Clear Passage Shares Hope through Untold Stories of Infertility Success

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To honor National Infertility Awareness Week, April 24 to 30, Clear Passage Physical Therapy is hosting the Share Hope campaign as an effort to raise awareness for the infertility community and to connect people in a cause that affects more than 10 million US couples.

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Clear Passage Physical Therapy invites Twitter users to Share Hope during National Infertility Awareness Week.

We’ve seen patients emerge from years of struggle with infertility, finally finding the solution they’ve waited for, but never knew existed.

For parents, each birth is a fairy tale. For millions of infertile women, it’s a hope that sustains them each month, as they search for answers to make their dream of creating a family into a reality.

To honor National Infertility Awareness Week, April 24 to 30, Clear Passage Physical Therapy is hosting the Share Hope campaign as an effort to raise awareness for the infertility community and to connect people in a cause that affects more than 10 million US couples.

Women who use Twitter are invited to log on and share their infertility stories in less than 140 characters, accompanying their posts with the hash tag “#sharehope.” Each day, the most heart-warming or touching tweet will be awarded a free book from a recognized fertility professional and an entry to win 20 hours of hands-on infertility treatment at Clear Passage Physical Therapy, a grand prize worth $5,200.

The winner will be chosen on May 1. In addition to the free hands-on infertility treatment, she will receive a free copy of “Miracle Moms, Better Sex, Less Pain” by Belinda Wurn, PT and Larry Wurn, LMT, founders of the Wurn Technique® and co-directors of Clear Passage Physical Therapy, a national network of clinics treating female infertility and pain.

The week-long campaign features book copies from experts including Dr. Christiane Northrup, Dr. Lissa Rankin, Toni Weschler, Kristen Magnacca, and many more.

There are many causes of female infertility, from mechanical problems such as adhesions or blocked fallopian tubes, to hormonal conditions. Each patient is different, and no single protocol is right for every case. Many have spent years searching for the answer in their own personal quest, feeling alone and isolated in their endeavor.

“We’ve seen patients emerge from years of struggle with infertility, finally finding the solution they’ve waited for, but never knew existed,” said Clear Passage Director and physical therapist Belinda Wurn.

Clear Passage Physical Therapy is a growing network of hands-on physical therapy clinics. Since 1990, the therapists have used the non-surgical and drug-free Wurn Technique® to help hundreds of women overcome infertility, as well as pelvic, endometriosis and intercourse pain, naturally. With seven published studies and medical journal citations, more than 20 years of development and the support of national experts, Clear Passage seeks to share hope using a natural therapy and proven results.

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