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Best Clinics and Doctors

Seeing the right doctor can make a big difference. Choose wisely. The clinics and doctors listed here are the best in the world - these are people who have researched our condition in depth and have extensive and current knowledge.

Cautionary note: unfortunately, there are a number of quacks active in this field. Be sure to review our forum for warnings about suspect clinics, therapists and doctors before travelling long distances or trying unproven treatments. As for your local urologist, please note that treating chronic prostatitis or CPPS reasons.

Any urologist reading this page who has a special interest in this disease, is up-to-date with current scientific research on the condition and would like to be included here, please contact us.

Note: DO NOT email these MDs with personal medical questions!


The National Center for Pelvic Pain Research (N. California), where you may see David Wise, Ph.D. and Dr Rodney Anderson, MD.




Dr Ragi Doggweiler is a urologist trained in myofascial pain and trigger point injections and hypnotherapy. Her special interests include bladder pain syndrome/interstitial cystitis (BPS/IC) and CPPS. She works at University Urology in Knoxville, Tennessee.



Dr. Daniel Shoskes MD FRCS. Dr. Shoskes has his own website. Has an interest in quercetin and other phytochemicals .



The Prostatitis Clinic at the Univ. of Washington, Seattle led by Prof. Richard Berger. Has an interest in Botox treatment of the pelvic floor.



Richard Alexander

 

Dr Richard Alexander, interested in autoimmunity and CPPS, works at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Holds a patent for diagnosing and treating CP/CPPS.


Pain Relief Clinics:

Tampa Bay Pain Relief, Florida