Author | Gloria Bachmann, MD

Articles

Subjective and Objective Outcomes of Botulinum Toxin Type A Treatment in Vestibulodynia

October 24, 2011

Article

Botulinum toxin type A may be effective in reducing coital pain in vestibulodynia with levator ani tenderness, but has little effect on vestibular allodynia.

The Web-enabled Glazer Surface Electromyographic Protocol

October 24, 2011

Article

The Web-enabled Glazer Surface Electromyographic Protocol for the Remote, Real-time Assessment and Rehabilitation of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction in Vulvar Vestibulitis Syndrome: A Case Report

Surface Electromyographic Biofeedback of Pelvic Floor Musculature

October 24, 2011

Article

Biofeedback is a self regulation training technique derived from well established principles of human learning. Biofeedback is a technique, not a stand alone treatment, which is one component of a behavioral training program to facilitate acquisition of pelvic floor muscle control and other continence skills.

Vulvar Vestibulitis Syndrome with Electromyographic Biofeedback of Pelvic Floor Musculature

October 24, 2011

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Thirty-three women diagnosed as suffering from vulvar vestibulitis syndrome, marked by a significant history of long-term moderate to severe chronic introital dyspareunia and tenderness of the vulvar vestibule, were selected for treatment.