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Welcome to the IPPS Find a Provider. This free service allows you to locate health care providers who specialize in pelvic pain. 


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AlexandraAdlerLowellMAUnited StatesTraining: Yale School of Medicine, Medical schoolCambridge Health Alliance, Transitional internshipMassachusetts General Hospital, Anesthesia ResidencyMassachusetts General Hospital, Pain Fellowship Recent publications: https://www.facingpelvicpain.org/about-the-authorshttps://www.lowellgeneral.org/care-and-services/pain-management-center/pain-management-center
GreciaAlanizChathamONCanadaComing soon.www.radiushealthclinic.com
DeniseAlbertoCampbellCAUnited States www.denisealberto.com
FatemahAlhadhoudKuwait KuwaitSpecialist Obstetrics & Gynecology, MIGSMaternity Hospital Kuwait 
KathyAligeneNew YorkNYUnited States  
LeslieAllenWarwickRIUnited StatesLeslie Allen, DPT, MSPT, CLT, COMT is a doctor of physical therapy at Pelvic Rehabilitation. She graduated with her Master of Science degree from The University of Rhode Island and her doctorate from the Evidence In Motion Institute of Health Professions. With more than 27 years of clinical experience she specializes in pelvic floor disorders, pregnancy, oncology and orthopedics. Dr. Allen is a Certified Lymphedema Therapist and a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist. She received her certifications through Klose training and Evidence in Motion respectively. As an adjunct faculty member at the University of Rhode Island she lectures on breast cancer and lymphedema. Dr. Allen is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the national section on women’s health as well as the Rhode Island special interest group for women and men’s health. 
JessicaAlmMankatoMNUnited States  
RachelAndrewHOBARTTASAustraliaRachel is passionate about women accessing knowledge and treatment, breaking down the taboo of talking about pelvic issues, and now works exclusively in Women’s Health, with a special interest in pelvic pain. Rachel achieved her Masters in this area in 2012, and is now titled by The Australian Physiotherapy Association as a Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapist. She is a member of the Pelvic Pain Foundation, The Continence Foundation of Australia, Australian Physiotherapy Association, The International Pelvic Pain Society and The International Children’s Continence Society.Pelvicphysio.com.au
NicholasAndrewsAlbuquerqueNMUnited StatesDr. Andrews is an assistant professor at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center. He established and maintains the only clinic in the state of New Mexico specifically dedicated to the care of women suffering from chronic pelvic pain. Capitalizing on the expertise of his colleagues at the University of New Mexico, this clinic is able to provide multidisciplinary care with services including pharmacologic management, psychotherapy, pelvic physical therapy, and surgical management with a focus on minimally invasive techniques, including robotics.https://findadoc.health.unm.edu/FADPF/Home/Details/M4CF0XWNW0
SawsanAs-SanieAnn ArborMIUnited StatesDr. As-Sanie is an Associate Professor, Director of the Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery Program and Fellowship, and Director of the Endometriosis and Chronic Pelvic Pain Center at the University of Michigan. Dr. As-Sanie received her medical degree from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and then her clinical training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Case Western Reserve in Cleveland, Ohio. She then completed her Masters in Public Health (MPH) in epidemiology as well as a clinical Fellowship in Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery and Chronic Pelvic Pain at the University of North Carolina. Dr. As-Sanie is the 2018 President of the International Pelvic Pain Society (IPPS). She has served on its board of directors since 2011. She is an NIH-funded clinician scientist whose research interests are aimed at defining the underlying mechanisms involved in the initiation and maintenance of chronic pelvic pain and post-surgical pain, with a focus on endometriosis-associated pelvic pain. Dr. As-Sanie is dedicated to the multimodal and multidisciplinary care of women with chronic pelvic pain, endometriosis, and other complex gynecologic conditions (including uterine fibroids, adenomyosis, abnormal bleeding, and ovarian masses). She offers personalized, patient-centered treatment plans , including laparoscopic surgery and excision of endometriosis when appropriate.https://www.uofmhealth.org/profile/1603/sawsan-sanie-md
DianaAtashrooMenlo ParkCAUnited States  
RuksetAttarIstanbul Turkey  
JaniceBacakBeachwoodOHUnited StatesJanice Bacak PT, DPT is the founder of Resilience Pelvic Physical Therapy and Wellness, LLC. She has been practicing as a Physical Therapist for 20 years, 7 of which have been dedicated to Pelvic Health. She provides a holistic and evidence-based approach to pelvic health issues, including pregnancy/postpartum concerns, pelvic pain, and urinary/bowel concerns. Dr. Bacak holds a Bachelor of Arts in Zoology from Miami University, a Master of Science in Physical Therapy from Washington University and a Clinical Doctorate from Evidence in Motion. She also holds a Certificate in Pelvic Health from Evidence in Motion, where she currently serves as a part-time instructor in their post-professional Pelvic Health Certification program. She is experienced in Dry Needling Therapy and she is a member of the Academy of Pelvic Health and the Private Practice Section of the American Physical Therapy Association.https://www.resiliencepelvicpt.com
