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pelviperineology. 2020; 39(1): 34-37 | DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2020.39.01.007

Case report: Application of the biomechanical model of Fascial Manipulation® in the case of vulvodynia

PAWE? MALICKI1, JAROS?AW CIECHOMSKI2
1TERPA Clinic, Lublin, Poland, 2Osteopathic and Rehabilitation Clinic, Pozna?, Poland

Vulvodynia is one of the more common pelvic floor dysfunction that women suffer from and affects up to 20% of women and is mostly seen as a dysfunction of the pelvis, lumbar spine and hip joint. It is not enough to base gynecological or physiotherapeutic interview only on the symptoms associated with this region of the body, but even seemingly “unrelated” symptoms such as endocrine dysfunctions or skin alterations, which at first may seem unrelated to physiotherapy, need to be taken in consideration. Vulvodynia is a complex and multidimensional problem requiring a comprehensive approach. The Fascial Manipulation concept is the only physiotherapeutic method giving the possibility of such a global analysis of a patient and focused on the cause of effective treatment. The data collected in detail, combined with the motor and palpation verification, allow the therapy to be planned in detail and with a very good result.


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MALICKI P, CIECHOMSKI J. Case report: Application of the biomechanical model of Fascial Manipulation® in the case of vulvodynia. 2020; 39(1): 34-37

Corresponding Author: MALICKI P.

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