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ABSTRACT: The most common form of prostatitis is National Institutes of Health category III, also known as chronic abacterial prostatitis/chronic
pelvic pain syndrome. The search for effective and durable therapy for this condition remains frustrating for both patients
and physicians. A new approach incorporating a neurobahavioral and musculoskeletal perspective is emerging as a means of diagnosing
and treating affected patients. Adopting methods from gynecology, colorectal surgery, and physical therapy has had promising
effects in men diagnosed with chronic prostatitis.
Current Urology Reports 04/2012; 1(2):155-158.