United States Physicians

Physicians are ordered by state.

Providers listed on this website are not endorsed by the Health Organization for Pudendal Education.  This list is offered as a public service for informational purposes only.    

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Arizona Center for Chronic Pelvic Pain

Dr. Michael Hibner and Dr. Mario Castellanos are fellowship trained surgical gynecologists in the Division of Surgery and Pelvic Pain at St. Joseph's Medical Center, Phoenix, Arizona. They are both board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and hold academic appointments at the University of Arizona College of Medicine and Creighton University School of Medicine. Dr. Michael Hibner is the Division Director and he completed a pudendal neuralgia apprenticeship with Prof. Roger Robert in Nantes, France in 2003. Dr. Mario Castellanos completed a 2 year Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery and Pelvic Pain Fellowship with Dr. Michael Hibner in 2012.

Their office offers a comprehensive evaluation that includes a visit with their physical therapist Loretta Robertson, PT, and an MRI of the pelvis to evaluate for pudendal nerve entrapment. Treatment options offered specifically for pudendal neuralgia include ultrasound guided blocks of the dorsal and perineal nerve branches, pudendal vein sclerotization, CT guided pudendal nerve blocks, pulsed radiofrequency nerve ablation, amniotic fluid injections, Botox injections, and Ketamine. Dr. Hibner and Dr. Castellanos both perform pudendal nerve decompression surgery using a transgluteal approach as well as laparoscopically with the DaVinci Surgical Robot.

Dignity Health
St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center
Arizona Center for Chronic Pelvic Pain
Division of Surgery and Pelvic Pain
500 W. Thomas Rd., Suite 680
Phoenix, AZ  85013
Tel:  602-406-6017
Fax:  602-406-2144



Dr. Aaron Filler is a neurosurgeon who offers a pudendal neuralgia diagnosis as well as surgical treatment in Santa Monica, California. If you are interested in making an appointment, you can contact Dr. Filler directly through this appointment request form on his website.

Institute for Nerve Medicine
Center for Advanced Spinal Neurosurgery
2716 Ocean Park Boulevard, Suite 3082
Santa Monica, CA  90405
Tel:  310-314-6410
Toll Free:  866-41-NERVES
Fax:  310-314-2414


Dr. Sheldon Jordan is a California based neurologist who performs guided nerve blocks, injects Botox, and performs the pudendal nerve motor latency test.

Neurological Associates of West Los Angeles
2811 Wilshire Boulevard, #790
Santa Monica, CA 90403
Phone:  310-829-5968, ext. 244

Website:  neurologywestla.com/neurologist/dr-sheldon-jordan/
HIPAA Compliant e-mail address:  DrJordan@naowla.com


Dr. Stephen Irving Mann, based in California, performs the pudendal nerve motor latency test.

2801 K Street
Suite 410
Sacramento, CA  95816
Tel:  916-733-5024


Dr. Jerome Weiss is a urologist in San Francisco, California who is a leader in conservative treatments for pudendal neuralgia.  He performs nerve blocks, physical therapy, trigger point injections and heparin injections.

The Pacific Center for Pelvic Pain and Dysfunction
490 Post Street
Suite 1100
San Francisco, CA 94102
Tel:  415-441-5800
Fax:  415-441-4946


Dr. Nel Gerig is a urologist who treats patients with pelvic pain disorders including interstitial cystitis, pelvic floor dysfunction, pudendal neuralgia, chronic prostatitis, dyspareunia, vulvodynia, vulvar vestibulitis, endometrisis, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, and other manifestations of pelvic and low back pain syndrome.  Her approach is interdisciplinary, involving physical therapists and many other medical specialists in the care of those suffering with various aspects of pelvic pain syndrome. Dr. Gerig is the medical director of Pelvic Solutions Network, a group of providers working together to help those with pelvic pain.

Dr. Nel Gerig
1601 E 19th Ave., Suite 5500
Denver, CO  80218
Phone: 303-260-5092



District of Columbia


Dr. Anthony Gyang, M.D., ACOG, is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Gyang is fellowship trained in minimally invasive surgery including chronic pelvic pain. His career is focused on the management of chronic pelvic pain, pelvic organ prolapse, abnormal uterine bleeding, and the management of benign pelvic masses.

