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Understanding visceral osteopathy


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Understanding visceral osteopathy

  1. 1. Understanding Visceral Osteopathy There are numerous forms of osteopathic treatment; cranial osteopathy is arguably the most common and well-known method, but equally as important is the practice of visceral osteopathy. This technique differs from others in that it is designed to treat the internal organs and soft inter-connective tissues of a person, rather than their bones and musculature. This specific technique used to treat a variety of internal conditions, including: • Constipation • Women’s health issues • Digestive disorders • Painful periods It can also be used to treat headaches, migraines, whiplash and asthma. If you’re looking for a clinic that provides visceral osteopathy in Melbourne, you can trust Yarra Osteo to deliver quality service and advice. How Does Visceral Osteopathy Work? The osteopath uses gentle manual force on specific areas of your body, helping your natural mechanisms to improve the functionality of your organs and provide relief from the conditions listed above. Visceral osteopathy is also beneficial in reducing the negative effects of stress, improving your metabolism and enhancing the range of motion of a person’s musculoskeletal system.
  2. 2. The specifics of our treatment will undoubtedly vary depending on the nature of your condition, but the ultimate aim is to improve the functionality of the systems made up by your organs and thus improve your body as a whole. Book an appointment with Yarra Osteo today for quality osteopathy in Melbourne.