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The ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ Guide to Catastrophisation
For sufferers of male chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS) the downward spiral is all too familiar…
A twinge in the pelvis signalling something’s not right is often all it takes for the floodgates to open and suddenly the mind is consumed with thoughts of yet another flare-up, while the body becomes increasingly sensitive and tender.
Before long, the sharp pain in the groin is back and it feels like life is being turned upside down all over again.
It’s a catastrophe – or is it?
Use our eight-point guide to help nip catastrophisation in the bud and stop the downward spiral in its tracks.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN
RESTORE YOUR WELLBEING
UNDERSTAND WHATS HAPPENING
Understanding your symptoms helps you to remain in control
Learn how to reduce the pain’s intensity
DRIVE YOUR RECOVERY
Take control of your own recovery
MEET THE AUTHORS
Karl is a clinical therapist with 20 years’ experience in sports and advanced clinical massage. As a former chronic pelvic pain sufferer, Karl has dedicated the past 10 years to the study and treatment of the condition.
Karl Monahan - Male Pelvic Health Specialist, Founder of the Pelvic Pain Clinic and Pelvic Pain Matters.
David is a London-based writer and editor. He suffered with chronic pelvic pain for eight years before turning from conventional treatment to a more holistic approach. David now lives his life pain free.
David Lowe - recovered pelvic pain sufferer, journalist, writer and founder of Pelvic Pain Matters.
Tim is a self-confessed pain geek who splits his time between a clinical role as a specialist pain physiotherapist and an educator. He brings this wealth of experience to Pelvic Pain Matters, where he helps run things behind the scenes, and advises on content.
Tim Beames, pain expert, complex pain clinician and founder of Pelvic Pain Matters and Le Pub Scientifique.
Joanna is a business development expert with 20 years’ experience working for health education brands like NOI, Le Pub Scientifique and MasterSessions. Her considerable skills and know-how are put to good use on Pelvic Pain Matters’ marketing, events and operations.
Joanna Taylor - business development strategist, founder of Pelvic Pain Matters and Le Pub Scientifique.
YOUR TIME IS NOW
There is light at the end of the tunnel and our message to
everyone is that
recovery is most definitely possible
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