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"After six years of abdominal discomfort following surgery requiring an abdominal incision and after two bowel obstructions all apparently related to post-surgical adhesions, I saw Isabel for treatment of abdominal adhesions. After her first treatment I felt very different with everything feeling like it was moving without catches for the first time in years. After the initial treatment I had some ups and downs and Isabel taught me some self-massage techniques which have been very effective. After six months of treatments and self massage I have been on a smooth course with few flare-ups which are handled with self massage and an occasional tune up from Isabel. Isabel has been a delight to work with and I highly recommend her care and work." -A.B.
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Adhesions:

◊ Can be resolved with non-invasive manual therapy.

◊ Are created by abdominal or pelvic injury or surgery.

◊ Once resolved, will generally require only occasional maintenance follow-up visits.

◊ Can cause other fascial restriction and pain patterns which affect other parts of the body (for example, the hips, legs, and low back).



Treating Abdomnial Adhesion

Abdominal adhesion is neither a mystery nor is it untreatable.

Though the current medical model treats adhesions with surgery and pain medication, a far more effective and less traumatic treatment is manual therapy.

If you want a life-long, non-invasive solution to abdominal and pelvic adhesion, you have found the right place.


The Layers of the Belly: Adhesion Demonstration; Setting Up for the Work;
Exploring the Layers of Your Belly. 32min 54sec.

The rest of the videos.


It seems too simple to say that massage therapy is the answer, but it's true. What is not so simple is the technique. Full body massage with a focus on the area is not going to be enough to resolve the condition. It takes a highly trained and sensitive therapist to effectively and safely resolve belly adhesion. Because the belly is the protector of your vital internal organs, it is necessary for the therapist to know how to gently work the tissues free without damaging or disturbing the bowels, ovaries, uterus, liver, stomach, etc. It is also essential that the bodyworker understands pain patterns, fascial restriction, and how they affect the rest of the body.

With the right therapist, it can take as few as five or six sessions to start experiencing dramatically reduced pain. If you are taking handfuls of pain meds every day or are considering yet another surgery, I encourage you to take six weeks to try this therapy and see how transformative it can be.



Causes of Abdominal and Pelvic Adhesion >


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