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Adhesions and Daily Life #2 – Binders

Transcript of Video: Today we are going to continue in our series of talking about abdominal adhesions and daily life and the different ways that daily life can affect our adhesions, both good, bad, and neutral; and the ways that abdominal adhesions affect our daily lives – which I think you’re all pretty familiar with … Continue reading …

Exercises For Pelvic and Abdominal Pain

This topic was inspired by a Q&A Support Call for the full self-care program.  There was a great question about piriformis syndrome and it spurred me to share this information about pelvic floor musculature with you today! You have probably heard me say many times that the legs are a huge part of abdominal health.  And … Continue reading …

All the Things I’ve Seen That Support Abdominal Healing

There are certain commonalities among the folks who seem to have the most success in fully resolving their abdominal adhesions, pain and distress. Usually there is not just one thing they are doing, but a combination of things over time that helps to get the full resolution most people are seeking. Of course, I always … Continue reading …

Bowel Obstructions: Prevention and Treatment with Marty Ryan

marty ryan interview

I know that bowel obstructions – mainly, avoiding them – are a really big deal for a lot of you.  So, to that end, I interviewed one of my favorite abdominal teachers about this very important issue. As I always feel about these interviews with other practitioners, I am so deeply grateful to Marty for … Continue reading …

Diet and Nutrition for Abdominal Adhesions

lila ojeda interview

For a long time, this topic of diet and nutrition has been my achilles heel – especially when it comes to abdominal adhesions and other abdominal distress. Over the years, it has become so clear to me that the way that diet and nutrition affect people is deeply individual.  There is no one-size-fits-all. For most who … Continue reading …

Part 3: Digestive Changes and Why Constipation Happens

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What causes constipation in the first place? There are a couple of ways of looking at this. There can be diet and gut balance problems that trigger constipation and turn it into a chronic problem.  By this I mean things like: Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) Crohn’s Disease, Celiac Disease, IBS, etc. Other inflammatory bowel … Continue reading …

Part 2: Digestive Changes and Constipation Solutions

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Some Solutions to Constipation I owe a huge debt of gratitude to the awesome folks on my Newsletter who directly contributed a bunch of ideas to the resource you are receiving in this post.  You all gave such thorough responses to my questions about your experiences and successes with constipation.  And, I am equally grateful … Continue reading …

Part 1: Digestive Changes and What to Do

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Over the last while, there has been an increase of my clients and program participants who have been focusing more on digestive and urinary distress (often constipation or incontinence of bowel and/or bladder). Experiencing these changes can be very distressing and can make daily life a challenge – they can also sometimes lead to much more serious problems such as obstructions … Continue reading …

Resolving Abdominal Pain and Distress with Arvigo Techniques

arvigo abdominal techniques interview

I had the total pleasure of interviewing Diane MacDonald (in Antrim, NH) for the practitioner outreach project I’ve been doing.  In addition to Diane’s private practice and clinic that she runs with her husband, she is the director of all of the training workshops for the Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy. As many of you know, the … Continue reading …