OPTP Self-Care for Pelvic Pain: A Sensory Integration Toolkit

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This informative guide provides an understanding of pelvic pain along with self-treatment techniques.  

Self-Care for Pelvic Pain is an excellent resource for people experiencing pelvic pain and the practitioners who treat them. Written by pelvic health specialist Sandra Hilton, PT, DPT, MS, the book was written for people experiencing groin pain, genital pain, or pain while sitting, riding a bike, or having sex. 

This informative guide explains the different types of pain, as well as common pelvic conditions. It then introduces sensory integration, which is a way to gently retrain your system, including the painful areas, the nervous system, and your brain. Purchase the book individually, or with the Sensory Integration Toolkit (SIT KIT), which includes seven balls of varying sizes and densities that can be used to perform the sensory integration techniques introduced in the book. 

This clear, simple guide includes step-by-step sensory integration exercises and guidelines for how to perform them, as well as guidance on how to choose the right sensory integration tool for each technique. For people experiencing pelvic pain, this book offers a path toward feeling better by using pleasurable sensation and fun movement to improve the body’s ability to tolerate normal pressures. 

Softcover; 64 pages. Illustrated. 

About The Author

About Sandra Hilton, PT, DPT, MS 
Sandra (Sandy) is a pelvic health specialist, co-owner and practitioner at Entropy Physiotherapy & Wellness. She is on the board of the Abdominal and Pelvic Pain Special Interest Group, a part of the International Association for the Study of Pain. A highly sought-after presenter, Sandy speaks internationally at seminars on treating pelvic pain, educating other healthcare professionals and the general public. She is a co-author of the book Why Pelvic Pain Hurts, and Self-Care for Pelvic Pain is her second book. She is a regular contributor on health-related podcasts and is co-host of the Pain Science and Sensibility Podcast.