Dr. Gyang has three office locations in the greater Orlando, Florida area and is using the most current clinical modalities of treatment for chronic pelvic pain, including Amniotic Cells, Botox, and Nerve Blocks, among other treatment options.

Dr. Anthony Gyang
2877 Delaney Ave.
Orlando, FL 32806

505 W. Oak Street
Kissimmee, FL 34741

3004 17th Street
St. Cloud, FL 34769

Tel:  407-483-7777
Fax:  407-483-7778

Websites:  www.osceolagynecology.com, www.orlandopelvicpain.com


Dr. Goldwasser grew up in Southern California. He received his Bachelors Degree from the University of California and his Medical Degree from Tulane University in 1994. He completed residency training in OB/GYN at the University of Tennessee and his fellowship training in Urogynecology and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery at Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati.

He then moved to Jacksonville in 2000 as Chief of Urogynecology at the University of Florida before starting private practice in 2006. During his career he has been involved in several scholarly publications in the field of reconstructive surgery. He continues to train physicians and participate as an expert advisor to the medical industry in the development of surgical techniques and devices.

Dr. Goldwasser specializes in the treatment of various gynecologic and urologic problems including Pelvic Pain, Interstitial Cystitis, Recurrent UTIs, Pelvic Organ Prolapse, Urinary Incontinence and Overactive bladder. Treatments for patients with Pudendal Neuralgia include Amniotic Allograft Injections, Botox, and Pudendal Nerve Blocks.

Steven Goldwasser, M.D.
Urogynecology - (A Division of North Florida OB/GYN)
14546 Old St. Augustine Rd, Suite 402
Jacksonville, Florida 32258
Tel:  904-245-1328
Website:  www.bladderdoc.com





Dr. Diana Atashroo is gynecologist fellowship trained in chronic pelvic pain and minimally invasive surgery under the mentorship of Dr. Michael Hibner. She practices at Northshore University Health System as part of the Center for Pelvic Health, in the northern Chicago suburbs. She offers women a comprehensive, approach for the evaluation and treatment of pelvic pain disorders including pudendal neuralgia, pelvic floor dysfunction, vulvar neuropathies, and other chronic pain conditions. Dr. Atashroo and her team strongly believe in the multidisciplinary approach to the management of chronic pelvic pain. Surgical treatment options specific to pudendal neuralgia include ultrasound guided blocks of dorsal and perineal nerve branches, pudendal vein sclerotization, CT-guided nerve blocks (by an interventional radiologist), and Botox injections.

Northshore University Health System
Department of Obstetric and Gynecology
Gynecological Pain & Minimally Invasive Surgery
757 Park Avenue West, Suite 3870
Highland Park, IL 60035
Telephone: (847) 926-6544
Fax: (847) 926-6545
Website:  www.northshore.org/center-for-pelvic-health








Dr. A. Lee Dellon pioneered a surgical approach to release entrapments of the dorsal penile and clitoral branches of the pudendal nerve and also performs surgical release of related pelvic nerve entrapments.  

A. Lee Dellon, MD, PhD
Surgery, Johns Hopkins University
Professor of Neurosurgery, Johns Hopkins University
Dellon Institutes for Peripheral Nerve Surgery
Website:  www.dellon.com
E-mail:  aldellon@dellon.com

PAIN SOLUTIONS, 2nd edition, 2011, Chapter 12, Pelvic Pain, available for download free at Dellon.com

Publication: Benjamin Alcock and the Pudendal Canal


Dr. Richard Marvel is a Gynecologist specializing in pain management in women and men. He is currently able to provide diagnosis and treatment for pudendal neuralgia. He is able to provide pudendal nerve blocks, warm detection threshold testing (WDT), and pudendal nerve motor latency tests. He performs the transgluteal approach to surgery with conservation of the sacrotuberous ligament. He has performed cases with Dr. Eric Bautrant in France, Dr. Antolak in Minnesota, and Dr. Jim Campbell, neurosurgeon at Johns Hopkins. He is a fellow of the American College of Surgery and is on the faculty of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He is currently offering Botox injections as well.

