A Glimpse into a Brave Young Boy’s Journey with CHARGE Syndrome

Imagine a young 9-year-old boy named Alex*, who faced a unique challenge right from his birth due to a condition known as CHARGE Syndrome. In February 2023, he found hope and relief at Clear Passage, seeking treatment for his chronic Small Bowel Obstruction (SBO). Understanding CHARGE Syndrome: A Story of Resilience CHARGE Syndrome, though its […]

Comprehensive SIBO Event

Did you know that doctors estimate as much as 70% of people with IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) actually have SIBO (Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth) / IMO (Intestinal Methanogen Overgrowth)? In fact, SIBO/IMO might just be one of the most common digestive disorders around the world… but most people have NEVER heard of it! And that’s […]

Emergency Small Bowel Obstruction Surgery in India

Belinda’s Ongoing Story, as told by Larry Wurn. Although we had been married twenty years, we never had the time to take the honeymoon I had promised my bride two decades earlier. Belinda wanted to visit India and Nepal. I had visited these countries in my 20s, courtesy of a photo and book assignment I […]

How Will My Lifestyle Change with Small Bowel Obstructions?

eating for a bowel obstruction

We understand that many new patients experience very uncomfortable symptoms in the time that passes between the first phone call and the initial treatment with Clear Passage® Physical Therapy. Below, we will share suggestions from various sources that our bowel obstruction patients have found beneficial. These resources are intended to: Help prospective patients avoid exacerbating […]

Is There a Natural Treatment for Small Bowel Obstruction?

woman struggling with abdominal adhesions

Small bowel obstruction is a serious and, sometimes, life-threatening condition, often caused by abdominal adhesions. People who experience symptoms of bowel obstruction should consult with their healthcare provider right away. If your life is in immediate danger, you may not be able to avoid surgery. Still, if the problem is not yet a full-blown crisis, […]

Is it possible to have been misdiagnosed for IBS after surgery?

Simple answer? Yes, it is possible to have been misdiagnosed for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) after surgery. If you have had abdominal surgery in the past and now have persistently stringy stool (pencil-thin, narrow, or yarn-like poop) accompanied by abdominal pain, you may be diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Anyone misdiagnosed with IBS will […]

Seven Signs of Intestinal Blockage

misdiagnosed IBS

Can’t keep food down? Does it hurt to poop?  Digestion problems can disrupt your everyday routine and negatively impact your quality of life. If standard treatments have failed to provide relief, you may be dealing with a more serious underlying problem, such as blocked intestines or small bowel obstructions (SBO). This is even more likely […]

Ulcerative Colitis

We Relieve Adhesion Pain from Ulcerative Colitis and Surgery Causes and Frequency of Ulcerative Colitis Ulcerative colitis is an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that causes long-lasting inflammation and ulcers in the digestive tract. Ulcerative colitis affects the innermost lining of the large intestine (colon) and rectum. Symptoms usually develop over time, rather than suddenly. Ulcerative […]

Crohn’s Disease

We Treat Crohn’s Disease Complications Without Surgery or Drugs These remarkable images show the power of Clear Passage®️ to improve the intestines of patients with Crohn’s disease. Scheduled for emergency surgery, this patient had two obstructions in her intestine secondary to her Crohn’s. On the left, we see “BEFORE” images of A 3-inch long ‘string […]

SIBO: Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth Natural Treatment

Stopping Persistent SIBO SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth) is a serious, often undiagnosed condition that affects thousands of people worldwide. Those with a history of endometriosis, IBS, Crohn’s, food poisoning, other gastrointestinal disorders or abdominal surgery are at risk for developing SIBO. In this condition, bacteria that normally inhabit the large intestine (colon) are found in […]