functional abilities which match their inner self. While this is a medically necessary […]

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Posted on July 2 2021
News / Media Emory Sports Medicine Center Virtual Women’s Sports & Wellness Conference

Title:  Emory Sports Medicine Center Virtual Women’s Sports & Wellness Conference Date: Saturday, August 7, 2021 Time: 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. EST Price: Physicians, Physician Assistants, Physical Therapists, Athletic Trainers, Allied Professionals (CEUs): $40 *you will also receive CME credits; Community Members: $10 *No CME credits will be awarded About: This year the event will […]

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Posted on June 24 2021
News / Media | Allyson Shrikhande, MD Dr. Allyson Shrikhande Speaks with Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute about Physiatry

Dr. Allyson Shrikhande speaks with Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute about Physiatry Excerpt from the interview: Q: What is a physiatrist? A: A physiatrist is an MD or DO with a specialty in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. This non-operative medical discipline involves focusing on the neuromusculoskeletal system to help patients recover their functional well-being and […]

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Posted on June 23 2021
News / Media Dr. Shrikhande Answers the Question, What is Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS)?: Featured in Rosy

Dr. Allyson Shrikhande had a blog published in Rosy discussing Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS). Excerpt: Why is CPPS so difficult to diagnose? CPPS is a complex condition which often involves multiple organs as well as the nervous, myofascial, and skeletal systems. Some of the most prevalent risk factors for CPPS, such as endometriosis or […]

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Posted on June 10 2021
News / Media Dr. Shrikhande Talks The Effects of Stress on Pelvic Pain: Featured in Rosy

Dr. Allyson Shrikhande had a blog published in Rosy discussing the effects of stress on pelvic pain. Excerpt: April is Stress Awareness Month, although I’m going to go out on a limb and say stress is something that we’ve all been pretty keenly aware of for most of the past year. Stress and anxiety are fully […]

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Posted on April 29 2021
News / Media | Podcasts | Allyson Shrikhande, MD A Pain in the Bladder: Interstitial Cystitis

What do you do and who do you see when you feel like you have a UTI… but you don’t? You might feel like you have to pee all the time and it might even cause you a burning pain. You’ve been given antibiotics, dose after dose. You’ve been told to do a million kegels… […]

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Posted on April 16 2021
News / Media Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute: Working with Physiatry for Pelvic Pain – Remote Learning Course

This course is for Pelvic Floor Physical Therapists that would like to continue their education. CEU Credits will be obtained Title: Working with Physiatry for Pelvic Pain – Remote Learning Course Date: Jun 27, 2021 Time: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm EST Price: $120 Experience Level: Beginner Contact Hours: 4 Instructor: Dr. Allyson Shrikhande & […]

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Posted on April 14 2021
News / Media Endometriosis Awareness Month

Dr. Allyson Shrikhande had a blog published in Rosy discussing endometriosis. Excerpt: March is Endometriosis Awareness Month, dedicated to shining a spotlight on a serious chronic illness that affects one in ten women in the United States. While endometriosis has been gaining in visibility over recent years, with more organizations emerging to promote awareness and […]

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Posted on March 29 2021
News / Media Dr. Shrikhande Talks Pudendal Neuralgia: Featured in Rosy

Dr. Shrikhande had a blog published in Rosy discussing pudendal neuralgia. The pelvis is a massively important part of the body, involving a complex interplay between muscles, joints, and nerves. When any part of the whole is not functioning properly, it can cause serious pain and impede your ability to enjoy sex or even get […]

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Posted on February 26 2021
News / Media | Allyson Shrikhande, MD Pelvic Health Chat: Dr. Allyson Shrikhande & Patricia Ladis PT, CBBA

Here is a description of that show: Dr. Allyson Shrikhande speaks with Patricia Ladis PT, CBBA, founder of Wise Body PT and author of Wise Woman’s Guide to Your Healthiest Pregnancy & Birth about pelvic health. Learn more about Patricia Ladis by visiting her website: https://www.patricialadis.com/ Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/patricialadis/ More information on her book – […]

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Posted on February 10 2021
News / Media Dr. Shrikhande Talks Painful Sex After A Hysterectomy: Featured in Rosy

Dr. Shrikhande had a blog published in Rosy discussing painful sex after a hysterectomy. Painful sex can be a difficult thing to talk about. The millions of women who experience pain during intercourse, or dyspareunia, can have feelings of frustration and embarrassment. It can be particularly frightening for those who experience these symptoms after undergoing […]

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Posted on December 22 2020
News / Media Dr. Shrikhande Talks PGAD: Featured in Rosy

Dr. Allyson Shrikhande had a blog published in Rosy discussing PGAD. Sexual pleasure under appropriate circumstances is normal and natural, something that we should be able to talk about openly without shame or stigma. However, for some, feelings of sexual arousal may be constant and intense, occurring in unwanted situations. For these people, this can […]

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Posted on November 5 2020
News / Media Ask An Expert: Dr. Melanie Howell Will Answer Your Questions

Loading… Thank you so much for submitting your question.  Just a reminder that depending on the volume, we may not be able to answer every single question.  To stay up to date with us, sign up for our newsletter below! Join Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine’s Newsletter for the latest news and pelvic health information.

