Chronic Pelvic Pain

Alliance for Pelvic Pain: Connecting the Dots of Your Experience

By Fiona McMahon, DPT

Come join us on May 20-22, 2016 for aAPP image patient retreat! Beyond Basics Physical Therapy is partnering with a host of other top experts in the field of Pelvic Pain to hold a weekend long retreat at Honor’s Haven Resort & Spa in Ellenville, NY. This weekend-long retreat is intended for patients (both men and women) who are managing persistent pelvic, genital, back and sexual pain. The retreat will feature educational seminars, workshops, and one-on-one treatment with various healthcare professionals in the field of pelvic pain. Participants will also have the ability to enjoy the many amenities of the resort itself, such as the fitness center, spa facilities, and outdoor/indoor sports facilities.

For patients who need financing for their healthcare journey, consider or request a corporation to sponsor your participation in this wonderful opportunity.

For more information, please check out our flyer or and read some of our patient testimonials below. Register early! Spots will fill fast!

“The Alliance for Pelvic Pain retreat was a life-changing experience. It was wonderful to meet so many other women w/ similar symptoms. I felt incredibly supported & understood.”
– 2013 Retreat Participant

“The event was beyond my expectations. I am in my upper twenties and connected to people in all age ranges. I received guidance from older people who also told me how much they respected me for having this challenge at such a young age.” – 2013 Retreat Participant

“I left the conference feeling much more of that sense of integration, and with a sense of connectedness to everyone else there. I have much more I could say about this, but I just wanted to say how deeply meaningful the whole experience was for me and how grateful I am for you to have provided it.” – 2013 Retreat Participant

2016 flierDisclaimer: The Alliance For Pelvic Pain requires a certain amount of participants to run the event.

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