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Visceral Manipulation for Treating Bodily Conditions
If you organs are free to contract, release, and squash as freely as they can, then you call this ability visceral mobility. Sometimes when your organs are overburdened or damaged, it can develop adhesions and scar tissues that make them less pliable. When the connective tissues around the organs become stiff, then the movement and pliability of the visceral organs also become stiff. The functions of the organa are greatly hindered because of this.
When visceral mobility is not longer normal and the organs are not able to function properly, then the rest of the body suffer with it. The reason for this is that there are nerves that connects the visceral organs to the muscles and the limbs and so what affects the visceral organs also affects your muscles and limbs. Your core of viscera is mainly responsible for making it possible for your whole body to move well. If there is pain and tightness from these organs, then it sends the signal to limit movement from the parts of the body that will expose the vulnerable area.
Visceral manipulation is a form of abdominal massage that uses pressing, deep strokes, and friction to strip away the adhesion. The goals of visceral manipulation is to restore visceral mobility. When visceral manipulation is applied, you organs will then get the proper circulation nutrients and suppleness that is required for it to function normally.
Visceral manipulation can benefit the body in so many ways. Visceral manipulation helps reduce a lot of bodily pain. And these bodily pains include chronic muscle pain, joint pain, and other benefits also include improvements with uterine fibroids and cysts, relief from carpal tunnel, improved digestion, improved sciatica, less trouble from old injuries and diminished symptoms of fibromyalgia. These benefits are only a few of the many benefits that you can get from visceral manipulation.
When visceral manipulation is done to a patient there are steps before the massaging is done. Poking and pressing your abdomen part will be done by the practitioner before actually massage it. A well-trained practitioner knows what healthy, mobile organs feel like. She will then be able to tell whether your organs have tight spots or not. During the process, your practitioner will ask you how you feel when she is pressing your abdomen. It is important to tell the practitioner exactly what you feel. After that, the practitioner will massage and press your abdomen which will result in the stretching of the collagen fibers that make up your fascia. The end result will be the loosening of tightly-bound fibers and breaking up of adhesions. This releases your organs so that are able to move normally.
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