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Explore the reality of and controversary about myofascial trigger points. Have you wanted to have a deeper understanding of the physiology of trigger points? How to palpate them accurately? What is the current scientific support for trigger point treatments including dry needling and trigger point injections? How to approach the kinesiophobic person? Learn this and more from an internationally recognized expert…Dr. Jan Dommerholdt. Jan is a Dutch-trained physical therapist who holds a Master of Professional Studies degree with a concentration in both Biomechanical Trauma and Healthcare Administration from Lynn University, and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. Dr. Dommerholt has taught hundreds of courses and lectured at over 60 conferences throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, South America, Europe, Australia, and the Middle East while maintaining an active clinical practice. He is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies and a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy, Cuestiones de Fisioterapia, and the Journal of Invasive Therapies in Physical Therapy.

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Acupuncture has gained acceptance and popularity amongst both patients and many physicians. Multiple states have approved acupuncture coverage by Medicaid and more are following. Acupuncture is also approved by many insurance carriers. But how does acupuncture impact pain neurophysiology? Could acupressure be a simple technique you could teach your patients to empower them to help themselves? Learn this and more…from Dr. Rick Harris a University of Michigan neuroscientist and Co-President of the Society for Acupuncture Research investigating mechanisms of chronic pain and its treatment with acupuncture and acupressure. His recent investigations have focused on the role of brain neurotransmitters and brain network behavior in chronic pain.

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Dustienne Miller, PT is passionate about Yoga! She believes in the integration of physical therapy and yoga as a holistic approach to help patients with chronic pelvic pain. This session will discuss strategies for incorporating yoga as therapeutic exercise and neuromuscular re-education thereby inspiring individuals to take control of their pain. See this lecture and more by registering for the IPPS Annual Scientific Meeting now

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You have likely heard of acupuncture and possibly even auricular acupuncture…and maybe even had a few patients go and do this on their own with positive results? But what do we know about the neuroscience behind acupuncture? Is there a difference between acupuncture performed by a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioner vs. Medical Acupuncture by a trained physician? How can Auricular Acupuncture help pelvic pain? What is the difference between acupuncture and trigger point dry needling or trigger point injections? Learn this and more from Dr. Joe Audette medically trained at Harvard and Columbia Universities, Faculty at Harvard University with 20+ years of experience as both a PM&R physician utilizing Acupuncture in an Integrated medical model, as well as the Course Director of Physician Acupuncture an Integrated Structural Acupuncture course for Physicians.

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Have you ever encountered a patient with Chronic Pelvic Pain who has difficulty sleeping? Ever considered how sleep can be affecting their pain? Join Mark Shepherd, DPT has he discusses how sleep insufficiency is associated with increased frequency and intensity of pain and what you can do to help your patients with their sleep disturbances. Register online for the IPPS Annual Meeting today

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Needle this…or that? Learn how both acupuncture and dry needling can benefit your patients with pelvic pain. Experience auricular acupuncture, trigger point palpation techniques and self-applied acupressure techniques during experiential sessions! In addition, learn how your patients can use simple acupressure techniques to help themselves…experience it for yourself. Register today at www.pelvicpain.org for the IPPS Annual Scientific Meeting!

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ICYMI: The IPPS 2021 Annual Meeting is going hybrid! You can now register for in-person OR virtual attendance. We've also extended the early registration deadline to September 17 - don't miss out on these savings

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Did you ever wonder why acupuncture, acupressure and trigger point therapy and injections, and dry needling work? Come learn about the underlying science and experience it for yourself. This day long course will bring together ancient concepts, current science and let you experience the positive impact that both trigger point therapy and injections, acupuncture, acupressure and dry needling can have for your patients with pelvic pain. Learn how at the IPPS Annual Scientific Meeting - register today at

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Epidemiologist Jhumka Gupta has worked extensively exploring the mental and reproductive health implications of gender-based violence. Her primary research focus is working with vulnerable populations, including women with chronic pain. In her lecture, she will reframe endometriosis as more than a disease of pain but as a social injustice issue, identifying the global impediments to the economic and social development of women and girls. To learn more register to attend the 24th IPPS Annual Scientific Meeting on Pelvic Pain at

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To improve health equity and provide more patient-centered care, it is necessary to better understand and address the underlying causes of poor outcomes for marginalized populations. Uchenna Ossai’s clinical and research interest include chronic pelvic pain for individuals of all genders, sexual dysfunction, and pelvic floor dysfunction, particularly women of color and the LGBTQIA community. In her lecture Race, Sex, and the Pelvic Floor, she will address key principles for promoting more equitable health outcomes for patients with chronic pain. To enjoy this lecture register to attend the 24th IPPS Annual Scientific Meeting on Pelvic Pain at

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