In any case, I have been seeing them for almost a month and my symptoms have dropped to consistently being 60% better. Since I had been dealing with my urologist and attempts at self PT for months at this point that is a huge upswing. I'll just write down how a typical treatment goes and then a pro/con list.
First visit is 2 hours where a thorough assessment is done. She checked overall posture, flexibility, sensitive areas and my CPPS story. After that treatment started which was a mixture of myofascial release, trigger points (both external and internal) and probably some other stuff I didn't really understand. Afterwards I was given a list of 'homework' which involved specific stretches, trigger points and lifestyle changes (such as drinking x amount of water, trying to lengthen time between peeing, using a standing desk, etc.).
Follow up visits are just an assessment of how things are going, PT work and then any changes to homework.
- The therapists really know their stuff since this is what the focus on solely
- It's not cookie cutter, they really focus on your feedback and make changes based on it. My wife is a LMT so she gave me extra things she could do to help.
- I can confirm it has been helping at least 1 person (myself).
- They are BOOKED up. It can take a few weeks to get your first appt though they do have a cancellation list.
- They aren't cheap. $175 a visit and they don't take insurance.