What is the treatment plan about?
The treatment plan is based on a series of behavioral medicine exercises, developed to specifically target the cause of prostatitis and pelvic pain symptoms. It includes detailed directions and important steps, that explains how, and what kind of actions you need to take, in order to reduce the pathogenic processes and ease the pain and other symptoms. The plan contains 12 pages of information about the mechanisms behind the plan, and of course the plan itself (this is not a book with hundreds of pages about the history of prostatitis, this is a compact treatment manual with one goal only - Treat you). It’s not a complicated read, and for additional information about different mechanisms supported by professional research, I added links to videos.
How long did it take until you felt some kind of results?
When I first began to use my own protocol, it took 3-4 days before I felt any results. And after 7-8 days, I felt completely fine. I used the protocol every day, for 8 days in a row, whit out any pause, for about 30 minutes a day.
Do you have any empirical evidence that supports your treatment hypothesis?
Yes and No. I don’t have any professional research that supports my method. But I can tell you this. I have absolutely no interest in cheating anyone, my project should be completely valid, and build on valid data! Therefore, I just completed a small pilot study which suggests that the treatment plan is working well! The study is too small to say anything for sure, but the results are promising and strong. Read more about it here. In time, my goal is to gather real empirical support for my hypothesis. As I said: I have no intention to fool anyone and sell you something that doesn’t work. And I can tell you this: not a single customer has complained since I opened the site in February 2016. And it should stay that way! Instead, I weekly receive positive emails from former buyers, who are more than satisfied with the treatment plan. Some of the quotes are listed on the front page. Of course, this is not a solid argument for my treatment plan, but it is something to chew on until I can present some real empirical data from my next study.
How can I be sure that this particular treatment will help me? How can I be sure that I’m suffering from the same kind of pelvic pain syndrome/prostatitis that you suffered from?
Chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome, accounting for 90%-95% of prostatitis diagnoses, used to be known as chronic nonbacterial prostatitis. If you have pain, but no bacteria, nor any visible or measurable inflammation (white blood cells in the urine or an elevated CRP test), your condition meet these criteria. And what is more: it is a statistical chance. (click for research references).
How is the treatment plan delivered?
The treatment plan is delivered to your email (the same email you use when you fill out the PayPal payment sheet), as soon as the payment is received. The plan is attached as a PDF.
Can anyone complete the treatment plan?
Most people can use the treatment plan by themselves, without any help or special equipment. Paraplegics and disabled will need special assistance. The exercises in the treatment plan require some muscle strength, ordinary agility, and balance (these properties can, if necessary, be trained. However, this may prolong the treatment schedule). In the case of severe obesity, or muscle damage, the protocol can be difficult to handle by yourself.
When did you open cure4prostatitis?
In the beginning of February 2016.
Who are you? And what kind of education do you have?
I have completed 5 years of psychological education at the University, Stockholm, Sweden. This program contains courses about behavioral medicine, sensation and perception, neuroanatomy, neurochemistry and so on. The program also contains research method and statistical analysis. Even if there is a stereotypical image of a psychologist: one how asks questions about your childhood – the Swedish education plan contains advanced biology, chemistry, and anatomy, disciplines that build the foundation of neurology. With that said: my plan is not based on psychological or therapeutic research, it’s is based on firm biological research and I believe the reason behind prostatitis is biological, not psychological.