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Pain Management

05 Nov 2021
Pain Management

Women's Chronic Pelvic Pain: Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners knowledge and integration

Introduction: Chronic pelvic pain (CPP) in women is persistent, intermittent cyclical and non-cyclical lower abdominal pain, lasting for more than 6 months. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a popular treatment option for women's health conditions, but little is known about how treatment for CPP is delivered by TCM practitioners. The aim of this survey was to explore practitioners understanding and treatment of women with CPP, and how they integrate their care into the healthcare system.

Co-Authors: Dr Mike Armour - Senior Research Fellow - Western Sydney University

 

Speakers
Dr Susan Arentz, Adjunct research fellow, Western Sydney University, Naturopath, Editor - Australia

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