Books and Products

Behind the Movement 

Author Amy Stein, DPT, BCB-PMD, IF (Doctorate of Physical Therapy, SEMG Biofeedback Certification – Pelvic Muscle Dysfunction, International Society of the Study of Women’s Health Fellow) is a leading expert and at the forefront of treating pelvic floor dysfunction and pelvic pain, specializing in functional manual therapy for all people, including children.

Amy is the author of the award-winning book, Heal Pelvic Pain, an easy-read, self-help book. She also created a video called Healing Pelvic and Abdominal Pain: The Ultimate Home Program for Patients and a Guide for Practitioners. Her second book. Beating Endo: How to Reclaim Your Life from Endometriosis, offers readers an anti-inflammatory lifestyle protocol that incorporates physical therapy, nutrition, mindfulness, and environment to systematically address the conditions associated with endometriosis.

Amy lectures internationally, is featured in the Endo What? documentary, and has been interviewed in media outlets ranging from the medical segments of popular TV shows, like Dr. Oz, ABC’s 20/20, and Good Morning La La Land, to magazines, including Elle, Prevention, Parents, and More, and newspapers such as the New York Daily News. She is a member of ISSWSH, the NVA, ISSVD, ICA, Endometriosis Association and the APTA Women’s Health section. Amy received her Masters in Physical Therapy from Nova Southeastern University in 1999, and her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2013.

Amy Stein on Pelvic Pain

“I talk about the pelvic floor all the time. As one of the pioneer physical therapists specializing in pelvic floor dysfunction, I have been treating patients afflicted with these disorders for over twenty years. I have seen how the exercises and therapies I prescribe — breathing, relaxing, strengthening, stretching, toning, diet — don’t just heal the disorders but can prevent them from occurring in the first place. At the same time, these exercises and therapies can ward off the effects of aging while enhancing patients’ lives immeasurably.


Amy Stein on Pelvic Pain

“One of the ongoing missions of my practice is to address physicians in these and other specialties about the disorders they might be seeing and that can be treated — and have been successfully treated — by physical therapy.

Amy Stein on Pelvic Pain

“Healthcare practitioners – and patients, too – are becoming much more receptive to this message. Better-informed healthcare consumers are less and less willing to pop pills that may produce side-effects worse than the cure or to undergo costly and irrevocable surgeries. They are increasingly interested in healing themselves through exercise, nutrition, and lifestyle behavior, and they are ready to do the work such healing may require.

Amy Stein on Pelvic Pain

“But there are still far too many people who find it difficult to even have a conversation with their doctors about the pain they have “there,” or about their trouble with urination or defecation, or — most intimate of all — about a problem with sex. Even worse, their doctors may not ask.

Amy Stein on Pelvic Pain

“Our work at Beyond Basics, our outreach to physicians, clinicians, and patients, and the books and video we have produced are all designed to educate and to relieve physical and emotional pain and discomfort. Nothing is more gratifying to me than to be able to help people who have been suffering for years to find hope and healing.”

About Heal Pelvic Pain

Amy Stein’s book, Heal Pelvic Pain, is useful for any person at any age who suffers from any type of pelvic floor disorder. The book offers relief and recovery – not through surgery and not through drugs – but through strengthening, stretching and relaxation exercises, manual techniques, biofeedback, deep massage, heat and cold, and the other modalities of physical therapy, as well as self-care and nutrition.

Written in an easy-to-read style for people suffering with pelvic pain, Heal Pelvic Pain educates the reader on what the pelvic floor is and its importance in urinary, bowel, and sexual function. It provides invaluable information about how to cure pelvic pain, incontinence, IBS, and other bladder, bowel, and sexual disorders. The book also discusses preventative measures for overall good health and wellness.

If you or someone you care for are living with the debilitating reality of pelvic pain, you will benefit from the program presented in Heal Pelvic Pain.

About Beating Endo

From Dr. Iris Orbuch and Dr. Amy Stein, two of the world’s leading experts in endometriosis, comes an essential, first-of-its kind book that unwraps the mystery of the disease and gives women the tools they need to reclaim their lives from it.

Approximately one out of every 10 women has endometriosis, an inflammatory disease that causes chronic pain, limits life’s activities, and may lead to infertility. Despite the disease’s prevalence, the average woman may suffer for a decade or more before receiving an accurate diagnosis. Once she does, she’s often given little more than a prescription for pain killers and a referral for the wrong kind of surgery.

