I just wanted to add what I think is some useful information to anyone interested in mindbody healing. A bit of background on myself- I fell down the stairs on my tailbone in June 2014. Pelvic pain symptoms started soon after. All the usual tests (MRI, rectal exams, etc.) showed nothing. I found this site, which scared me a lot since it fit me so well! I was about to give up and see a PNE Dr. when my wife came across the TMS forums. She kept saying "you have to read these people, they sound just like you!" Before the fall, I had suffered for about 15 years with one chronic pain syndrome after another (GERD, chronic sinusitis, chronic cough, attacks of vertigo, carpal tunnel, tinnitus, even prostatitis symptoms). The common thread in all these is that tests would show nothing, and eventually they would mysteriously vanish (sometimes it would take years), only to be quickly replaced by something else. I met Ezer on one of the TMS forums- I am not 100% cured but I have improved tremendously with his advice.
Ask yourself if you've ever had things like eye floaters, tinnitus, hyperacusis, vasovagal responses to certain things (I pass out with blood draws and eye exams, for example). I've had all of the above- this is stuff your brain should be tuning out. Chronic pain is the same way- the microphone is too sensitive, so to speak. It really ties together all the crazy problems I've had over the years.
This video from Daniel Clauw, MD, is a good intro: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgCfkA9RLrM
This list ranges from Doctors to neuroscientists to life coaches to spiritual leaders. All have written things related to chronic pain and mindbody healing in some form or another and are worth your time:
Michael Moskowitz, MD (http://www.neuroplastix.com
Norman Doidge, MD (Books: "The Brain's Way of Healing", "The Brain that Changes itself")
Lorimer Moseley, PhD
John Sarno, MD (Books: "Healing back Pain", "The Mindbody Prescription", "The Divided Mind"*)
Howard Schubiner, MD
Steve Ozanich (Books: "The Great Pain Deception")
Abigail Steidley (she had symptoms very similar to PNE btw)
John Kehoe (http://www.learnmindpower.com/articles/
TMS forums (http://www.tmshelp.com/forum/
Disclaimer: I am not a Doctor, nor am I diagnosing anyone, and I have no financial or business relationship with any one I've recommended.
*A word of caution about this book: I would only read Sarno's chapters. He himself is very good, but some of the Doctors who wrote chapters in this book I've found are not that good. Me and some other people have spoken with some of them and it was a disappointment, to say the least.