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Published Articles by Dr. Weiss

Pitfalls in the Effective Diagnosis and Treatment of Pudendal Nerve Entrapment, 2004, originally published in International Pelvic Pain Society, Vision, Vol. 13, No. 3.
PT and PNE, 2004, originally published in Advance Magazine for Physical Therapists, Vol. 15, Issue 21, pg. 47.
Pelvic Floor Myofascial Trigger Points:  Manual Therapy for Interstitial Cystitis and the Urgency-Frequency Syndrome, 2001, originally published in Journal of Urology, Vol .166, pg(s) 2226-2231.
Chronic Pelvic Pain and Myofascial Trigger Points, 2000, originally published in The Pain Clinic, December 2000, Vol. 2: No. 6: pgs 13-18.

Presentations by Dr. Weiss

Missing Links in the Treatment of Chronic Pelvic Pain, Continuing Education Program, Saint Francis Memorial Hospital Medical Staff, October 2008
Chronic Pelvic Pain, Muscle and Nerve Dysfunction, Saint Francis Memorial Hospital Surgical Department, July 2008
Post–Operative Management of Persistent Pain, presented at the 31st Annual Meeting of the International Urogynecolocial Associateion, Athens, Greece, September 5-7, 2006,
Pudendal Nerve Entrapment, presented at the International Pelvic Pain Society’s 10th Scientific Meeting on Chronic Pelvic Pain in Alberta, Canada, August 2003.
Pelvic Pain, Brown Bag Lecture presented at the University of California Medical Center, San Francisco, March 2001.
Questions and Answers on Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, Interstitial Cystitis Network Chat Log, August 4, 1999.
The Role of Myofascial Trigger Pints in Interstitial Cystitis, presented at the Interstitial Cystitis Conference, October 20, 1999.



Dr. Weiss’ forthcoming book, Breaking Through Chronic Pelvic Pain, is being written to bring his innovative holistic treatment approach to the attention of the millions men and women who are suffering from the debilitating symptoms of chronic pelvic pain or dysfunction (CPP) but may not be receiving appropriate care.

This comprehensive work will be an invaluable resource for lay readers and practitioners alike. It will explain the core muscle and nerve causes of all major CPP conditions and describe how to effectively treat each condition non-surgically. A wealth of fascinating case histories and superb illustrations will help patients fully understand the problems in the pelvis that they are experiencing.