We offer education, events and other related content to give you a better understanding of the Chronic Pelvic Pain guidelines.
Chronic primary pelvic pain syndrome (CPPPS) is the occurrence of chronic pelvic pain when there is no proven infection or other obvious local pathology that may account for the pain. It is often associated with negative cognitive, behavioural, sexual or emotional consequences, and with symptoms suggestive of lower urinary tract, sexual, bowel or gynaecological dysfunction
The philosophy for the management of chronic pelvic pain (CPP) is based on a bio-psychosocial model. This is a holistic approach with patients’ active involvement. This Cheat Sheet will give you insight into this approach.