Study Shows New Therapy Opens Blocked Fallopian Tubes, Returns Fertility Without Surgery 15


A study published in “Alternative Therapies In Health and Medicine” (Feb, 2008) reports that blocked fallopian tubes can be opened without surgery, enabling infertile women to become pregnant naturally.

Authors of the study “Treating Fallopian Tube Occlusion with a Manual Pelvic Physical Therapy,” became curious after a pilot study published in “Fertility and Sterility” (9/06) showed the treatment returned fertility in women with blocked and swollen tubes.

The non-invasive treatment developed by Clear Passage Therapies (CPT) involves a unique protocol of manual physical therapy techniques that can be completed at any CPT clinic in one week.

According to the study, CPT’s non-surgical treatment opened tubes in 61% of women with totally blocked fallopian tubes. Without the treatment their chances for pregnancy would have been available only through surgery or in-vitro fertilization (IVF). Of the successful participants, 53% conceived naturally after the non-surgical treatment.

“I was amazed after therapy to learn my only tube was open, and I became pregnant naturally,” said Jennifer Kennedy, a CPT patient. Before therapy, one of her tubes had been removed during emergency surgery, and her remaining tube was totally blocked and swollen. “We wanted a family, but I wanted to avoid more surgery if possible, so I tried CPT. Since therapy, we have since been blessed with three beautiful children – naturally,” said Kennedy.

According to research gynecologist and former Chief of Staff of North Florida Regional Medical Center, Richard King, M.D., “This therapy has shown remarkable results in several areas and is a natural adjunct to gynecologic care.”



Larry Wurn, Clinical Research Director, founded CPT with his wife, Belinda, a physical therapist of 30 years. In 1987, Belinda developed chronic pain after surgery for pelvic cancer. The work they developed relieved her pain. When they used it on patients, women who were diagnosed infertile began having babies naturally.

A surprising side-effect of the work was increased orgasms. Many women reported improved sexual function including increased desire and orgasm, and less intercourse pain after receiving the therapy, according to two other published medical citations (Fertility & Sterility, Medscape General Medicine).

“These initial results are very encouraging,” said the Wurns. “Many physicians are impressed that a non-surgical therapy (Wurn Technique) can be effective treating pain or infertility.”

Note from editor: much as we’d love to help anyone experiencing these issues, we do not have the expertise to provide medical advice. As always, you’re advised to speak to your doctor or other health professional in the first instance.


15 thoughts on “Study Shows New Therapy Opens Blocked Fallopian Tubes, Returns Fertility Without Surgery

  • Lea Douglas

    I am very interested in finding out more about this procedure. How do I find someone that does this kind of treatment.

    Thank You,
    I look forward to hearing from you’
    Lea

  • Okeke, A. R

    It’s really interesting to hear that there is a non-surgical cure for blocked, swollen and damaged fallopian tubes. Please, can you give me the Name, Address and Telephone Number of your contact in my country – Nigeria and the cost implication for the whole procedure. Where you don’t have a contact in my country, how do I communicate with you and get the therapy.

    Thanks for responding.

    Okeke, A. R

  • Kimi H

    Hi! I was browsing the web and came across this article – I work for Clear Passage Therapies. I’m excited that you are interested in our work and hope that it is not too late to respond to your comments. Please check out our website at clearpassage.com for more information, or call our office at 352-336-1433 to get a packet of information sent to your address. Good luck in your journeys!

  • Shernette Moore

    Hi,
    I just came across this site and would love to know how you can assist me in clearing my tubes (both are blocked).
    I live in Jamaica and so would love to know if i can be assisted.
    Anxiously awaiting a response.
    S. Moore

  • Andy

    Hi everyone,

    Unfortunately I just report on the news, and am no expert in this area.

    You might find this report useful, as recommended by a reader, though it is linking to another report that you must sign up for.

    Possibly also Unblocking Fallopian Tubes which is a free seven-part natural remedy for unblocking fallopian tubes.

    Please note that I have no affiliation with these companies, nor can I vouch for their effectiveness, but they may prove a useful start.

    If anyone else has any useful advice on this matter, please do leave a comment here.

  • LOLA BRIDGET

    HELLO
    I REA ALOT ABOUT YOUR ALTERNATIVE THERAPY AND I FOUND IT VERY HELPFUL, INTERSTING AND ENCOURAGING.
    IM LOOKING FORWARD TO DO THIS THERAPY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE BUT I WILL LIKE TO KNOW IF THERE IS ANY ASSISTANCE IN THE AREA OF THE AMOUNT TO UNDERGO THIS THERAPY.

    I WILL LIKE TO KNOW IF IT IS POSSIBLE TO GET REDUCTION IN THE FEE AND IF IT IS ALSO POSSIBLE TO MAKE PART PAYMENT BEFORE THE THERAPY AND IF THERE COULD BE INSTALMENTAL PAYMENT ON THE REMAINING BALANCE AFTER THE THERAPY.

    I WILL APPRECIATE QUICK RESPONSE TO THIS REQUEST AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

    LOLA.

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