130 Lubrano Drive, Suite 111
Annapolis, MD 21401
Towson, MD 21204
Phone: 410-573-1436
Toll Free: 855-573-1436
Fax: 410-573-1442
Website:  www.gynpain.com


Dr. Howard Richard is an Interventional radiologist who performs image guided procedures for the diagnosis and treatment of pudendal neuralgia.
Website:  findadoctor.umm.edu/Details/23894
Publication:  Link



Kenneth M. Peters, MD sees pudendal neuralgia patients at Beaumont Hospital Women's Urology Center. This is a multidisciplinary center designed to treat women with Chronic Pelvic pain. The center has fellowship trained physicians, nurse practitioners, pelvic floor physical therapy, integrative medicine and psychological services.
Dr. Peters and his team believe strongly in a multidisciplinary approach to the management of chronic pelvic pain. Since 2004 he has been doing pudendal neuromodulation for voiding and bowel dysfunction and chronic pain. More recently, he has had many patients coming with the diagnosis of pudendal neuralgia and PGAD and has had good success in properly selected patients.

The contact information is:
Kenneth M. Peters, MD
Beaumont Women's Urology Center
3601 West 13 Mile Rd
Royal Oak, MI 48073
Phone:  248-898-0898
Website:  womenshealth.beaumont.edu/womens-urology-center

Dr. Peters also sees men in his private office:

Comprehensive Urology
31157 Woodward Ave.
Royal Oak, MI 48073
Phone:  248-336-012







New Hampshire

Dr. Mark Conway is an ob/gyn who is the head of the obstetrics and gynecology department at St. Joseph's Hospital in Nashua, New Hampshire. Dr. Conway has made multiple trips to Aix in Provence to learn the TIR surgical technique from Dr. Eric Bautrant and to learn Dr. Eric deBisschop's technique for EMG study of the pudendal nerve (pre-operatively and intra-operatively). He also visited Dr. Hibner and Dr. Antolak and performs the transgluteal pudendal nerve decompression surgery.   Dr. Conway has partnered with other providers to create a comprehensive pudendal neuralgia treatment center -- offering conservative therapies, medication management, EMG studies, a surgical solution to treat pudendal nerve entrapment, as well as comprehensive post-operative care.

OB / GYN Associates of Southern New Hampshire
30 Daniel Webster Highway, #30
Merrimack, NH  03054
Tel:  603-883-3365

New Jersey

Dr. Jason Cohen is an interventional pain management specialist located in New Jersey.  He combines medication, PT, interventional blocks, ultrasound therapy, and neuromodulation when indicated.

Offices are located in Hamilton and North Brunswick, NJ
Phone:  609-890-4080


Dr. Andrew Elkwood of The Institute for Advanced Reconstruction in Shrewsbury, New Jersey is a renowned expert in nerve decompression surgery for a variety of conditions with a specialized focus on pudendal nerve injuries including piriformis syndrome. Using a multi-disciplinary approach, Dr. Elkwood combines detailed analysis with advanced diagnostics to provide a patient-specific array of treatment options for both men and women.

Andrew Elkwood M.D., FACS
The Institute for Advanced Reconstruction
535 Sycamore Avenue
Shrewsbury, New Jersey 07702

Convenient locations throughout New Jersey.
To learn more about the procedures, view patient testimonials or to schedule a consultation please visit
or call 866-263-9123.


Dr. Jeffrey Fossati is a physician in Paramus New Jersey who specializes in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Northern New Jersey Pain and Rehabilitation Center, a state licensed comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation facility (CORF). The treatments offered for pudendal neuralgia patients include physical therapy, trigger point injections, and counseling.

37 West Century Road
Suite 111
Paramus, NJ 07652

201-262-2244 office
201-262-2246 fax
Website: www.njpainandrehab.com


Marc A. Greenstein, DO, FACOS, is a board-certified urologist with a core osteopathic philosophy who specializes in interstitial cystitis, chronic prostatitis and chronic pelvic pain syndromes.  He uses an integrative approach, which includes compounding medications, stress reduction, pelvic floor physical therapy, and dietary modifications to treat PN/PNE.

