Secondary infertility can be a puzzling and emotional journey for many women who have previously conceived easily. If you find yourself in this situation, you might be wondering, “Why am I now having trouble getting pregnant?” In this article, we’ll break down ten key factors that our therapists examine when working with women experiencing secondary […]
Are you struggling with blocked fallopian tubes and the dream of becoming a mother feels like an unattainable goal? A groundbreaking study published in Alternative Therapies In Health and Medicine in February 2008 brings hope to women facing infertility due to this common issue. The study reveals that there is a non-invasive solution that can […]
by Lisa B. Samalonis The struggle that thousands of couples face with conception and infertility can become a nagging see-saw of hope and renewed monthly heartbreak, invisible to the naked eye yet latent, inexorable, hiding just below the surface of a person’s public persona. Because many find the subject too personal or painful to discuss in […]
PCOS stands for polycystic ovarian syndrome or polycystic ovary syndrome. It affects as many as 1 out of 15 women.1 According to PubMed Health, PCOS is “a condition in which a woman has an imbalance of female sex hormones.”2 When a woman has PCOS, her ovaries do not release mature eggs. Instead, they can form […]
“If I had just known about Clear Passage Physical Therapy and just done the research early on and found out about this place, it would have just saved us so much. It saved my world. It changed my world. I wish I would have known that early on. It would have made so much a […]
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 […]
Natural Pregnancy After Seven Years of Infertility- Jennifer’s Story My husband and I attempted unsuccessfully to get pregnant from the very beginning. Upon attending Clear Passage Physical Therapy, I had been married for six years. I come from a large family with five siblings, including a twin sister. I love being from a large family, […]
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.
The Wurn Technique is a non-surgical infertility treatment that uses pelvic physical therapy to decrease the adhesions causing tubal damage and hydrosalpinx. Once mobility is restored, the previously blocked tube(s) often regains normal function, creating a free path for conception to occur. Many women with a diagnosis of hydrosalpinx became pregnant naturally after receiving this hands- on therapy.
So-called alternative fertility treatments may help some women. Claims have been made for fertility herbs, oils, massages and diets. More research needs to be done on these types of fertility treatments. But two alternative fertility treatments that have been researched and proven effective are acupuncture and a particular physical therapy.