It can be so hard to find the answers you are looking for when you are struggling with abdominal adhesion, pain, and dysfunction.
I am here to give you real-life information from over nine years of working directly with people:
- suffering from abdominal and pelvic pain
- suffering from abdominal and pelvic adhesions
- looking for natural, safe, and effective treatments to get back to their full life.
What I offer here has been very helpful to a lot of people. But I also understand that the information here might feel a bit overwhelming.
Learning to effectively care for your adhesions and other abdominal distress can take time and effort, physically, mentally, and emotionally.
But, the bottom line is: it is possible to bring yourself into a whole new level of comfort.
Abdominal Adhesions Can Be Helped
One of the things I hear most often from people once they have started working with the programs I offer is:
Thank you for helping me to understand that I am not a lost cause. I thought I was all alone, and now I see I am not. I am so relieved to find that there is something I can do.
It can be demoralizing to keep hitting walls of misinformation or non-understanding of what you are experiencing. When you are looking for solutions to your pain or distress, you need practical information and help that takes your situation into account.
That’s my goal here.
It’s Not Just You
It is a powerful fact that millions of people every year (and that’s just in the U.S.) suffer from some form of abdominal adhesions. And as you likely know from your own experience, adhesions can create huge amounts of pain and dysfunction – much of which can be resolved with safe and effective forms of massage or manual therapy.
That’s what this site is all about.
I know it can seem completely overwhelming to think about adding in something new when your life may already be dominated by your symptoms. But it is worth the effort.
“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.” – AB
If you are ready to take action and learn more, click here.
Still have some questions? Learn more here: Find out why abdominal manual therapy or massage is a safe form of treatment for you.