Visceral therapy is one of the pillars of osteopathy in which organs are treated manually.

 Each organ has its development in the growth phase and has its corresponding function in the distribution of spaces in the body.

 For example, through situations of stress, the organ reacts and moves internally. If this stress situation is permanent, the organ may be restricted in its movement and its corresponding function.

 That means that it does not act with all its benefits, which will not be well irrigated by blood vessels or nerves, which have to be helped by the surrounding organs.

 The body can try to restore the balance to a certain point, but exceeded a level, may joints and other bones try to compensate for this imbalance. And all this produce secondary discomfort.

 Therefore, visceral therapy directly or indirectly treats the organ, in order to restore its balance and function.

 Common indications for the treatment of organs:

 - Chronic digestion problems.

 - Brief pain and pathologies of the stomach.

 - Light liver diseases.

 - Light  gallbladder patologhies.

 - Infections of the bladder.

 - Light renal problems.

 - Organ displacements.

 - Lung problems such as chronic bronchitis.

 - Stimulate the immune system.

 - Chronic tiredness.

 - Post-operative scars.

 - Back problems due to organs.

 - Problem of lymphatic stagnation.

 - Bad healing of wounds.

 The visceral osteopathy treats the problems derived from operations, discomfort, poor diet ..., but it can not substitute the treatment of a doctor before any mild or serious pathology, such as kidney stones, ulcers, cirrhosis ... Please, always consult a doctor first.

 In case of persistent untreated discomfort in the back, headaches, reflux, infections, the mobility of the organs in relation to this discomfort will be treated.

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