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New Publication Covers Hypertension and Pelvic Pain Syndrome


In a recent study titled, “”Hypertension and urologic chronic pelvic pain syndrome: An analysis of MAPP-I data” Researchers from the University of Florida, including Aaron Mickle and Kimberly Sibille, delved into the connection between high blood pressure (hypertension) and urologic chronic pelvic pain syndrome (UCPPS).

Researchers analyzed data from the Multidisciplinary Approach to the Study of Chronic Pelvic Pain (MAPP) Research Network and discovered something fascinating: individuals with UCPPS were found to have a higher likelihood of hypertension compared to those without UCPPS.

The results of this data suggest a significant connection between hypertension and UCPPS. Understanding this link could lead to improved treatments and management strategies for both conditions!

The article has been published in BMC Urology! Check it out here!

PRICE Affiliate Featured in Neuraxial Text


Research coming out of the Center for Clinical Research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has been published in Neuraxial Therapeutics.

The chapter, ‘Neuraxial Delivery of Targeted Toxins for Long-Term Pain Control’ features PRICE affiliate Robert Caudle, and focuses on a cutting-edge approach involves delivering specialized toxins directly to the nervous system to manage chronic pain. By targeting specific pain pathways, these toxins offer long-lasting relief without the side effects of traditional pain medications!

This innovative approach could revolutionize how we treat chronic pain!

Learn more here!