I have gone to clear passages in florida numerous times, they were the ones that said I had adhesions after dealing w/ misdiagnosis etc for years. Mine are complicated, not just pelvic, abdominal, but stomach (hernia) spleen, lung, diaphragm, esophagus. When I first went to them about 3 yrs ago, I went for a week and had positive improvement,I wasn't finished with the treatment, but did the best they could. In retrospect, had I had the money ( I had already spent about 20,00) and the support, someone to take me down etc. I would have gone back sooner and believe my health would not have taken the descent it has. I don't have a dr. (they have been awful) nor insurance in my town. I went back about 6 months later, but could not handle
their therapies intially, so I pursued other alternatives, acupuncture, herbs and orthobionomy. Then I slowly began doing clear passage treatment, after about a month, ran out of money again. Then returned maybe 6 to 9mos later can't remember, but had to go real slow....no longer could tolerate the therapies as b4...I did orthobionomy, cranial and visceral manipulation w/ others and them, plus added a cold laser...all did help...but a slow process...I stayed in florida for almost 10 months....still working on them & the various complications....quite exhausting...I was in menopause during that time too, so energy level was changing.
I think clear passages is best with scarring in tubes and lighter forms of adhesions, when they get so thick, its difficult. I think a combination of alternatives can be helpful...but everyone is different w/ their particular issues and what works for them. I have now been home over a year, and struggle terribly, see a massage therapist who does visceral manipulation for me, but its not enough and he isn't knowledgeable enough. The folks at clear passages are sweet and kind and truly know a lot about adhesions, so I
would definitely give them a try...plus I could share some other therapists in gainesville who might help as well...
All the best, my heart goes out to you and everyone who suffers...blessings to all, Kimberly
-----Original Message----- From: IAS AdminSent: Monday, June 20, 2011 6:59 PMTo: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS Subject: FW: post op surgical adhesions in abdomen From: firstname.lastname@example.org (arleen) Subject: Re: post op surgical adhesions in abdomen
At Sat, 28 May 2011, Robyn S. wrote:
>Please tell me everything you know about surgical adhesions in abdomen
>and if anyone has been treated successfully resulting in major reduction
>to pain and max improvement to mobility I need to hear from you. Thank
iam doing my best to find someone to help i am in same position as you am in bed most of the time
just started a dialog with -- clear pasage physical therapy gainsville fla look them up on web
-- would like to contact parties who have had therapy at clear passage in fla . relating to pelvic pain and cramps from adhesions from abdominal from operations for diverticulitis /hysterectomy/ heria