Visceral osteopathy covers organs of the chest, pelvis and abdomen. The technique was developed by a French doctor, physiotherapist and osteopath Jean-Pierre Barral. Visceral osteopathy is designed to normalize the very structure of the body, important part of its proper work being visceral ligaments, violation of which in turn leads to body malfunction and consequently to diseases. Visceral therapy focuses on internal organs, their environment and potential impact they may have on many structural and physiological dysfunctions.
So, what does visceral osteopathy treat? First of all, these are diseases of internal organs. Using this technique one can also normalize physiological and diseased states that happen after injury, childbirth, or excessive physical activity.
Visceral osteopathy is useful to treat:
- gastrointestinal diseases (gastritis, duodenitis, biliary dyskinesia, cholecystitis);
- respiratory system (sinusitis, rhinitis, adenoids, allergies)
- gynecological diseases;