Office address:
Urology Group of New Jersey
741 Northfield Avenue
Suite 206
West Orange, NJ 07052
Tel:  973-325-6100
Tel:  973-530-9300
Fax:  973-530-9309

E-mail:  mgreenstein@ugnj.com
Website:  www.marcgreenstein.blogspot.com


Dr. Linqiu Zhou is a physiatrist and interventional pain physician who offers treatment options of pudendal nerve blocks using fluoroscopic guidance as well as ganglion impar blocks, medication, and physical therapy for pudendal neuralgia patients.

730 N Broad St., Suite 205
Woodbury, NJ 08096
Phone:  856-202-5331
Fax:  856-202-5638

Website:  ppa1.com/

New Mexico

New York

Dr. Amy Benjamin and Dr. Jorge Carrillo

University Obstetrics and Gynecology
500 Red Creek Drive
Suite 110
Rochester, NY 14623
Tel:  585-487-3420

Drs. Benjamin and Carrillo are fellowship trained in chronic pelvic pain and minimally invasive gynecologic surgery. They provide evaluation and treatment of patients with chronic pelvic pain including pudendal neuralgia. They work with interventional radiologist (Dr. Per-Lennart Westesson) who performs CT-guided nerve blocks. Drs. Benjamin and Carrillo offer laparoscopic sacrospinous ligament transection for appropriate candidates. Dr. Carrillo is fluent in Spanish.


John Carrino, M.D., M.P.H.
Vice Chariman, Department of Radiology and Imaging
Hospital for Special Surgery
535 East 70th St.
New York, NY 10021
Tel:  212-774-7149 Appointments
Tel:  646-797-8431 Office
Fax:  212-734-7475
Website: https://www.hss.edu/physicians_john-carrino.asp


Hollis G. Potter, MDChief, Magnetic Resonance Imaging 
Professor of Radiology
Weill Medical College of Cornell University

The address is as follows:
Diagnostic Radiology
Hospital for Special Surgery
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
535 East 70th Street
New York NY 10021 

Appointment Desk 
Tel 212-774-7296 
Fax 212-774-7295 

The script should be as follows.
MRI of the Pelvis 
Bilateral Pudendal nerve 
1) From ischial spine to Sacro Spinal ligament beneath Sacrotuberous ligament and to the Alcock's canal. 
2) Dorsal Nerve of the clitoris or penis especially passing through the pubic bone. 
To be reviewed by Dr. Hollis Potter.

Please have it faxed to 212-774-7295 by your doctor and then call MRI department at 212-774-7296 to schedule an appointment.


Deborah Coady, MD
Soho Obstetrics and Gynecology, PC
Author of
Healing Painful Sex
A Woman's Guide to Confronting, Diagnosing, and Treating Sexual Pain

430 West Broadway
New York, NY 10012
Tel:  212-941-0011
Fax:  212-941-5977
E-mail:  drcoady@sohoobgyn.com
Website:  www.sohoobgyn.com
For services see this link: www.sohoobgyn.com/vulvarpain.html


Dr. Kenneth Chapman
Manhattan Office
860 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10065
Tel:  212-724-7246
Website:  www.spinepainny.com/dr-chapman.php

Staten Island Office
1534 Victory Blvd.
Staten Island, NY 10314
Tel:  718-667-3577

Dr. Chapman specializes in interventional pain management and anesthesiology.  He performs pudendal nerve blocks fluoroscopically with nerve stimulator assistance.


Dr(s). Allyson Shrikhande, Tayyaba Ahmed and Charity Hill are all physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists with a focus only in pelvic pain. The doctors at Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine have personal and professional experience with pelvic pain and are leading the development of training modules to help educate other physicians in treating chronic pelvic pain. Allyson Shrikhande, MD is a leader is the field as the newly elected chair (in 2017) of the Medical Education Committee for the International Pelvic Pain Society.

18 East 41st Street, Suite 2002
New York, NY 10017
Tel:  646-481-4998
Fax:  646-434-0755

HIPPA Compliant
E-mail:  contact@pelvicrehabilitation.com
Website:  www.pelvicrehabilitation.com

Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine specializes in treating both men and women with chronic pelvic pain stemming from pudendal nerve conditions. To learn more please visit:  


North Carolina

North Dakota



Dr. Seyed Abbas Shobeiri, MD, is Chief of Section, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery at Oklahoma University Medical Center. 

He performs the TG approach.


