A “Hands-On” Physical Therapy Replaces Infertility Surgery for Some Women, Scientists Say

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(Wurn Technique®) continues to show good results for women diagnosed infertile.

Physical therapist Belinda Wurn studies before and after x-rays of a patient who came to a Clear Passage clinic after being diagnosed by her physician with two severely blocked fallopian tubes.

Three years after publication of our original studies, the therapy continues to produce good results.

A manual physical therapy protocol (Wurn Technique®) continues to show good results for women diagnosed infertile due to adhesions or blocked fallopian tubes, according to authors of a recent study. The therapy, considered innovative because it requires neither surgery nor drugs, focuses on decreasing the scars and adhesions that contribute to female infertility, and block fallopian tubes.

“Three years after publication of our original studies, the therapy continues to produce good results. Women diagnosed infertile are able to conceive naturally, without the physical risks and financial stress associated with fertility drugs and surgeries,” said study author, physical therapist Belinda Wurn. “Physicians are paying more attention after the work received coverage in some major medical journals,” she said.

In the initial study, the patent-pending therapy (Wurn Technique®) opened fallopian tubes in most of the women with totally blocked tubes, and most of those became pregnant naturally. A scientific examination of the therapy, performed at Clear Passage Physical Therapy® clinics, was published in Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, and reviewed in Contemporary Ob/Gyn. The authors hope to begin a larger, controlled study later this year.

Previous studies and citations on the therapy note its effectiveness in related areas, including significant decreases in pelvic pain associated with endometriosis, menstruation, and intercourse. For more information, visit http://www.clearpassage.com.

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