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*Living well with endometriosis requires lifelong management and a whole body emphasis. On this page you will find numerous resources intended to facilitate the process of discovering what is helpful to each individual. As endometriosis is an incredibly personal disease with varied presentations, each patient’s journey, and therefore treatment strategy, will look different. It is important to consult your doctor when considering new treatments or adjunctive therapies.*


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Dr. Eric Heegaard

Dr. Matthew Palmer

Hennepin Healthcare- Minneapolis

Oakdale OBGYN -
Blaine, Crystal, Maple Gove and Plymouth

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Dr. Tatani Burnett

Dr. Adela Cope

Dr. Zaraq Kahn

Mayo Clinic - Rochester

Mayo Clinic - Rochester

Mayo Clinic - Rochester


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As with much of endometriosis, effective nutrition is highly personalized to each patient. Working with a dietician or nutritionist can help improve wellbeing, manage hormones, and minimize inflammation. Reach out to a local practitioner or get in touch with one listed below.

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Mental Health

The mind and body are inextricably linked, with rates of depression and anxiety rising dramatically in patients burdened with chronic pain. The pain is real, it is not all in your head, but talking with a professional can greatly improve quality of life in spite of the pain. We strongly encourage all patients to have a mental health practitioner on their treatment team.

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Infertility is a prevalent concern among endometriosis patients. Lesions and resulting adhesions can physically block reproductive organs or the effects of chronic inflammation can make conceiving and carrying a pregnancy to term difficult. For more information, see the link below.

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Physical Therapy

Pelvic floor physical therapy is a cornerstone of effective endometriosis management. Chronic pain from endometriosis can lead to muscle tension and dysfunction over time, often felt in the low back, abdomen, pelvis, and vagina. Physical therapy works to reduce this tension often resulting in improved pain, bladder, bowel, and sexual function.

Acupuncture Tools


Acupuncture works by improving blood flow, reducing muscle tension, supporting the immune system, mediating pain responses, and promoting healthy hormone balance. Reach out to a local practitioner or try a clinic listed below.

    For more information on how acupuncture can help with management of endometriosis, follow the link below.

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Additional resources


Nancys Nook FB group


The Endo Cast

Endo Battery

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