The Testicle Pain Relief page (click here) does focus on one important area we do not cover on this page. So if you are unsure which type of pain you are experiencing feel free to do the techniques on both pages. It will only help.
Pain Relief Success Story, From Trey:
Before doing the techniques: "I am in incredible pain...my scrotum aches. I can't even bend over....Please help!" After doing the techniques: "Thank you so much. Your service rocks and I will make a donation. Blessings to you." Trey, United States
You can do it too!
This short introductory video is a great place to start.
Please visit the techniques page now, if you haven't already.
On the homepage I describe…in detail…the 3 Simple Steps and the 4 Basic Facts about your body that make it possible for you to provide your own joint pain relief.
Here's what we are going to do:
Just follow along with the video and find all the tender tissue you can in your buttocks (especially the lower half), press into those spots by sitting on a ball with the weight of your body at the level you can still relax into, and then motion your leg in a way that make that tight tissue that the tennis ball is pressing into move.
This is a rinse and repeat technique. You just keep doing it everywhere you find tight tissue on both sides of your buttocks.
How much scrotum pain relief does this technique provide? This alone could eliminate your pain.
Here's what we're going to do:
A. - Pelvic Floor, Obturator Internus Release
We'll be focusing on a muscle called your obturator internus , and it definitely requires a video for you to understand what the technique is. It's too confusing otherwise. It along with the other muscles in your pelvic floor can affect the nerves that innervate your scrotum. It alone can be a cause of scrotum pain.
Here's what we're going to do:
The three stretches in this video are: The Reclined Hip Stretch, The Seated Hip Stretch and The Twisted Hip Stretch.
The way to get the most out of these stretches is to take the time to do them properly, and while doing them properly, notice where there is still tension that you can release with the tennis-ball-press technique.
The combination of doing these stretches and being able to fine-tune your work with the tennis-ball-press technique is very powerful.
Feel free to spend as much time as you need to with these techniques. If you release all the tension in your hips there is a very good chance your scrotum pain will go away immediately.
Pressing less hard means it may take a little bit longer to release the tight tissue than some other folks, but for you it will be faster because being able to relax into the pressure you apply will actually get you faster results.
So, all that said, now it's time to ask yourself if your scrotum pain relief efforts have paid off. Is your scrotum pain any better?
Are there areas you need to revisit?
Do you need to adjust your technique and maybe apply a bit less pressure, so you can more effectively do the techniques?
Do you need to change the type of ball you are using or the surface you are doing the techniques on?
After answering the above questions, assess what needs to be done and dive back in!
To visit the main Testicle Pain Relief page (click here)