Researchers at the University of Southern California are working to understand chronic pelvic pain and improve the lives of people with this condition• Who can participate?
Adult males with Chronic Pelvic Pain are eligible.• What is involved?
Participants will be asked to complete a series of questionnaires
followed by an MRI.• How long does it take?
3 hours, including an evaluation by a licensed physical therapist.• Where do the studies take place?
The Dornsife Cognitive Neuroscience Imaging Center at USC’s University
Park Campus.• What does it cost?
There is no cost to you. You will be compensated for your travel.• How do I get involved?
Interested participants please contact Jason Kutch, Ph.D. at
323.442.1760 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Age: 27 | Onset Age: 26 | Symptoms: Pelvic pain (began w/ introduction into bladder/prostate of highly resistant strain of bacteria that was acquired via a Botox injection intended to treat levator ani syndrome) | Helped By: Paxil for anxiety, Trigger point release and trigger point injections, stretches, hot baths, Prosta-Q | Worsened By: Stress/anxiety, Sitting down for long periods,