February 1, 2017 PDI Newsletter
Greetings DCI and PDI Warriors:
No need to prolong this Peyronie’s Disease Institute Newsletter. This will be the last Newsletter I will be able to write for a while. I thought the thousands of you on our readership roll deserve an explanation why the monthly newsletter is going to cease for at least six months, perhaps longer.
Currently there are several important projects in front of me that are not getting done, and will not get done until I create the time and opportunity to work on them. On the drawing board are:
- Create a DCI Exercise, Massage and Stretching video.This particular project is long overdue. Many folks have asked for formal instruction how to physically address their DC safely and effectively. In the past I have responded by spending a lot of phone time talking them through various ideas and exercises. A video that teaches how to exercise, massage and stretch the hand in detail for DC will add a vital therapy element to every DCI treatment plan. This project has been evolving for over two years now and continues to expand. Just as I think I have everything ready with a finalized script that covers all the ideas, techniques and equipment available, along come new and better ideas, techniques and equipment to change things. When we get this DCI Exercise, Massage and Stretching video finished it will be great.
- Update and expand both books, “Peyronie’s Disease Handbook” and “Peyronie’s Disease and Sex.”Both books need to be brought up to date to reflect new information that has appeared about Peyronie’s disease, but more so to reflect the various observations and improvements of Alt Med treatment technique that have occurred since they were written over 10 years ago. The second edition of these books will memorialize a host of valuable treatment information for those with Peyronie’s disease, greatly expanding each.
- Update and modernize the PDI website.A few months ago the DCI website was renovated and streamlined, and I have received a lot of positive comments about those changes. Now I need to do the same to the PDI website.
Individually, each of these three projects would be a large and demanding undertaking; together they will be a huge project. In a few weeks I will be 73 years old. With the daily demand of responding to email questions and scheduled telephone consultations, I must plan my time and spend my energy wisely. And so, this newsletter must be shelved temporarily.
The Peyronie’s Disease Institute Newsletter has been written monthly for 12 years. Thanks for the privilege. I have enjoyed providing this information for my readers, and regret I will not be able to produce it for as long as it takes to get these three projects completed.
Please feel free to email me your questions or ask for help with any treatment problem that might arise, by writing to email@example.com
Stay focused on your treatment plans, and stay in touch. TRH