Our internal organs—including the stomach, bladder, liver intestines and many others—are known as viscera. If any one of these internal organs has restricted mobility from trauma, surgery, birth, infection or other causes, a variety of problems—including pain and compromised organ function—may occur.
A gentle manual therapy technique known as Visceral Manipulation can be highly effective in restoring mobility and motility to an organ. It does this by restoring space around or within an organ that has adhered to another internal structure or been compressed or restricted.
Visceral manipulation can help relieve, prevent and/or release a variety of conditions, including adhesions, lumbopelvic pain, infertility, surgical pain, endometriosis, scar pain, constipation, bladder issues, gastroesophageal reflux, chronic sensitivities, and breathing problems.
Click here to learn more about Visceral Manipulation and how Pamela Morrison Physical Therapy, P.C., uses this technique to successfully treat a broad range of disorders.