This is an excellent book for chronic cystitis sufferers. They love it because it helps with pain and stress. Their doctors love its well-researched background. And, their yoga teachers love its simple, clearly laid out exercises. 'Anyone chronic cystitis should have this book. The section 'Yoga for a Bad Day' has been particularly helpful for me, as repeated attacks of cystitis leave me too exhausted for other types of exercise.' R. L., Student'As one of the first women board certified in Urology, I have, for some time observed that many chronic problems attributed to the bladder (or other pelvic organs) are actually caused or exacerbated by muscle contraction in response to pain. This condition lies beneath the radar of standard medical explanation. Here, at last, is book identifying this problem and offering practical ways for people to help themselves.' Dr. Muriel R. Friedman, MD'This book is highly recommended to people working on healing themselves. It should be required reading for students and teachers of yoga therapy.' Dr. Alakananda Devi, M.B., B.S. (London), Alandi School of Ayurveda.'An excellent blend of eastern yoga and Western Medicine to the benefit of both.' Shar Lee, Senior Yoga Teacher.Über den Autor:
Dr. Emmey Ripoll, MDDr. Emmey Ripoll, MD is board certified in Urology and Holistic Medicine. She has been practicing Medical Acupuncture for eight years and is certified in Structural Yoga. She also works with osteopathic manipulation and rehabilitation and has authored over twenty-five scientific publications. She practices Urology with the Fergus Falls Medical Group in Fergus Falls, MN.Dawn R. MahowaldDawn R. Mahowald, CYI, certified in Structural Yoga has been working with yoga for over forty years. She has co-authored two books and also incorporates Ayurveda into her practice.Dawn currently practices and teaches privately in Boulder, Colorado. In addition, Dawn and Emmey have produced four yoga videos for people with interstitial cystitis, diabetes, and simple stress incontinence.
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