If you suffer from endometriosis we can help reduce your pain and increase functionality.
We are pelvic pain specialists who offer quick, effective non-operative treatments for endometriosis and other pelvic conditions.
Having pain from endometriosis and other conditions in the pelvic area, such as pain during sex or when using the bathroom, is more common than you might think and affects about 1 in 7 women. Many go for years undiagnosed or misdiagnosed and undergo unnecessary medical procedures that can be harmful and expensive, without resolving their issues.
Living with the pain can severely affect quality of life, including physical function, psychological well-being, and interpersonal relationships.
On average, women with endometriosis make 7 visits to their primary care provider before being referred to a specialist.
Nearly 75% of women with endometriosis have had a misdiagnosis.
On average, women experience a delay of 7-12 years from the onset of symptoms to a surgical diagnosis.
Women with endometriosis average 2 – 5 surgical procedures related to their diagnosis, often with minimal sustained improvement in symptoms.
The difficult thing about endometriosis is that if it is suspected, the only way to diagnose it is by surgical excision with histopathological confirmation. Typically, a laparoscopy is performed to diagnose endometriosis, and often it will involve excision of the disease. Once the disease has been excised, management of the disease usually entails medication therapies, such as anti-inflammatories, hormonal suppression, and lifestyle modifications, such as behavioral health and nutritional approaches..
If endometriosis is suspected, and you would like surgery as a treatment or management option, our highly skilled surgeons can perform excision surgery, which is considered the gold standard, and involves cutting out the lesions, implants, or fibrosis (scar tissue) caused by endometriosis.
There are many ways to manage and treat endometriosis, which includes non-operative approaches, and approaches that do not include opioids or hormones if you are seeking this.
Also known as ‘ultrasound guided trigger point injections and nerve blocks’. Our providers are able to provide an Internal evaluation of Pelvic Floor Muscles and Nerves.
Our providers provide Expert Medical Guidance when collaborating with Physical Therapy to optimize outcomes.
Performed to release nerve tension, reduce neurogenic inflammation, and desensitize hyperactive pelvic nerves.
Proactive identification, assessment and treatment of nerve pain, muscle pain, bladder and bowel dysfunction.
The good news is that, although suffering from endometriosis and other pelvic pain conditions is very common, you don’t have to suffer in silence.
At Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine, 70% of our female patients have endometriosis. Many arrive at our clinics with symptoms of endometriosis without a diagnosis or any knowledge of the disease. Our providers are on the “front lines” of educating patients and healthcare providers throughout the country on the disease process.
We are the experts in pelvic pain with 13 clinics nationwide and an expert staff of physicians and other specialists dedicated to helping patients like you enjoy an active, pain free lifestyle. We treat both male and female patients who experience core muscle and nerve problems; chronic pelvic pain; and pelvic floor muscle dysfunction.
Our physicians take an innovative approach, combining traditional medicine with holistic modalities and restorative and rehabilitation medicine. We treat both s who experience core muscle and nerve problems; chronic pelvic pain; and pelvic floor muscle dysfunction.
When you become our patient, you receive our full attention. First, we listen intently and empathetically to your concerns. Then, we perform a careful examination and may conduct tests to ensure a precise and accurate diagnosis. Finally, we design a treatment plan tailored to your individual needs. Our goal is to help you enjoy an active, pain free lifestyle.
Dr. Allyson Shrikhande, a board-certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation specialist, works with other experts to develop training modules for residents and physicians interested in learning about the diagnosis, treatment, and management of chronic pelvic pain.
Through PRM, Dr. Ally aims to increase access to diagnosis and treatment for patients who have been dismissed and left to suffer in silence for too long – an experience she knows all too well herself, as PRM’s first patient.
We are pleased to announce we are now in-network with Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) in Florida, Texas, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, and Georgia.
Not in one of those states? No problem. We accept all insurances on an out-of-network basis. We believe that access to care should be a basic right and work hard to ensure all of our patients can access the treatment they need, even offering self-pay options.
Our physicians take an innovative approach, combining traditional medicine with holistic modalities and restorative and rehabilitation medicine. We treat both male and female patients who experience core muscle and nerve problems; chronic pelvic pain; and pelvic floor muscle dysfunction.