Rectal Pain

Interstitial Cystitis (IC):

Posted by on Nov 20, 2013 in Rectal Pain, Visceral Pain

Interstitial Cystitis (IC): bladder pain syndrome, is a chronic inflammatory condition of the submucosal and muscular layers of the bladder. Interstitial cystitis presents as pain related to the bladder with urgency and frequency to urinate. There is also pelvic floor muscle dysfunction which involves overactivity, spasm, trigger points, shortening, and pain. Here we observe my patient’s cystoscopy results. We are looking inside the bladder via a little camera. You see some red spots which are called glomerulations. Glomerulations are irritated blood vessels which produce tiny areas of...

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Patient Testimony: Aimee, 37, California

Posted by on Nov 5, 2013 in Gastrointestinal, Hemorrhoids, Rectal Pain, Testimonials, Vulvodynia

“I was diagnosed with chronic Lyme’s disease which caused gastrointestinal issues, TMJ pain, chronic headaches, vulvodynia, rectal pain and hemorrhoids. I have been in physical therapy for the last 8 years with some improvement. I’ve been under the care of Dr. Morrison for the last 3 months and I’ve seen more improvement in these last 3 months then I’ve seen over my full course of treatment. I truly believe Dr. Morrison would have been able to completely get me better if my body wasn’t still fighting Lyme’s disease. My pelvic floor is the most improved. My burning is almost completely...

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