Beating Endo arms women with what has long been missing—even within the medical community—namely, cutting-edge knowledge of how the disease works and what the endo sufferer can do to take charge of her fight against it.

Leading gynecologist and endometriosis specialist Dr. Iris Orbuch and world-renowned pelvic pain specialist and physical therapist Dr. Amy Stein have long partnered with each other and with other healthcare practitioners to address the disease’s host of co-existing conditions—which can include pelvic floor muscle dysfunction, gastrointestinal ailments, painful bladder syndrome, central nervous system sensitization—through a whole-mind/whole-body approach.

Beating Endo formalizes the multimodal program they developed, offering readers an anti-inflammatory lifestyle protocol that incorporates physical therapy, nutrition, mindfulness, and environment to systematically addresses each of the disease’s co-conditions on an ongoing basis up to and following excision surgery. The program has achieved successful outcomes for their patients – it works to restore health, vitality, and quality of life to women with endo by putting the tools of renewed health in the hands of those whose health is at risk.

Solomon’s Seal + Arnica + Calendula salve – inflammation + pain formula – 60 mg/ml

Amy recently founded her own line of healing CBD products, Wellness x Nature, that aims to further assist and inspire those on their mission to good health and healing.

Large Size 60ml – White Willow Bark + Kava Therapeutic Lubricant & Intimacy Oil – 15 mg/ml

Our original, maximum strength therapeutic intimacy oil crafted with white willow bark and kava to help soothe pelvic and genital pain caused by a variety of conditions. Formulated with full-spectrum CBD from USDA organic-certified, regeneratively-grown hemp and natural and organic botanicals. At 900 mg of CBD in our 2 oz bottle, our maximum strength lube packs a real punch to help ease pain during all of your intimate moments.

Solomon’s Seal + Ginger CBD tonic- inflammation + stress formula – 60 mg/ml

Our original tonic formulated with Solomon’s seal to help soothe inflammation and ease stress. With added ginger and tangerine essential oil to create a warm, pleasant flavor.

Standard Size 30ml – White Willow Bark + Kava Therapeutic Lubricant & Intimacy Oil – 15 mg/ml

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About Healing Pelvic and Abdominal Pain

Far too many people live with unexplained, mis-diagnosed pelvic, abdominal, and back pain. The goal of this video is to explain the various symptoms and possible causes of pelvic and abdominal pain, and to guide people of all ages through gentle massages and stretches to help ease their pain and discomfort. The video explains what abdomino-pelvic pain syndromes and pelvic floor dysfunction are from a musculoskeletal perspective and offers easy-to-follow internal manual therapy techniques.

Armed with the information, techniques, and guidance in this video, sufferers can feel significant relief and make measurable and welcome progress on their path to healing.

Radio Interviews 


Sept. 18. The show airs Tuesday 7-7:30 p.m. EST on WGBB 1240AM Long Island.


Sept. 26 at 11:05 a.m. ET: 25-minute live interview. WOCA-AM is a commercial station owned by Westshore Broadcasting, Inc: broadcasts to the Ocala/Madison County, FL area at 1370 AM.


Oct. 11. Host: Donna Colonna


Nov. 7 : (10-minute) 10:33 a.m. 7-8 a.m. (PT) on KKNW-AM and also from 9-11 a.m. (PT) on Saturdays and 4-6 p.m. (PT) on Sundays on Radio Station KSBN in Spokane, WA.

Listen here.

6. KTIP-AM (1450 AM): "Bodytalk" podcast

Nov. 8, 2pm PST
“Body Talk” 1660 N Newcomb St; Porterville, CA 93257-9295
Host: Mimi Stoneburner


1968 S. ALAFAYA TRAIL, #185, ORLANDO, FL 32828
15-20 minute Nov. 14 at 1 pm (ET)

8. WCBS-AM: "Health and Well Being Report"

8:30am (ET) on Nov. 18-(10-minute taped);PODCAST

524 West 57th Street,New York, NY 10019

9. WBZ-AM: "Women's Watch With Laurie Kirby"

Monday, Nov. 24 at 10:30am.; 15-minute taped.

