Maya Abdominal & Visceral Massage for Organ Function and Reproductive Health
Visceral Massage can optimize organ function for those with digestive complaints, and it also enhances fertility and reproductive health. Visceral Massage is used for pain management and mobilization to ease pelvic discomfort, menstruation cramps, endometriosis, PCOS, digestive complaints, acid reflux, irritable bowels, bloating and surgical scarring.
Manual therapy also can improve digestive system function and post-surgical adhesions. Of patients who undergo abdominal surgery, 93% develop abdominal adhesions. Surgery in the lower abdomen and pelvis, including bowel and gynecological operations, carries an even better chance of abdominal adhesions, which can contribute to infertility, chronic constipation, nausea and twisted bowels. Abdominal adhesions can become larger and tighter over time.
In the case of endometriosis, many women in later stages have organs stuck together or develop scar tissue after surgery, so they could benefit from enhanced blood and lymph flow and gentle nerve stimulation. By decreasing pain levels, women are able to find more ease in daily activities while on their periods.
In addition, people who are considering bowel resections or uterus and ovary removals due to the pain and discomfort of endometriosis, might be able to delay these procedures for many years with visceral massage which is a huge bonus too!
Heather Boreske, LMT, has been practicing for almost 20 years and specializes in a variety of modalities to support the body, mind and spirit. To schedule a free consultation, call 941-248-9127 or visit NurturingSol.com.
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