BryanBaisingerPortlandORUnited StatesDr. Bryan Baisinger founded Clearwater Clinic in 1997 with a focus on health and wellness for active people of all ages. The IPPS has been a great source for current scientific research aiding Dr. Baisinger's expertise in providing Clinical Pelvic Floor Therapy as a non-surgical method for patients with acute and chronic pelvic pain conditions. Treating chronic pelvic pain in both men and women has been an important platform for understanding the complexities and solutions in this needed field of care. Dr. Baisinger is a Patient Education Committee member for International Pelvic Pain Society, a Oregon Chiropractic Association member, active in the Portland midwifery community and a lecturer on chronic pelvic pain conditions and manual therapy treatments. Dr. Baisinger also specializes in Sports Medicine and is a team physician for Portland State University Athletics Department.www.clearwater-clinic.com
KrisztinaBajzakSt. John'sNLCanadaKrisztina I Bajzák, FRCSC, MD, MSc. Associate Professor, Resident Research Director Discipline of Obstetrics and Gynecology Memorial University of Newfoundland Canada Dr. Bajzák is an Associate Professor at Memorial University in Newfoundland. Her general gynecology practice focuses on minimally invasive surgical procedures, chronic pelvic pain and female sexual health. Dr. Bajzák is fellowship trained in Minimally Invasive Gynecology (MIG) and has served on the Board of the AAGL, the Editorial Board of the Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology, chaired the AAGL Research Committee and currently serves on the Essentials of MIG Advisory Committee. She is also a member of the Board of Directors of CANsage, the Canadian Society for the Advancement of Gynecologic Excellence. As Chair of the International Liaison Committee, she serves on the Board of the International Pelvic Pain Society. Additionally, she is a certified Sex Therapist in the state of Florida and a co-author of the Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology of Canada’s Female Sexual Health Consensus Clinical Guidelines. Dr. Bajzak is the Research Director of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program at Memorial University and in this capacity oversees the research education and research projects of all residents in the program. In terms of her own research interests, Dr. Bajzak has collaborated on projects nationally and internationally and her current research focus is vulvodynia (chronic vulvar pain).http://www.med.mun.ca/Medicine/Faculty/Bajzak,-Krisztina.aspx
RoseBarnes-CovenantWinchesterVAUnited StatesRose is a world traveler, international aid worker, and Pain Recovery Coach. She has a Masters in Public Health from Geroge Washington University. Fluent in French, Rose has over 10 years of experience implementing public health projects in West Africa. She is an expert in public health, program design, behavior change, leadership, and coaching. Founder of Courageous Queendom, Rose works with women to recover from persistent pain due to Psychophysiologic (Mind-Body) Disorders (PPD) using the neuroplasticity of the brain. She is trained in Mind-Body Disorders, Meditation, and Life Coaching.http://www.courageousqueendom.com/
KathleenBarnicleWellesley HillsMAUnited StatesSpecializing in Female Pelvic Health Physical Therapy, including postpartum and orthopedic conditions associated with pelvic pain. 
KennethBarronCharlottesvilleVAUnited StatesDr. Barron completed an American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists fellowship with a specific focus in pelvic pain and a second fellowship in endometriosis surgery before founding the Center for Advanced Gynecology.Www.virginiaGYN.com
KatrinaBartonRound RockTXUnited States Handson-austin.com
AmyBenjaminRochesterNYUnited StatesDr. Benjamin received her Bachelor's Degree in Neuroscience and Behavior from Columbia University in 2001 and her Medical Degree from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry in 2005. She then completed residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2009 at the University of Rochester. She pursued advanced training in gynecologic laparoscopy through an AAGL/SRS fellowship. The fellowship had a strong emphasis on the evaluation and management of chronic pelvic pain. She has also received training and certification in robotic surgery. Since graduating from fellowship, she has been on faculty at the University of Rochester as an Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology. She is Director of the Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery Fellowship and of the Center for Pelvic Pain and Vulvar Disorders. Her primary interests are in endometriosis, chronic pelvic pain, and gender-affirming hysterectomy, employing a minimally invasive approach whenever possible. She welcomes referrals for patients with chronic pelvic pain or those who may require a surgeon with advanced skills in laparoscopic gynecology, including robot-assisted laparoscopy.https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/people/23149861-amy-r-benjamin