The Wurn Technique
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|The Wurn Technique|
The Wurn Technique is a physical therapy technique used as a form of alternative medicine that promoters assert can be used to treat pain, infertility , sexual dysfunction and adhesion-related conditions. 
This technique has been deemed experimental/investigational by Aetna Insurance Company because it has deemed that two studies published in 2004 are inadequate evidence in the medical literature for its effectiveness. 
References[ edit ]
- ^ Valiani, M (Fall 2010). “The effects of massage therapy on dysmenorrheal caused by endometriosis”. Iran J Nurs Midwifery Res: 167–71.
- ^ “Clinical Policy Bulletin: Complementary and Alternative Medicine” . Aetna. Retrieved 13 December 2013.
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