At Pain Management Brooklyn you will get the necessary diagnosis and treatment for your pelvic pain. Our pain management specialists will help you reduce and even totally eliminate your pelvic pain. There is no need for you to suffer at home. Make an appointment and get the help you need.
Brooklyn Pain Physicians are internationally recognized as one of the best pelvic pain specialists and doctors in Brooklyn, NYC. We were selected to be a part of international medical team for Rio Olympic Games.
The pelvis is located in the lower torso, made out of bones that protect the organs located in the abdominal and pelvic cavity. It also helps anchor the powerful muscles of the hip, femur, and abdomen. The pelvis is made up of several bones like the left and right coxal bones, the sacrum and the coccyx. In childhood, the pelvis is made out of smaller bones that fuse together and make the pelvis even more rigid. So, the coxal bones are made out of smaller separate bones like the ilium, ischium, and pubis.
Pelvic pain is the pain that is felt under the bellybutton. It may come on suddenly or even last for a couple of months. Pelvic pain can be mild, moderate or even severe, always depending from its underlying cause.
Women are mostly affected by pelvic pain, as men are rarely affected. Pelvic pain can be a symptom of an infection or it may arise from a medical condition affecting the bladder or the colon. However, in women, pelvic pain is often associated with reproductive organs like the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix, and vagina.
Pelvic pain causes
Some of the most common causes of pelvic pain include:
Pudendal neuralgia is a neuropathic condition which affects both men and women. It leads to pain in the genital area like in the clitoris and vulva in women, penis, and scrotum in men, as well as in the perineum and rectum in both men and women. Pudendal neuralgia tends to get worse while sitting. The pain is usually chronic and affects your quality of life.
Perineal pain can affect both men and women, as well. In men, it is a pain felt between the testicles and the anus, while in women it is a pain felt between the vagina and the anus. In chronic conditions, perineal pain can last for weeks and even months.
Vulvodynia, for example is a chronic disease, characterized by pain in the area around the opening of the vulva. The pain is located at one or more single points, which could cause great difficulties while sitting down or having sexual intercourse. It can make you feel uncomfortable for months and even years. There is no reason for you to feel uncomfortable and embarrassed discussing it with our specialists. There is also no point at suffering at home. Come and get the necessary treatment at Pain Management Brooklyn NYC.
Don’t wait. Get help!
Regardless of what is causing your pelvic pain, you should get medical help. Our team of doctors will focus first on diagnosing your health problem, after which the necessary medical treatment is suggested.
Regardless of what type of pelvic pain you are experiencing, you should get the right medical treatment. There is no point of suffering alone. There is no point of being embarrassed and having a hard time discussing it with a doctor. Our team of pain management specialists will help resolve your problem and ease the pain. Pelvic pain affects your quality of life and it can affect your sexual life as well.
Make an appointment and our doctors will evaluate your health condition, make the right diagnosis and suggest the necessary treatment, which is individually determined based on your condition.
Non – invasive treatment is recommended first, before surgical treatment is even considered.
The most advanced pain management center, Brooklyn pain management doctors and specialists at Pain Physicians NY offer unique, individualized approach to your pelvic pain. We are using the most effective pain management and treatment options including electrical nerve stimulation, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and Corticosteroid Injections and utilizing the latest technologies available in USA.
Pain Management Brooklyn
2279 Coney Island Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11223
(718) 998 – 9890
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26 Court Street, #309, Downtown Brooklyn, NY 11242
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