Overview of Treatment and Success Rates
With numerous studies published in peer-reviewed medical journals, Clear Passage’s hands-on physical therapy has been featured on the ABC, CBS, and NBC television networks in the U.S., and internationally on Fox News. These citations note infertility reversal for hundreds of women – without surgery or drugs. The following is an overview of our work treating female infertility.
Clear Passage is a world leader with over two decades of experience treating female infertility. A landmark 10-year study of nearly 1,400 infertile women (Rice et al., 2015) showed that our hands-on approach equaled or surpassed standard medical treatments — surgery and pharmaceuticals — for the most common causes of female infertility. We had high success rates treating infertility due to:
- Blocked fallopian tubes (approximately double the surgical success rate)
- PCOS (approximately double the success rates of surgery and pharmaceuticals)
- Endometriosis (approximately equal to the surgical rate)
- High FSH (there is currently no medical treatment for high FSH)
Our therapy also increased pregnancy rates when used before IVF, with:
- A 50% increase in IVF pregnancies compared to the national average, and
- Five to eight times the national average for IVF pregnancies in women 41 or older.
To learn more about how we achieve results for specific causes of infertility, click the appropriate condition in the menu at the top of any page of our website. Complete our online Request Consultation form to schedule a phone consultation, at no cost to you, and to learn whether our natural treatment may help you.
Female Infertility Conditions We Treat
We have seen success in two major categories of female infertility:
|Hormonal causes||Mechanical causes|
Some women have a combination of hormonal and mechanical problems; for others, no cause is found, leaving them with a diagnosis of “unexplained infertility.” Clear Passage has had success in all of the above areas. Our success rates vary based on the condition treated. View our published success rates.
Choosing a Treatment Method and Provider: Assessing the Risks, Success Rates, Long-Term Outcomes and Experience
Once you have identified the cause of your infertility, it is vital to inform yourself about the experience, procedures, risks, success rates and long-term outcomes associated with each of the treatment options available to you.
Experience – We have been treating female infertility since 1989. We hand-pick each therapist based on years of manual therapy experience, courses attended before we train them, reviews from referring physicians and patients, and compassion. We train each extensively in the therapy we have researched and developed over the course of two decades. Our therapists average over 26 years of manual therapy experience.
Procedures – We have developed our treatment over 26 years with two goals: safety and effectiveness. We screen each patient for contraindications to therapy. We have treated hundreds of complex cases and conditions; we often consult with physicians and scientists throughout the treatment process to ensure the positive outcomes. Our procedures are safe and tailored to each patient’s needs.
Risks – We avoid risks due to our thorough screening process. The major risk is temporary soreness. Side-effects of therapy are generally positive, including increased female sexual function and decreased pain.
Success rates – Our success rates are peer-reviewed and published. Given the number of infertility patients we have treated over the last two and a half decades, we can provide a reasonable estimate of your success rate with our therapy. View our success rates.
Long-term outcomes – Unlike treatments that only work for a single reproductive cycle, the results of our therapy appear to last for years. Many of our patients have had successive full-term pregnancies (births) years after their therapy here.
The availability of published data that has been independently peer reviewed is the “gold standard” of quality in healthcare. Treatments without peer-reviewed published results are not considered credible by physicians in the U.S., U.K. and most of the world.
Clear Passage constantly strives to measure our results scientifically and share them with the public – as reported in peer-reviewed medical journals. We have been researching and developing our therapy since 1989; our infertility statistics are documented and housed in the U.S. Library of Medicine. Over the course of 26 years, we have worked with gynecologists and scientists to develop a therapy that has been shown to be safe and effective for many infertile women.