1170 Soldier’s Field Road, Boston, MA 02134

10. WBAI-FM: NY: "Woman: Body and Soul"

Thursday, December 11-12-1pm live Host: Natalie Thandiwe Broadcasts to the New York area at 99.5 FM; station: Wattage: 50000


Amy Stein did a live half-hour interview at 2:30 pm (ET) on Oct. 21.


Amy Stein did a 10-minute taped interview on Oct. 27 at 11:10am (ET).


10-25 minute taped interview on Oct. 15 at 7:35 a.m. (CST).


Amy Stein did a 25-minute taped interview on Oct. 17 at 11:15 am (EST).

15. Reclaiming Your Sexual Health With Amy Stein

September 23, 2020. LifePix Relationsips. “Reclaiming Your Sexual Health With Amy Stein”

16. Tapping Into Your Pelvis with Dr. Amy Stein

July 24, 2020. Mighty Talks. “Tapping Into Your Pelvis with Dr. Amy Stein”

17. An Interview with Dr. Iris Orbuch and Amy Stein

March 20, 2020. PT Below the Waist . “An Interview with Dr. Iris Orbuch and Amy Stein”

18. An Interview with Amy Stein…

March 6, 2020. PT Below the Waist . “An Interview with Amy Stein…”

19. Dr. Iris Orbuch and Dr. Amy Stein Discuss Beating Endo

October 16, 2019. Courageous Wellness. “Dr. Iris Orbuch and Dr. Amy Stein Discuss Beating Endo”

20. Beating Endo - The missing link between Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain with Amy Stein DPT

October 9, 2019. Not Defined By Endo. “Beating Endo – The missing link between Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain with Amy Stein DPT”

21. Iris Orbuch and Amy Stein

July 10, 2019. Good Morning Lala Land Interview. Iris Orbuch and Amy Stein

22. How to Reclaim Your Life From Endo Part 2

July 15, 2019. Beyond Your Wildest Dreams . “How to Reclaim Your Life From Endo Part 2”

23. Heal Pelvic Pain With Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist Amy Stein

May 21, 2019. The V Hive . “Heal Pelvic Pain With Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist Amy Stein”

24. Women’s Health and Pelvic Pain

April 6, 2017. Dr. Joe Tatta: The Healing Pain Podcast. “Women’s Health and Pelvic Pain”

25. Discussing Pelvic, Bladder, Bowel and Sexual Disorders

February 15, 2016. The Pelvic Messenger. “Discussing Pelvic, Bladder, Bowel and Sexual Disorders”

26. Intimate Rose Interview

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27. IPPS: Pelvic Health Summit

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28. Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine Interview

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29. An Interview with Dr. Iris Orbuch and Amy Stein

Dec. 30, 2020

30. Tapping Into Your Pelvis with Dr. Amy Stein

Dec. 30, 2020

31. Reclaiming Your Sexual Health with Amy Stein

Dec. 30, 2020

32. An Interview with Amy Stein, PT, DPT, BCB-PMD, IF

Dec. 30, 2020

33. Corey Hazama | Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy and Pain

Dec. 30, 2020


Heal Pelvic Pain

Beating Endo

Healing Pelvic and Abdominal Pain

“Beating Endo is a brilliant, accessible, and easy-to-understand text that any woman who suffers from endometriosis can pick up and greatly benefit from. As a longtime proponent of team-based healthcare, the “1-2 powerful solution-packed punch” that Dr. Orbuch and Dr. Stein offer is unparalleled, making Beating Endo a must-read for any woman suffering from endometriosis.”

Dr. Ginger Garner, DPT | Author, Medical Therapeutic Yoga
Women’s Health PT, EudeMOMiaTM
Founder & Executive Director, Professional Yoga Therapy Institute®

“I have always recommended Amy’s book Heal Pelvic Pain and video Healing Pelvic and Abdominal Pain to my patients. These are great resources for our patients to learn exercise, massage, relaxation and other self-help techniques.”

– Elizabeth Makous MSPT CLT PRPC CES | The Pelvic Whisperer

“Amy Stein’s Healing Pelvic and Abdominal Pain is a great start to relieving, and possibly curing, abdominopelvic pain. Her DVD is intelligent and compassionate, a must for anyone suffering from pelvic or abdominal pain.”

– Dr. Fred Howard OB-GYN | Founder, International Pelvic Pain Society

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