What is the Wurn Technique?

In the last post, I mentioned I came across something called the Wurn Technique. I have no idea what it is, or whether it works, but I googled it to see what I can find out. Here’s what I came across:

“When Belinda Wurn found herself in chronic pain after treatment for cervical cancer, she and her husband began taking manual physical therapy classes. They hoped that these classes would teach them techniques that would decrease the pelvic pain and dysfunction Belinda experienced. Sure enough, the techniques helped tremendously and the Wurns continued taking class after class.

As they learned more and became comfortable with the techniques, they began expanding on the techniques and developed new techniques. Through their physical therapy practice, they encountered numerous patients with unexplained pain and dysfunction. They tried different techniques to find and treat their patients’ pain and dysfunction – taking note which techniques were most effective. Over time, they had a compilation of hundreds of different manual physical therapy techniques. They decided to name this compilation the Wurn Technique ®.”

Their home office is in Gainseville, Fl and you can find out more information at www.clearpassage.com


11 Comments (+add yours?)

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  2. iamstacey
    Jun 21, 2009 @ 22:18:46

    I hope I can find a place in Austin that teaches the Wurn Technique!

    I can’t wait to make my hubby a Father, too. I try just to focus on our folks on those holidays, but it’s always in the back of my mind.


  3. catherine
    Feb 13, 2010 @ 14:24:19

    I hope i can also find a place in Kenya, Eastern africa that teaches the wurn technique.


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  5. Sandra Roberts
    Mar 18, 2012 @ 01:22:45

    Is there anyone who have had success using the Wurn technique for chronic abdominal pain caused by adhesions from multiple abdominal surgeries?


    • Sheila Tanner
      May 27, 2012 @ 22:01:12

      I too am looking for someone to help me cope with chronic pain in coccyx which i suspect is related to adhesions as I have had hysterectomy followed by radiotherapy which has left me with adhesions in vagina. Years ago i had an incision made in coccyx to give relief from in growing hair there so that as I seem to be prone to forming adhesions after surgery I am convinced that all my problems at present are related to adhesions. I have read about the Wurn technique but i live in Ireland so would love to hear from anyone who knows if it is available nearer to me.
      Kind Regards


    • Michelle
      Nov 12, 2012 @ 00:04:41

      A few years ago, after going through infertility treatments, I tried Clear Passage therapy. Although I never got pregnant, the therapy did seems to alleviate a lot of the pain. I have adhesions all over my abdominal organs, which bind them all together. I still get menstrual cramps, but the heavy “bearing down” feeling is not as pronounced. Good luck!
      PS: It is a bit expensive.


  6. Donna
    Dec 27, 2012 @ 14:30:29

    I have had 13 major abdominal operations,I’m so ready for a treatment to ease or better yet get rid of it all together hopefully I can find someone in Erie/Girard Pa who practices this,I’m guessing ins wony cover it


  7. chris
    Jan 24, 2013 @ 02:55:32

    Stay away from the Wurn People. They charge $5000, yes five thousand dollars a week for therapy, and it is essentially the visceral mobilization techniques they learned from the Barral Institute that they renamed after themselves and “patented”. Their fertility studies are basedon people who got preggo in two years following treatment, even if the patient used in vitro. They are a marketing and money machine. Find a barral practitioner.


  8. Ann
    Feb 19, 2014 @ 21:18:09

    Thank u for that information . I was really considering going to there place and spend the money simply because I am hurting so bad from adhesions . Thank u much.


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