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Writer Tim Parks Dedicates His Latest Book, Teach Us To Sit Still, To Authors Of A Headache In The Pelvis

Chronic pelvic pain and prostate discomfort led writer Tim Parks on a long journey to find a cure. After an exhaustive, painful and fruitless journey in the fields of conventional medical treatment, he discovered A Headache in the Pelvis, an improbably titled book by Dr. David Wise and Dr. Rodney Anderson. Following a method from the Wise-Anderson Protocol, Parks found his first experience of relief of his symptoms and began pursuing a path that led him to heal himself. This inspired his latest bestseller, Teach Us to Sit Still.

Wise-Anderson Protocol Relieves Pain With a Treatment that Does Not Utilize Drugs or Surgery

In his new book, Teach Us To Sit Still, Tim Parks includes David Wise, PhD and Rodney Anderson, MD in his dedication. Parks relates to readers his painful experience of seeking to find help for his pelvic pain in the hallways of conventional medicine and then his transformative experience using the Wise-Anderson Protocol, otherwise referred to as the Stanford Protocol, to treat his symptoms. Parks began his journey to alleviate his own pain by following one of the methods outlined in A Headache in the Pelvis.

Tim Parks Explores The Connection Between Stress And Health

Tim Parks was so moved by the transformative experience he had in reading A Headache in the Pelvis that he included in part of his dedication of his latest title, Teach Us to Sit Still, the authors, Dr. David Wise and Dr. Rodney Anderson. Parks’ book explores his journey to healing his pelvic pain and the stress related to it. He continues with meditation in order to prevent a recurrence of his previous pelvic pain. The book that led to his recovery, A Headache in the Pelvis, is now in its sixth edition.

This Guest Post is brought to you by Dr. David Wise author of “A Headache in the Pelvis”.

Stacie Vaughan

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