We Treat C-Section Pain Naturally, Without Surgery or Drugs The body forms adhesions after surgical procedures, including C-section. Clear Passage®️ is a world leader in treating pelvic pain with a non-surgical manual physio/physical therapy. We have over three decades of experience treating C-section and intercourse pain. Studies on our work, including success rates, have been […]
infertility caused by adhesions chronic pain caused by adhesions Table of Contents C-sections are one of the most common surgeries in the U.S. For many women a c-section isn’t a choice — it is the only safe way to deliver the baby. Most c-section are routine and go as planned. However, many women are unaware […]
Adhesions and C-Sections New evidence suggests that pelvic adhesions are present in more than a third of women with a history of previous c-sections and that the adhesions are associated with chronic pelvic pain. “Prevalence of pelvic adhesions on ultrasound examination in women with a history of Caesarean section,” published in the July issue of […]
If you are reading this article in search of an answer as to why you are continuing to experience pain months or even years after you’ve had a C-section, you are not alone. Post-C-section pain is not uncommon and can send women on a seemingly endless quest for relief. Jan Kriebs, a certified nurse midwife […]
Did you know that c-section is the most common surgery among women in the U.S.? According to data from the National Institutes of Health, one in four U.S. women give birth via c-section. While a c-section generally ensures the safety of both mother and baby during delivery with […]
Cesarean section delivery (C-section) is the most common surgery among women in the US. Unfortunately, this invasive surgical procedure requires a great deal of healing to occur. Adhesions are one of the bodies automatic responses to traumas such as a fall, a surgery, an infection, or an inflammation.
When a woman comes to CPT with secondary infertility, one of the first questions our therapists ask is, “Did you have a C-section?” Through years of experience, our therapists have found that c-sections frequently cause adhesion formation within the abdominal and pelvic cavity. Adhesions can impede fertility by blocking the fallopian tubes, restricting the uterus, […]