Miracle Moms, Better Sex, Less Pain - new book for Women's Health

Research gynecologist Richard King, MD joins Belinda and Larry Wurn in the new book, 'Miracle Moms, Better Sex, Less Pain.' This pioneering work, endorsed by 'New York Times' best-selling author Christiane Northrup, MD who wrote the Foreword and physicians from Harvard, Columbia, Northwestern, and more, promises to usher in a women's health revolution.

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They provide women all over the world with safe, natural, and effective physical therapy to enhance fertility and pelvic health.

The book is a 20-year medical journey examining therapy treatment to help patients achieve goals of pregnancy, better sex, and a pain-free life. It was born from Belinda's debilitating adhesion pain after cancer surgery.

'Miracle Moms' is a combination of more than 80 patient narratives, and 20 years of theory, development, treatment, and published scientific research.

There are more than 100 original illustrations that provide a visual journey into the body and help explain how adhesions cause problems for so many patients and doctors, and why the unique manual therapy (Wurn Technique) was successful for so many women who were diagnosed "beyond help" by their physicians - until this therapy fulfilled their dreams.

The authors other published studies in 'Medscape General Medicine' (2004) and 'Fertility and Sterility' (2006) showed that the therapy improved female fertility and decreased or eliminated endometriosis pain and intercourse pain in most participants.

A major study in 'Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine' (2008) showed that the therapy opened totally blocked fallopian tubes in women who had been diagnosed infertile - a feat previously thought impossible. Most had natural pregnancies after their tube(s) opened.

The therapy also provides hope for people with post-surgical pain and life-threatening bowel obstructions which are common occurrences after surgery.

September 2, 2009