Visceral Manual Therapy (VMT) is a form of treatment applied by focusing on the organs related to the help of the hand, considering the anatomical and functional characteristics of the internal organs.
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF VISCERAL MANUAL THERAPY?
The purpose of applying Visceral Manual Therapy; It is to increase the communication between the organs in the body and to enable the internal mechanisms to take action.
IN WHICH DISEASES IS VISCERAL MANUAL THERAPY EFFECTIVE?
It affects many systems, especially the musculoskeletal system, vascular system, nervous system, urogenital system, respiratory system, digestive system, and lymphatic dysfunctions. During applications, organs, membranes, fascia, ligaments, and posture are evaluated and treated.
This method, which is applied in cases such as chronic musculoskeletal diseases, headache, low back, hip, knee and sciatic pain, recurrent trauma injuries, periarthritis, capsulitis, vertigo, post-surgical pain and scar tissue, swallowing disorders, reflux, gynecological diseases (ovarian cysts, endometriosis, fibroids, etc.), bladder dysfunction, incontinence, functional and inflammatory bowel diseases, digestive problems, pediatric diseases, neuromotor problems, emotional stress, anxiety and depression, has been frequently preferred recently.
Visceral Manual Therapy plays an important role in eliminating functional and structural imbalances in the body when done correctly in trained hands, which does not require any injection/needle or medication.