Visceral techniques are manual therapy techniques that focus on the internal organs and their surrounding tissues. These techniques aim to improve the mobility and function of the organs and the surrounding structures, such as fascia and ligaments.
Visceral techniques are based on the understanding that the body's organs are connected to the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system through a complex web of connective tissues. Dysfunction in one area can affect other areas, leading to pain, discomfort, and other health issues.
Visceral techniques can be used to address a wide range of conditions, including digestive disorders, pelvic pain, menstrual irregularities, respiratory problems, and musculoskeletal pain. They can also be used to improve posture, enhance athletic performance, and reduce stress and anxiety.