Hey Guys, I posted a few months back and the post did not gain any traction unfortunately. I thought I would try again on behalf of all the pelvic neuralgia sufferers out there (hate the word sufferer). The goal of this post is not to describe past trauma... we all know we've had that. Being in this position yields a high population of people that have been through the ringer. The goal is to shed some light on pelvic pain conditions. I would venture to say pelvic pain is in vogue now, but there are few discussions on this forum about it. I have one sided pudendal nerve sensations. It doesn't move, but can cause a range of symptoms from pain while moving, sitting, urinary frequency/burning, sexual dysfunction/burning, anxiety, ect. Even on the best of tms facebook groups, pelvic pain posters are dead-set on Pelvic PT. They are convinced that combining PT and TMS work is the solution. Such thoughts really put me back in terms of TMS progress. I did PT for a couple years. I am mixed on the results as I was working 60-90 hour weeks and was dealing with a lot of life stuff that made doing the exercises difficult. Thus, I gave up PT, not really seeing how light stretching and massage can solve such a complex issue. It seemed like just a bandaid that would be torn off later that day as soon as I went about my normal life. As a ex-collegiate soccer player, we never used foam rolling and massage to correct an injury, we used them as tools for injury prevention in warm-ups, to break down lactic acid and get us ready to move. As such, is there anyone in the TMS community that has solved pelvic nerve pain issues with solely tms methods. I really want to get back to lifting weights (squats, deadlifts, compound movements). It was a huge part of my identity, and I've been dealing with pelvic issues for the better part of 18 years (4 being severe), I'm 27 now. I look forward to any meaningful discussion we can all have!