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Posted on June 23 2020
News / Media Dr. Allyson Shrikhande And Dr. Melanie Carminati of Inspira Physical Therapy Discuss Pelvic Pain And Physical Therapy

Dr. Allyson Shrikhande had a discussion with Dr. Melanie Carminati of Inspira Physical Therapy, about pelvic pain, causes, populations affected, treatment, Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy, and current research being done. You can learn more about Inspira Physical Therapy by visiting their website: inspiraphysicaltherapy.com Follow their social channels: Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/inspiraphysicaltherapy/ LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/company/inspiraptpilates/ YouTube – […]

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Posted on June 22 2020
News / Media Journey Of A Pelvic Pain Patient

Our very own, Dr Charity Hill, is joined by Dr. Linda Kiley of Palm Beach Center for Pelvic Health and PT Gail O’Neill of Pelvic Health Solutions where they discuss the journey a pelvic pain patient takes to find relief. For more information on Palm Beach Center for Pelvic Health, visit their website at: https://www.drlindakiley.com/ […]

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Posted on June 4 2020
News / Media What Do You Know About Your Pelvic Pain?

Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine’s, pelvic pain specialist, Dr. Christian Reutter speaks to Men’s Health about pelvic pain in men. He is quoted saying: According to Dr. Reutter, the pelvic floor consists of a network of muscles that act as a “sling” to support the pelvic floor organs (the prostate, bladder, rectum and seminal vesicles), stabilize the […]

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Posted on May 8 2020
News / Media | Mental Health Managing The Stress of Social Distancing

Helpful video from PRM’s Dr. Jana Scrivani Social-distancing can be hard for some people. Watch this video of Dr. Scrivani sharing some tips for remaining calm and relieving stress during this difficult time. A full transcript of the Managing The Stress of Social Distancing can be found below: Hi, everybody! I’m Dr. Jani, a licensed […]

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Posted on March 23 2020
News / Media Reasons To Have Sex After The 6-Week Pregnancy Wait

One of our OB/GYN and board-certified pelvic pain specialist, Lora Liu, MD, was quoted by Romper about the reasons to have sex after your pregnancy. She was quoted saying: 1. Your Body Is Ready The 6-week waiting period after a vaginal delivery is for the vaginal mucosa to heal. Additionally, many women require stitches in the […]

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Posted on March 4 2020
News / Media Pelvic Pain with Sitting and Intercourse Patient Testimonial

Pelvic Pain with Sitting and Intercourse Patient Testimonial Transcript So my name is Jason. I’m from Montreal. About a year ago, started having pain in my pelvic area. The longer I sat, the more I would feel a discomfort or burning, same thing for walking. And it would also limit my ability to be intimate […]

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Posted on November 28 2019
News / Media Pain During Intercourse Patient Testimonial

Pain During Intercourse Patient Testimonial Transcript My name is Mike and I’m from Cliffside Park, New Jersey. In July of 2011, I was 24 years old and I was introduced to this woman through a mutual friend of mine and on our first date we had sex. I felt the worst pain of my entire […]

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Posted on November 19 2019
News / Media Urinary Urgency and Frequency Patient Testimonial

Urinary Urgency and Frequency Patient Testimonial Transcript My name is Genie. I’m from upstate New York. Kind of started about five years ago. I started feeling this constant urgency to urinate. I didn’t have incontinence. I didn’t have issues urinating. It was just a constant urge to, but it was beyond feeling the urge. It […]

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Posted on November 14 2019
News / Media | Pelvic Health | Media Mentions | Allyson Shrikhande, MD Doctor Allyson Shrikhande Speaks With Women’s Health Magazine

One of our pelvic pain and board-certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation specialists, Allyson Augusta Shrikhande, MD, was quoted in a Women’s Health Magazine article talking about life after pregnancy. She was quoted saying: Before I had a baby, I never imagined that my recovery would take longer than a couple of months. But the time it […]

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Posted on October 2 2019
News / Media | Pelvic Health Connect PT / Allyson Shrikhande, MD – Interview

