I read the book when it was first published and was very excited. I thought that I had found a solution at last. The author clearly has a powerful story as a pelvic pain sufferer himself.
I enrolled in the clinic offered by the author and followed the program for more than a year scrupulously.
For the first few months I thought that I was improving but eventually I came to the hard conclusion that it was probably only a placebo response.
At the end, the protocol did not work at all for me. I kept in touch with the other participants I met at the author's clinic and with some other participants also (altogether 12 people). I am sorry to report that none of us have recovered using the Wise-Anderson protocol. To be fair, one of the participants reported that he is slightly more functional but not pain free. For the other participants, the program made no difference whatsoever. Most of the participants to the author's pelvic pain clinic after 2-3 years eventually moved on to different treatments with more or less success.
I unfortunately noticed that the vast majority of the positive reviews on Amazon for this book and associated treatment are coming from people that are just reading the book or have just started the protocol and it may be a bit of wishful thinking. You can talk yourself out of pain for a while but it doesn't last unfortunately.