Empowering Change: Join in Transformative Research on Genitopelvic Pain!
At the Tri Health Clinic, our commitment to advancing sexual health goes hand in hand with our dedication to scientific research. We are thrilled to share an exciting opportunity for our readers to contribute to groundbreaking research on genitopelvic pain led by the Sexual Health Research Laboratory at Queen’s University.
Understanding Genitopelvic Pain: You Are Not Alone
Genitopelvic pain, including clitoral and vulvar pain, is a challenging reality for many individuals. According to recent statistics, approximately 15% of people experience some form of genital pain in their lifetime, emphasizing the need for deeper understanding and effective interventions.
If you or someone you know has experienced genital or clitoral pain for at least three months, here’s a chance to make a meaningful impact. The Sexual Health Research Laboratory is conducting a crucial study on this subject and is actively seeking participants. By participating, you not only contribute to the advancement of scientific knowledge but also become a part of a transformative journey toward better treatments and support.
Breaking Down Stigmas: The Tri Health Clinic and Research Advocacy
At the Tri Health Clinic, we firmly believe in the power of science to drive positive change in sexual health. Our commitment extends beyond clinical practice, and we actively participate in scientific research to enhance our understanding of various sexual health concerns.
Join the Study: Your Voice Matters
To participate in the genitopelvic pain study, visit this link and click on the AGPP study. For additional information, reach out to the Sexual Health Research Laboratory at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your involvement can make a real difference in shaping the future of genitopelvic pain management.
Treatment at Tri Health Clinic: Comprehensive Support for Genital and Clitoral Pain
Genital and clitoral pain can have profound impacts on one’s life, but it’s important to know that help is available. At the Tri Health Clinic, we offer comprehensive and compassionate care for individuals experiencing genital and clitoral pain. Our team, led by experts like Claire Pecora, Jen Brunet, Donna Clarke-McMullen, Jessica Fiebig, and Dr. Jackie Huberman, is dedicated to providing evidence-based interventions to alleviate pain and improve overall sexual well-being.
You Are Not Alone: Reach Out, Speak Up
If you or someone you know is dealing with genitopelvic pain, remember that you are not alone. By participating in the research study, or seeking support at the Tri Health Clinic, you are taking proactive steps toward a healthier, more empowered future.
Let’s Break the Silence, Together!
If you would like to get started with treatment for clitorial pain or genital pain today, contact us. Our dedicated Intake Coordinator will arrange a brief consultation call to help match you with the best therapist for your needs. You don’t have to suffer in silence – get started today.