A physiatrist’s view on pelvic pain: an interview with Allyson Shrikande, MD Below is the transcript of an interview with Allyson Shrikhande, MD and Michelle Dela Rosa, PT. Michelle: I’m here with Dr. Allyson Shrikande, founder of Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine in New York and recently Hoboken, NJ. Thank you for speaking with me. A lot of […]

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Posted on December 12 2018
News / Media Healing Pelvic Pain as a Team – Interview

The Pelvic Messenger: Discussing Pelvic, Bladder, Bowel, and Sexual Disorders Pelvic messenger, supported by the International Pelvic Pain Society and Beyond Basics Physical Therapy, is devoted to the promotion of diagnoses, recovery, and success in treating Chronic Pelvic Pain (CPP) conditions in men, women, and children. Furthermore, we are dedicated to improving patient and healthcare providers […]

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Posted on September 26 2018
News / Media | Male Pelvic Health | Allyson Shrikhande, MD Treatment Approach for Men with Urologic Chronic Pelvic Pain

Allyson Shrikhande, MD, founder of Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine, has submitted an abstract for the International Continence Society’s Annual Meeting. The International Continence Society (ICS) has over 3,000 members and is a thriving society of Urologists, Uro-gynaecologists, Physiotherapists, Nurses, Basic Scientists and Researchers with a focus on continence and pelvic floor disorders. We are growing every day […]

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Posted on July 2 2018
News / Media | Endometriosis | Allyson Shrikhande, MD Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine Partners with Northwell Health

Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine is happy to announce their partnership with the Research OutSmarts Endometriosis (ROSE) Study to further the research in identifying non-invasive methods to diagnose endometriosis as early as possible. Gautam Shrikhande, MD, the medical director at Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine was quoted in GenomeWeb about the practice participating in this pioneering study. Here’s more at PRM about […]

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Posted on June 26 2018
News / Media | Endometriosis | Allyson Shrikhande, MD Uncovering the Black Box of Pelvic Pain: Understanding the Role of the Pelvic Floor

Uncovering the Black Box of Pelvic Pain: Understanding the Role of the Pelvic Floor Presented By: Allyson Shrikhande, MD PATIENT AWARENESS DAY 2018: LIVING YOUR BEST LIFE WITH ENDO

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Posted on May 23 2018
News / Media | Female Pelvic Health | Endometriosis ROSE Study for Endometriosis Partnership

You Can Help Us Learn More About Endometriosis Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine has partnered with Northwell Health in the Research OutSmarts Endometriosis (ROSE) Study to help discover an early detection test for endometriosis. The research and participant selection is being done through the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research at Northwell Health in partnership with the Endometriosis Foundation of […]

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Posted on April 6 2018
News / Media | Pelvic Health | Male Pelvic Health | Female Pelvic Health Pelvic Health Rehabilitation Center

Video: Pelvic Health and Rehabilitation Center Learn about the leading Pelvic Health and Rehabilitation Center treating men and women with an array of pelvic health concerns. Dr. Allyson Shrikhande explains the new treatments they are designing and what to expect as a patient at Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine. Pelvic Health Rehabilitation Center Video Transcript: Pelvic rehabilitation […]

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Posted on February 5 2018
News / Media IPPS Committees

Medical Education Committee Visit the International Pelvic Pain Society site »

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Posted on May 24 2017
News / Media Why is Endometriosis Painful?

Why is Endometriosis Painful? Some patient’s with endometriosis have pain. The theory is that patients who have endometriosis that is infiltrative in nature can stimulate nociceptors directly and stimulate the inflammatory cascade causing pain. While pain is often associated with endometriosis, the exact reason why endometriosis is painful is not always talked about. Infiltrative endometriosis […]

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Posted on May 24 2017
News / Media HealthDay: Botox-Like Injection Might Ease Runners’ Knee Pain

British researchers used Dysport to bring long-term relief for common ailment of physically active people Please note: This article was published more than one year ago. The facts and conclusions presented may have since changed and may no longer be accurate. And “More information” links may no longer work. Questions about personal health should always […]

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Posted on May 24 2017
News / Media Everyday Health: Back Pain: Where Does It Hurt?

Suffering from back pain on the left? Or is the pain on the right? The location of your pain can help identify its cause and help determine the best treatment. Up to 80 percent of U.S. adults suffer from back pain at some point in their lives, according to the American Chiropractic Association. And when […]

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Posted on May 24 2017
News / Media Live Science: Spinal Manipulation Relieves Back Pain … for Some

Manipulating the spine can help people with lower back pain — but it doesn’t work for everyone, according to a new study. Spinal manipulation, or applying force to the joints of the spine, is a technique commonly used by chiropractors and physical therapists, according to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. However, there […]

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Posted on May 24 2017
News / Media Why is Endometriosis Painful?

