Case Report: Umbilical Scar Tissue

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We have seen a pattern of scar tissue around the “belly button” in our Amish clients that we believe has led to many abdominal issues. Some scar tissue radiates outwards above the belly button and appears to cause problems with digestion, stomach cramps, hiatal hernias, heartburn. When the scar tissue radiates outwards below the belly button, we are seeing elimination issues, heavy menstrual cramps and bleeding, infertility (male and female), incontinence and bed wetting. In some clients, the scar tissue was about the size of a soft ball or roughly 6 inches in diameter which covers the entire upper or lower abdominal area. The scarring is very close to the surface or superficial but still within the pleural cavity.

Based on our work with Vibrational Fascia Release Technique (VFRT) and further study into more detailed work in specific areas and systems within the body, we were able to dramatically reduce the volume of the fascial adhesion in the umbilical area. With VFRT, we use a unique technique of palpating for fluid pockets which are usually associated with fascial adhesions, fluid compartmentalized between fascial layers, or fluid within the adipose layers that has been separated from the proteoglycan gel (localized edema). After locating the fluid pockets of interstitial fluid (plasma), a weighted tuning fork is placed in the appropriate area to allow the fluid to diffuse through its containment barrier that prevented waste removal into the lymphatic vessel intake valves.

Further work within the various systems and anatomical parts of the body has led us to more specialized understand the techniques within a greater framework of New Earth Vibration Therapy where VFRT is one specific “unique technique” and our Reproductive & Urology Health therapy will represent the work we are doing in this particular area with abdominal scarring. We will offer training with this new technique in the near future.

In our Amish Case Study, we found umbilical scarring in 10 females because of complaints of menstrual difficulties. Once we recognized the pattern, the mothers asked us to check every child and the same scarring was found in the younger girls as well who have not reached menstrual age. Some scars were found while palpating for the conditions we mentioned earlier including elimination and urination problems.

We have also found the same umbilical scarring in 3 young married couples who are currently experiencing infertility for periods ranging from a month to 3 years for one couple. We believe the scarring is tilting the uterus which was quickly re-aligned within one session. This one session resolved the difficult menstrual cycles, and we are waiting to see if any of the couples will become pregnant. More to follow with these three couples, and we will address infertility case studies in another post.

We are working with 5 (4 male and 1 female) children ranging from ages 7 to 14 who are experiencing frequent bed wetting. The 4 male children show signs of autism, and all of them have problems with defecating in their pants which might also be a symptom associated with autism. The one girl had an inflamed kidney at the time, so we do not know yet if there is the same connection. All 5 children experienced immediate resolution of their symptoms with one session, and their conditions have not returned for over a month. We will address our work with the children with “undiagnosed” autism in another case study. In this case study, the focus was on the scarring directly over the bladder which again was resolved in one session. Bladder problems were also found in 3 adults ranging from 45 years old to late 80s, and some of them had incontinence for several years which affected their lifestyle with reduced traveling and fewer social gatherings. All were resolved in one session and has not returned within the past few months.

The pattern of umbilical scarring was so specific that we were able to determine which children out of the entire family were delivered by certain midwives, and Bobbi Jo was correct every time. Some families will move into other States to join new communities, so usually half the family has different midwives.

Our theory has three possibilities. (1) The midwife is pulling too hard on the umbilical chord, (2) The umbilical chord is being cut too short, or (3) The midwife is placing the baby on the mother’s chest immediately after delivery with the chord still attached. We confirmed this week that one midwife does, in fact, lay the baby directly on the mother’s chest and uses the chord to assist in removing the placenta before cutting it. This is very interesting information that we will continue to track.

Disclaimer: These reports are for information purposes only. They should not be considered official research studies that follow standard reporting protocols. This information is designed to promote discussion and introduce a novel therapeutic approach called Vibration Therapy with weighted tuning forks.  We are continuing to study the physiological response to a properly placed weighted 128hz tuning fork on a fluid-filled space, and we invite you to follow our work and contact us at if you are interested in learning more.  Please consult with a qualified medical professional if you are using this information for your own health care. Results have varied throughout our clients, and we have no expectation or claims that our approach will work for everyone in similar conditions.

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Case Report, Case Studies, Fascia and Fluid, Pain Relief, Tuning Forks
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