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Real-Life Success Story of Chronic Pelvic Pain Patient Portrays Journey of Recovery and Healing
Date:1/29/2013

ays of using the new device, Michelle noticed improvements in her bladder pain, her painful bowel movements started normalizing and she needed less pain medication. Six months of treatment, and Michelle had discontinued most of her pain medications, she could sleep through the night, bathroom visits no longer dominated her schedule, and she lost 36 pounds. “I’ve got so much more energy! I feel so much better!” beams Ms. Brown. “I can walk around more. I can do the games with the kids where you’re moving around,” adds Michelle.

Remarks Dr. David Wiseman, founder of the International Adhesions Society, “the results from the participation of Michelle and others in the PainShield® MD clinical study were so compelling and game-changing that we set up KevMed, LLC to market the device.” Results of the PainShield MD clinical study can be found on the KevMed website. PainShield® MD is believed to act by delivering therapeutic ultrasound energy to the pelvic muscles and other tissues, increasing blood flow, reducing spasms and reducing pain. Unlike conventional ultrasound, its miniature format means that its use is not limited to a therapist’s office or only 30 minutes of therapy at a time. The fact that PainShield MD can be worn for several hours at a time, almost anywhere, means that therapy can be provided over an extended period, maximizing its benefit.

Over 15 million patients in the US suffer from various overlapping disorders that include pelvic pain, abdominal pain, adhesions, bowel obstruction, endometriosis, interstitial cystitis (IC), painful bladder syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), vulvodynia, dyspareunia (painful intercourse), dyschezia (painful defecation), sacroiliac joint pain, pudendal neuralgia and pelvic flo
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