Interview with Laera Morrow

interview with laera morrow

One of the things that can be most difficult to grapple with when recovering from abdominal distress is the change in how the nervous system acts. Whether you’ve had surgery or not, different kinds of trauma can affect the nervous system in various ways.  From digestive changes to neuropathy to new and unexplained pains or … 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 …

Is it time?

Is it time to take care of yourself? And what does that even mean? I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how difficult it is to navigate chronic abdominal pain and dysfunction. I’m guessing that most of you found this website because you have this really significant problem of abdominal distress and you are looking for answers, … Continue reading …

Intestinal Adhesions

Intestinal adhesions come in many forms.  For some it is Chron’s Disease with the lesions and adhesions inside the intestines.  For some it is small bowel obstructions caused by adhesions around the intestines (e.g. the intestines get stuck to the abdominal wall) that bind them and keep them from passing their contents on through.  For … Continue reading …

Fluid in the Joints

Having this crazy arthritic condition is leading to some very interesting new learning for me.  My practitioners are fonts of really amazing information. One thing I think about almost every time I go for a walk now is what my acupuncturist told me about inflammation.  Physiologically, when there is inflammation in the body, fluid gathers … Continue reading …

The New and the Old

I’m noticing more and more how fresh injury (especially when it’s big) can really open up old injuries and “disfunctional” patterns in the body quickly and in a way that’s hard to do otherwise. When I’m working on chronic pain or chronic interrupted-function patterns there is a lot of tap-tap here, a little tap-tap there, … Continue reading …