What are the available treatments for abdominal adhesions?

Surgery. Adhesions are a very common byproduct of abdominal surgery, related to the nature of the operation, the disease treated, and patient-factors. Most adhesions do not cause any problems. Surgery is reserved for adhesions that cause small bowel obstruction that does not respond to conservative treatment. It is speculated as a common cause of chronic abdominal pain.
Surgery. Surgery remains the anchor treatment for adhesions. Adhesions typically recur after surgery, so careful evaluation is needed.