Pelvic Pain Syndrome - Pudendal Nerve Neuropathy

There is no reason for anyone to suffer from pelvic pain syndrome (pudendal neuropathy PN) because the condition is no different than that of sciatica, thoracic outlet syndrome, or even carpal tunnel syndrome. All are forms of neuropathy, just affecting different peripheral nerves.

Solving any neuropathy demands a higher level of skill from the health care practitioner if treatments are to be successful. Resolving pudendal neuralgia requires that 3 phases in the treatment process be correctly executed with precision. They are:

  • All soft tissue structures along the pudendal nerve pathways from vertebral nerve root levels to the affected organs be analyzed for the presence of soft connective tissue dysfunctions. Physical stretch or compression of the pudendal nerve or its many branches will cause pudendal neuropathy.
  • The pudendal nerve must be checked to determine whether it has suffered damage due to physical or metabolic harm. This involves the use of a neurostimulator and high energy magnetic impulse reaction to test the nerve’s ability to transmit impulses correctly.
  • Treatments must be able to correct all identified factors involved in the condition. This means the removal of all dysfunctions causing stretch or compression of the nerve, regenerate damaged nerve fibres by way of neurostimulation regeneration therapy, and ensure all systemic metabolic processes are functioning normally.

Specializing in the treatment of chronic pain conditions gives us the knowledge we need to solve complex conditions as pudendal neuralgia. Even more, we are board certified in the diagnosis and treatment of neuropathy which gives us unique skills with all forms of neuropathy.

Our clinic is fully equipped with the most advanced tools/technology to solve chronic pain whether it be a neuropathy like pudendal neuropathy, or other musculoskeletal conditions like frozen shoulder, chronic back pain, or chronic headaches. The tools/technology we use in all pudendal neuropathy protocols include:

  • Nerve neurostimulator/regenerator technology
  • EMS original Radial/focused shockwave therapy
  • High energy Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy
  • Cardiovascular enhancement technology oxygenation
  • Trigenics myoneural Stimulation
  • Vascular infrared light therapy

TESTIMONIAL: Hi Glenn, I hope you remember me.  I visited your clinic several months ago.  I had 2 treatments with you for what I thought was a mild case of Pudendal Nerve Entrapment.  I was a bit depressed and so stressed out because of this condition and the symptoms I was feeling.  We both thought that I may need additional treatments but I am so HAPPY to tell you that everything completely cleared up for me.  I am so grateful for finding you and for the treatments you did for me.  Thank you so much for the work you do! You literally change lives.  Thank you, Yana T from Innisfil, ON"
TESTIMONIAL: Dear Glenn and Lynn, Words can't describe how thankful I am to both of you although the treatment didn't help me.  I'm still thankful for all Glenn's efforts, advice, and generosity.  I'm immensely grateful for your help and sympathy.  Qualities like these are hard to find in people nowadays...Thank you both from the bottom of my heart!  Forever grateful, Svetlana (Pleasanton, CA)

Treatment Success

Not all who visit us for pudendal neuropathy treatments go home with their condition resolved.  Our unique diagnostic process may detect a causative factor that prevents us from executing our protocol.  Successfully resolving PN requires the identification and correction of all causes, so if any identified cause is not within our ability to correct, we can’t resolve the PN.  We do not treat the symptoms of any condition we treatment, but rather focus on causes to ensure a high success rate. 

Examples of complicating causes we have seen in past pudendal neuropathy situations include:

  • Torn acetabular (hip) labrum cartilage resulting in an unstable hip joint
  • Moderate/severe acetabular (hip) articular degeneration
  • Tarloff cysts
  • Severe unrelenting anxiety experienced in the pelvic region
  • Structural lumbar vertebrae with resulting nerve root compression

Even in the presence of complicating factors, most cases of pudendal neuropathy are resolvable, but other healthcare specialists may be required to administer their specialty first before the actual condition can then be treated. 

All chronic pain conditions require a thorough and complete diagnosis to determine all causes and complicating factors relating to the condition.  Do not rush out and place all your hopes on a single intervention or you will likely be met with failure, severe disappointment, and regress further into a state of despair. 

Pelvic pain syndrome (pudendal neuralgia PN) is medically termed a syndrome instead of a disease process, inflammatory condition or disorder.  Syndromes get their name whenever they have many different causes, some known, some unknown, and usually many major contributing factors.  If this complex condition is to be successfully treated, all such causes and contributing factors must be correctly identified and resolved.  Those whom we successfully treated were those cases where all causes were correctly identified and resolved.


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