Narrated By: Anna Crowe
Duration: 8 hours and 22 minutes
What to expect
This book is unique, informative, and approachable – and addresses a problem faced by one in ten (176 million) women worldwide.
Dr Iris Orbuch. is a surgeon and Amy Stein,a physical therapist, the founder of Beyond Basics Physical Therapy. Together they have produced a guide for women about how to deal with their endometriosis in order to:
1) Avoid surgery (if at all possible),
2) What to do before surgery (should they absolutely need it); and how
3) To live and what to do post-surgery – so that the women afflicted by this disease, can reclaim their lives.
Dr. Orbuch and Amy Stein have called upon those they call the endometriosis “warriors” – specialists in a range of practices with whom they routinely share knowledge and insights into what works for the women they care for.
With the recent new guidelines issued by NICE in the UK this book is destined to become the go-to reference for the thousands of women struggling with this debilitating condition.
Women's health, Complementary therapies, healing & health
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‘Beating Endo is an essential book for any woman suffering with endometriosis… It shows women how to get back into their lives, into the workforce, and into feeling well again. A book that will change lives forever!’ Amanda Freitag, award-winning chef and author of The Chef Next Door
‘Thanks to Amy’s and Iris’s compassionate and thorough whole-body approach to healing, I’m finally on the road to a pain-free existence. I urge anyone affected by endometriosis to read this crucial step-by-step guide that breaks down every facet of this sometimes debilitating disease.’ Mae Whitman, actress
‘[Beating Endo]’s program of physical therapy, dietary management, medical treatments, mindfulness, and more, present what is necessary for effective treatment.’ Fred Howard, MD, ob/gyn, founder of the International Pelvic Pain Society