Dr. Seyed Abbas Shobeiri

825 NE 10th St.

Ohklahoma City, OK 73104

(405) 271-9493

(405) 271-5239



Dr. Robert Echenberg is an obgyn who believes strongly in integrative medicine. His program integrates crucial modalities such as specialized pelvic floor physical therapy, yoga, accupuncture, therapeutic myofascial massage, dietetics, emotional counseling, trigger point therapies, peripheral nerve blocks, and other relaxation techniques, all of which are vital in dealing with chronic pain symptoms. He works with a network of well-trained specialists in all of these fields.

Women's Health, Pelvic Pain, and Sexual Wellness
623 W. Union Blvd. Suite 5
Bethlehem, PA 18018
Phone: 610-868-0104
Fax: 610-868-0204

Website: www.instituteforwomeninpain.org

Rhode Island

South Carolina

South Dakota


Dr. Barry Jarnagin, M.D. is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists and is located in Tennessee. His women's pelvic heath practice treats patients with chronic pelvic pain, vulvodynia, incontinence, over active bladder, and pelvic prolapses. They provide trigger point injections, Botox, amniotic stem cell injections, pelvic floor physical therapy, and steroid injection therapy to patients with pelvic pain. 

Center for Pelvic Health
Dr. Barry Jarnagin
100 Covey Dr, Ste 205
Franklin, TN 37067
Phone (615) 284-4664
Fax (615) 284-4668
Website:  www.centerforpelvichealth.org


Dr. Ankur Khosla and his colleague Dr. William Yancey are interested in treating people who suffer with pudendal neuralgia. They are both anesthesiology interventional pain managment physicians. They perform pudendal nerve blocks with ultrasound and fluoroscopic guidance. They also perform pulsed radio frequency treatment, botox injections of the pudendal nerve, neurolytic injections, and neuromodulation/spinal cord stimulation. They treat all forms of chronic pain and have a special interest in pudendal neuralgia.

More information can be found on their website or by calling their office.

Dr. Ankur Khosla and Dr. William Yancey
Gemini Pain & Spine Center
Tel:  832-848-0002
Website:  www.GeminiPain.com


Dr. Matt Schocket specializes in pain management and is an expert in spinal cord stimulation.

Dr. Matt Schocket
8015 Shoal Creek Blvd, #103
Austin, TX 78757

Tel:  512.467.PAIN (7246)
Txt:  512.937.7458
Fax:  512.467.7247
Website:  capitolpain.com/schocket-austinpaindoctor/


Dr. Allison Wells is a female board certified anesthesiologist who provides ketamine and lidocaine infusions at Lone Star Infusion.  Treatment is provided in a confidential, gentle, comfortable setting.  Ketamine infusions are used in the treatment of neuropathic pain conditions as well as treating depression, anxiety, and PTSD -- conditions which are often associated or concomitant with pudendal neuralgia.

Allison Wells, MD
Lone Star Infusion PLLC
Houston, TX
E-mail:  mail@lonestarinfusion.com
Website:  www.lonestarinfusion.com





Dr. Jason G. Attaman, DO

Dr. Jason Attaman is a doctor of osteopathy in Seattle, WA who is fellowship trained and board certified in Interventional Pain Management, and residency trained and board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He evaluates the musculoskeletal system, muscle imbalances, spasticity, and very closely interacts with and directs physical therapists. He performs image guided pudendal nerve blocks, botox injections, pulsed radiofrequency treatment of the pudendal nerve, pulsed radiofrequency treatment of the S2-S4 dorsal root ganglia, Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS) at the conus medullaris, nerve root stimulation at S2-S4, ganglion impar blocks, superior and inferior hypogastric plexus blocks, obturator internus blocks and botox, S2-S4 transforaminal epidural steroid injections, caudal epidural steroid injections, dorsal penile nerve blocks, and clitoral nerve blocks. He treats all forms of chronic pain but has a special interest in pudendal neuralgia.

All of his procedures are image guided with ultrasound or x-ray. To ensure safety and efficacy, pudendal nerve blocks are done trans-gluteally, which means the needle is placed on the outer buttock and driven under image guidance to the pudendal nerve deep in the pelvis.
Tel:  206-395-4422
Scheduling e-mail:  nopain@soundinterventionalpain.com

Website:  www.jasonattaman.com

West Virginia