Visceral Manipulation

Visceral Manipulation

Visceral Manipulation is a therapeutic technique which uses soft manual force to apply to specific placement (such as abdominal cavity and pelvic cavity )of the body to encourage the normal mobility, tone and motion of the viscera and its surrounding connective tissue.

An integrated approach to evaluation and treatment of a patients requires assessment of the structural relationships between the viscera, and their fascial or ligamentous attachments to the musculoskeletal system. Strains in the connective tissue of the viscera can result from surgical scars, adhesions, illness, posture, or injury etc. Tension patterns from through the fascial network deep within the , creating a cascade of effects far from their sources for which the body will have to compensate. This creates fixed, abnormal points of tension that the body must move around ,and this chronic irritation gives way to organ functional and structural problems.

Visceral Manipulation can help to promote the body’s natural mechanisms to improve the functioning of internal organs, improve the elimination of negative stress, and enhance skeletal muscle system activity and metabolism through connective tissue connections. It is beneficial to the balance of organ function and body structure, including musculoskeletal , vascular, nervous, urogenital, respiratory , digestive and lymphatic dysfunction. As a result of through a wide variety of healthcare professionals perform Visceral Manipulation, it is possible to evaluate and assist in the treatment of dynamics of motion and suspension in relation to organs, membranes, fascia and ligaments; to help and improve digestive system dysfunction; male / female health problems; emotional problems; musculoskeletal system diseases, Pain associated with scar tissue; constipation, colic and other problems; It can increase the essential sensory connection in the body, so as to rejuvenate the human body, relieve pain, improve the symptoms such as functional disorder and poor posture.