Increasing Orgasm and Decreasing Dyspareunia by a Manual Physical Therapy Technique

Lawrence J. Wurn, LMT; Belinda F. Wurn, PT; C. Richard King, MD; Amanda S. Roscow, MPT; Eugenia S. Scharf, PhD; Jonathan J. Shuster, PhD

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The results of the present study suggest that many cases of orgasm dysfunction and dyspareunia are treatable by a distinctive site-specific protocol of manual soft-tissue therapy. The treatment also seems to improve other aspects of sexual dysfunction, including desire, arousal, lubrication, and satisfaction. The therapy, designed to maximize function by restoring visceral, osseous, and soft-tissue mobility, is a nonsurgical, noninvasive technique with no risks and few, if any, adverse effects. As such, it should be considered a new adjunct to existing gynecologic and medical treatments of sexual pain and dysfunction.

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