“I faced extreme adversity as a war correspondent in Desert Storm and during the Rwandan Genocide, but nothing prepared me for the trauma of being told I was infertile,” said Linda Vester, former host of NBC’s News At Sunrise and creator/host of Fox News Channel’s Dayside. “I was given almost no chance of becoming pregnant naturally. I went to Clear Passage to increase my chances of for an upcoming IVF,” she said. “That procedure was a success; then I was shocked to become pregnant naturally two years after therapy – and I had another child. It’s incredible to me that this therapy is available – but appears to be a secret to so many women and their doctors.”
“Several Hollywood notables, including leading ladies of popular TV shows have had children after treatment at Clear Passage,” admitted physical therapist Belinda Wurn, who began developing the therapy with her husband 25 years ago after radiation therapy for cancer destroyed her ovaries. “Maybe it’s our way of having a family, since we couldn’t have one of our own,” she said.
The treatment, which can be completed in five days, addresses adhesions and mechanical factors that cause or contribute to infertility in many women, according to research gynecologist Richard King, MD. “It has opened blocked fallopian tubes and improved fertility for women with a variety of diagnoses, including endometriosis and hormonal conditions,”
Side-effects of the therapy are positive, according to King. In published studies, the therapy decreased intercourse pain and improved sexual function, including orgasms, desire and lubrication for most women. “Doctors use the therapy as adjunct care, or as a replacement for surgery for women with infertility, pelvic or intercourse pain, endometriosis and blocked fallopian tubes,” he said.
About Clear Passage Physical Therapy® - Clear Passage Physical Therapy is a network of physical therapy clinics specializing in the hands-on treatment of adhesions, female infertility and chronic pain, with an additional focus on women’s health conditions such as endometriosis, pelvic and intercourse pain. Major medical journals and the public media have recognized Clear Passage for its high success rates and ability to bypass the need for surgery and drugs. The group treats women from all over the world at their home office in Gainesville, Florida, or their clinics in Southern California, Denver, Indianapolis, Miami and Washington, D.C.
Larry Wurn, Clinical Research Director, founded CPPT with his wife, Belinda, a physical therapist of 39 years. In 1987, Belinda developed chronic pain after surgery and radiation therapy for cervical cancer. Searching for relief from the pain, the couple developed a therapy that has relieved pain for thousands of women. When they used it on women who were diagnosed infertile, patients began having babies naturally.
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