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Abdominal Problems

Treating Abdominal Problems

The hands-on therapy at Clear Passage®️ focuses on decreasing the adhesions (internal scars) that form when the body heals. Published studies show that our treatment offers a non-surgical approach with proven results. To learn how we achieve results, click the appropriate condition in the menu at the top of any page of our website.

Complete our online Request Consultation form to schedule a phone consultation (at no cost) to learn if our natural treatment may help you.

What Causes Lower Abdominal Pain in Females?

What Causes Lower Abdominal Pain in Females? In this case this is an image of a women experiencing abdominal pain from SIBO which is caused by adhesions.
What Causes Lower Abdominal Pain in Females?

There are numerous potential causes of lower abdominal pain in females. A common cause within the reproductive system is related to the menstrual cycle. Conditions such as endometriosis, uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, and pelvic inflammatory disease can all lead to lower abdominal cramping and pain. Dysmenorrhea (painful menstrual cramps) is another frequent source of lower abdominal discomfort in women. Studies show Clear Passage® can decrease the pain caused by dysmenorrhea and endometriosis.

Lower abdominal pain in females can also stem from issues outside of the reproductive tract. Digestive disorders such as SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth), ulcerative colitis inflammatory bowel and Crohn’s diesase may cause lower belly pain. Bowel obstruction is a serious, sometimes life-threatening condition that appears in the lower abdomen. An NIH-cited controlled study demonstrated the effectiveness of Clear Passage® Therapies for reducing bowel obstruction, a frequent cause of emergency surgery. World-renowned doctors recommend Clear Passage® for recurrent small bowel obstruction (SBO), for Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth (SIBO) and for strictures caused by Crohn’s disease or other digestive issues.

What Causes Lower Abdominal Pain in Males and Females?

What Causes Lower Abdominal Pain in Males? In this case this shows an image of a man having pains due to adhesions.
Abdominal adhesions can pull on your body, causing back or neck pain.

Lower abdominal pain in males can be attributed to several reasons including urinary tract infection (UTI) and kidney stones. UTI can cause pain and a burning sensation during urination; kidney stones can lead to severe pain that may radiate to the lower abdomen and groin. Prostatitis and inflammation of the prostate gland can also cause lower abdominal discomfort in men. Appendicitis typically presents as acute pain in the lower right abdomen and pelvis. All these conditions need immediate medical attention; none are appropriate for our therapy.

Some causes of lower abdominal pain in males are similar to causes of female abdominal pain. These include digestive disorders such as Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth (SIBO), irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn’s or ulcerative colitis, diverticulitis, or  bowel obstruction. Our therapy may help eliminate the chronic pain or dysfunction caused by some of these conditions. Contact us to learn if this is the case for you, or someone you love.

Other potential culprits for male AND female abdominal pain that our therapy may help include pelvic floor muscle spasms, abdominal adhesions from previous surgeries, and referred pain from the lower back or other areas.


We have been treating adhesions in the body since 1989. We hand-pick each therapist and train them extensively in the therapy we have researched and developed over several decades.


We have developed our treatment over 30+ years with two goals: safety and effectiveness. We screen each patient for contraindications to therapy. We have treated several thousand complex cases and conditions. We often consult with physicians before, and sometimes throughout the treatment process to ensure positive outcomes. While tailored to each patient’s needs, our procedures have been documented as safe and effective in numerous medical journals.

Success Rates and Published Results:

Our success rates are peer-reviewed, published and available to you. Our success with long-term outcomes is encouraging. View our success rates.

With twenty published studies and citations in respected medical journals, Clear Passage®️ is a Gold Standard in the world for decreasing abdominal adhesions non-surgically. Study data authored by independent physicians support our credibility, efficacy, and success rates.

If you’d like a free consult, please take 20 minutes and fill out this form and we can determine if therapy would be a good fit for you.