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I found this a few years ago and it seemed a little too crazy , but now when I went back to the website I see there are a lot of links to legitimate studies published in legitimate medical journals seeming to indicate it's pretty successful; and it seems fairly low risk (especially compared to surgery to remove adhesions; which probably just results in more adhesions later). What do you all think? I'm planning to give it a go, and actually have already tentatively scheduled it for first week of November. Here's the link to the website, which contains links to a lot of the research, and a lot of the published research is co-authored by what seems to be a normal legitimate gastroenterologist in St. Louis (Dr. Leonard Weinstock) who actually has an arrangement where the specialized "clear passage" physical therapist who does the treatment does it in his medical office and he has a lot of his patients with obstruction/blockage issues do it (it's 20 hours of treatment, 4 hours per day for 5 days; they call it "abdominal adhesion removal physical therapy") :

 
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