Abdominal adhesive disease can occur after any abdominal or pelvic surgery or after intra-abdominal infections such as appendicitis. Symptoms can include, pain, change in bowel habits, constipation, bloating, discomfort, pain with intercourse or other similar symptoms. Many patients are told that there is nothing that can be done for adhesions or to wait until there is an acute emergency such as a bowel obstruction from the adhesions. The surgical team treat patients from all over the world with adhesions be it mild, moderate or severe. They utilize minimal energy and minimally invasive surgical techniques via laparoscopy to release and remove adhesions. By not creating a lot of bleeding or trauma during surgery, the risk of adhesions returning is minimized. The surgical team also utilizes the latest technology in anti-adhesive barriers to help minimize the risk of return of adhesions.