If the muscles that power sexual activity grow weak or are over-tensed, your ability to respond to your partner will be diminished—and so will your enjoyment and your partner's. At worst, if the tension is really bad, penetration may prove painful, even impossible, for the woman, while men may suffer pain following ejaculation.
The whole subject of pelvic pain may be one you're uncomfortable talking about—to your partner, a friend, even to your doctor. Maybe you assumed that the pain or discomfort would subside, then go away in time. Or maybe you've decided it's just something you have to learn to live with.
No, you don't. In fact, you shouldn't.
My program of natural healing is about solutions to your pain that you can do yourself. When I work with patients one-on-one in my physical therapy studio, I prescribe strengthening, stretching, and relaxation exercises, modifications to diet and lifestyle behavior, and the application of manual techniques, biofeedback, deep massage, heat and cold, and the other specialized treatment methods of physical therapy. I've adapted all those modalities, as we call them in physical therapy, into a program you can do at home, by yourself, without having to take medication or buy special equipment.
The exercise program consists of a set of simple movements you can do both in the privacy of your house and throughout the day, wherever you are; you'll learn them in a phased approach. You'll also find nutritional recommendations aimed at alleviating your discomfort and suggestions for home spa treatments that let you soothe your discomfort and pamper yourself.
And the fact is that what you learn in this book can do more than end your pain and cure your disorder. These exercises and self-care therapies can also help you forestall the effects of aging. They can help you enhance the physical intimacy you enjoy with your partner. They can give you a new level of physical strength at the core that will translate into a better sense of well-being in every aspect of your life.
Are you ready to begin?