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Organs play a huge role!

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Visceral Manipulation

Yes, your “viscera,” or internal organs, move!

When that movement is restricted, however, is when problems can arise. Visceral manipulation’s gentle manual therapy can evaluate and treat tension in the body by restoring movement where it is constrained.

Your organs are in perpetual motion, keeping the systems of your body functioning at all times. Breathing, digesting, eliminating, walking, stretching, bending…your body doesn’t quit—even when you sleep!

A type of connective tissue called fascia stabilizes and connects your organs to other organs and to surrounding tissue, bones, muscles, nerves and more. Fascia can be damaged or restricted due to trauma or stress, which inhibits proper movement.

Restrictions in organ movement can cause referred pain, nutrient loss, decreased energy, and many other vague symptoms that can leave you puzzled and frustrated.

Even your emotional regulation can be affected when your body’s systems aren’t moving in sync!

Poor management of your emotions can also contribute to restriction in organ movement. It’s a cycle you definitely want to break!

That’s why whole-body therapy is key for optimum health.

Visceral Mobility W/Emily Schromm

An interview with Emily Schromm talking about what visceral mobility is, why we need it and how you can start improving your own visceral mobility at home.

There’s always more to learn!

Dr. Missy is constantly learning, meeting new practitioners and staying up on the latest ways to enhance your healing journey.

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