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Manipulative therapy of the internal organs (visceral therapy)

 

Manipulative therapy of the internal organs (visceral therapy)

Quite often in certain diseases of the liver and gall bladder, stomach and intestine in humans there are pains in the shoulder, neck and under the shoulder blade, migraine, dizziness, decreased vision.

Kidney disorders may be manifested by pains in the heels, limited mobility ("blocks") and pain in the lumbosacral spine.

Bladder dysfunction and genital organs cause the spine, pain in the sacrum, knees, ankles.

Manipulative therapy of the internal organs (visceral therapy), Manual therapy of the internal organs (visceral therapy), diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, the omission of the stomach, chronic gastritis, dyskinesia of the gall bladder, recurrent ulcerative processes of the gastrointestinal tract, breach of stool, constipation, diarrhea, adhesions in the abdominal cavity after injuries and surgeries, chronic and acute inflammation, urogenital diseases, pain during menstruation, postpartum fixation misplacement of the uterus, benign fibroids, infertility, gynecologic chronic inflammatory disease, recurrent cystitis, certain types of urinary incontinence, chronic pyelonephritis, omission of the kidneys, recurrent prostate

Treatment with visceral techniques of manual therapy normalizes the kidneys, stomach, intestine, gall bladder, uterus, prostate (prostate), etc.

The use of manual therapy of the internal organs significantly increases the efficiency of treatment of diseases of spine and joints.

Below is a list of diseases for which the manual therapy of the internal organs is most effective.

Manipulative therapy of the internal organs (visceral therapy), Manual therapy of the internal organs (visceral therapy), diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, the omission of the stomach, chronic gastritis, dyskinesia of the gall bladder, recurrent ulcerative processes of the gastrointestinal tract, breach of stool, constipation, diarrhea, adhesions in the abdominal cavity after injuries and surgeries, chronic and acute inflammation, urogenital diseases, pain during menstruation, postpartum fixation misplacement of the uterus, benign fibroids, infertility, gynecologic chronic inflammatory disease, recurrent cystitis, certain types of urinary incontinence, chronic pyelonephritis, omission of the kidneys, recurrent prostate

Manipulative therapy of the internal organs is made with regard to their anatomical features.

 

Gastro-intestinal tract:

  • ptosis of the stomach;
  • chronic gastritis;
  • dyskinesia of the gallbladder;
  • recurrent ulcerative processes of the gastrointestinal tract;
  • violation of stool (constipation, diarrhea);
  • adhesions in the abdominal cavity (after injuries and surgeries, chronic and acute inflammation).

Urogenital diseases:

  • tenderness monthly;
  • postnatal fixation
  • dystopia of the uterus;
  • fibroids are benign;
  • infertility;
  • chronic inflammatory gynecological diseases;
  • recurrent cystitis;
  • certain types of urinary incontinence;
  • chronic pyelonephritis;
  • ptosis of the kidneys;
  • recurrent prostate.

Manipulative therapy of the internal organs (visceral therapy), Manual therapy of the internal organs (visceral therapy), diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, the omission of the stomach, chronic gastritis, dyskinesia of the gall bladder, recurrent ulcerative processes of the gastrointestinal tract, breach of stool, constipation, diarrhea, adhesions in the abdominal cavity after injuries and surgeries, chronic and acute inflammation, urogenital diseases, pain during menstruation, postpartum fixation misplacement of the uterus, benign fibroids, infertility, gynecologic chronic inflammatory disease, recurrent cystitis, certain types of urinary incontinence, chronic pyelonephritis, omission of the kidneys, recurrent prostate

Manipulative therapy of the internal organs is made with regard to their anatomical features.

 

It is important to remember that if a patient has a combination of several diseases, additional osteopathic diagnosis and special visceral procedures (an average of three).

 

If you have any questions about the manipulation of internal organs, you can specify them with our neurosurgeon or a neurologist on the phone: (499) 130–08–09

 

 
 

 

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