Most patients who have endometriosis struggle with the breathtaking pain that characterizes the disease. While pain is often associated with endometriosis, the exact reason why endometriosis is painful is not always talked about. Endometriosis is considered a noxious stimuli, an event that is or can be damaging to the tissues in the body. Physiatrist, Dr. […]

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Posted on May 24 2017
News / Media Today.com: Safe but inadequate: Tylenol flunks back pain test

Tylenol and other products containing acetaminophen do little or nothing to help lower back pain or arthritis, a new report finds. Patients might do better with stretching and exercise, the Australian researchers report. They don’t recommend that people move on to stronger drugs such as opioids. It’s sure to be a controversial finding. Most expert […]

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Posted on May 24 2017
News / Media HealthDay: Back Pain and Depression Combo Lessens Pain Relief from Narcotic Painkillers

Please note: This article was published more than one year ago. The facts and conclusions presented may have since changed and may no longer be accurate. And “More information” links may no longer work. Questions about personal health should always be referred to a physician or other health care professional. THURSDAY, July 9, 2015 (HealthDay […]

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Posted on May 24 2017
News / Media NewsmaxHealth: Olympian’s Miracle Recovery Offers Hope on Spinal Injuries

Olympic swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen’s recovery from a spinal cord injury, including the use of a new high-tech “exoskeleton” that has enabled her to walk again, spotlights how broad, rapid advances in paralysis treatments are allowing patients to regain their independence and live on their own. Remote-controlled exoskeletons are just one of several new biomedical […]

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Posted on May 24 2017
News / Media Study: Popular pain reliever doesn’t work for osteoarthritis

A popular over-the-counter pain medicine doesn’t pass muster when it comes to easing pain and improving movement in people with osteoarthritis, a new study shows. The study, published in The Lancet, found that paracetamol — sold as acetaminophen in the U.S., under the brand name Tylenol and as a generic — was not effective at […]

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Posted on May 24 2017
News / Media CDC’s new guidelines for opioid prescription

NEW YORK (FOX 5 NEWS) – Opioid painkillers — like OxyContin (oxycodone) and Vicodin — have become the most widely prescribed drugs in the country and they have contributed greatly to the heroin epidemic. Many heroin addicts turn to heroin after getting hooked on opioids. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued the […]

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Posted on May 24 2017
News / Media PIX11: Addiction doctor feels ‘vindicated’ by CDC crackdown on painkillers

NEW YORK — Dr. Andrew Kolodny rattled off the startling statistics that grow with every passing year: More than 200,000 Americans dead from opioid overdoses since 1999 — a 900 percent increase in opioid addiction since 1999. For those not familiar with the term “opioid” — it’s a class of drug common in the painkillers […]

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Posted on May 24 2017
News / Media Chicago Tribune: Acupuncture may help ease fibromyalgia pain

Acupuncture may help ease pain and improve quality of life for people with fibromyalgia, a new study suggests. Ten weeks after treatment, the pain scores of patients given acupuncture dropped an average of 41 percent, compared with an average drop of 27 percent for those given a simulated acupuncture treatment. The benefits were still seen […]

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Posted on April 24 2017
News / Media Allyson Shrikhande, MD – Musculoskeletal causes of pelvic pain after excision of endometriosis

Patient Awareness Day The Lifecycle of Endometriosis: From Diagnosis to Coping with Disease Sunday April 17, 2016 Lenox Hill Hospital, Einhorn Auditorium Good afternoon. I am a physiatrist. Essentially we treat the muscles, bones and nerves of the body. I focus on the pelvis. As physiatrists we work very closely with physical therapists. We really […]

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Posted on April 24 2017
News / Media New Device Claims It Can Relieve Chronic Pain

FDA cleared device could be an innovative way to help control chronic pain for sufferers.

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Posted on April 24 2017
News / Media Live Science: Spinal Manipulation Relieves Back Pain … for Some

Manipulating the spine can help people with lower back pain — but it doesn’t work for everyone, according to a new study. Spinal manipulation, or applying force to the joints of the spine, is a technique commonly used by chiropractors and physical therapists, according to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. However, there […]

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Posted on April 24 2017
News / Media Prescribing Food First

For some patients, a simple change in diet might reduce medical costs and even eliminate the need for medication. Dr. Allyson Shrikhande, a physiatrist at Lenox Hill Hospital, explains why food is instrumental in both preventing and alleviating illness. Link to the original video »

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Posted on April 24 2017

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