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Visceral massage of the abdomen

Visceral massage of the abdomen 3

Massage has many benefits people of the century. It strengthens health, raises vitality, makes the muscles stronger. One massage prolongs youth, helping others to recover from illness. Visceral massage   of the abdomen – is one of the universal approaches to the treatment of many diseases of internal and external organs. He is a massage therapist through the anterior abdominal wall.

Each organ with sickness, usually there is a weakening of the nerve fiber and vasospasm.
As a result, due to insufficient supply of oxygen, nutrients, venous and lymphatic stagnation, poor outflow of exchange and product development on this soil pathogenic microflora begins malfunctioning organ. diseased organ function is compensated by other human bodies, they begin to work with heavy loads at maximum capacity.

Visceral massage eliminates the venous and lymphatic stagnation leads to normalization of functions of these organs and recovery of the whole organism without the use or with the use of small amounts of drugs.

Technique visceral

Visceral massage – a nice, painless procedure is carried out strictly according to a certain scheme.
Experienced doctors with their sensitive, skillful hands obdavlivayut bodies, watching how they react to the ongoing impact. The work is in the power saving mode. The intensity of the exposure increases from session to session.

As a rule, in the course of the first session, patients begin to feel the gurgling in the abdomen.
This means that the removed spasm of bile ducts, gall opened outlets. Disappear swelling in the body and around the restored normal blood circulation, improves the functional condition, normal digestion.

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Indications for visceral massage

  • gastrointestinal disease (colitis, gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer, hemorrhoids, constipation, indigestion)

  • diseases of liver, gallbladder, pancreas

  • renal disorders (pyelonephritis, urolithiasis, omission kidney, bladder disease, urinary incontinence)

  • prostatitis, impotence, diseases of the genital organs

  • gynecological disease (menstrual disorders, polycystic, inflammation of the appendages, uterine prolapse and bends)

  • skin diseases

  • metabolic disorders, obesity

  • cosmetic correction through non-drug therapy viscera (warts, papilloma, skin diseases, liver spots)

  • arthritis, scoliosis, bruises, sprains, pain

  • osteochondrosis various manifestations (cervical, thoracic, lumbar)

  • migraine, cerebrovascular accident

  • respiratory diseases (chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma, in the chest pain)

Contraindications to massage visceral

  • oncological diseases

  • acute tuberculosis

  • syphilis

  • acute infectious disease with high fever

  • bleeding of the organs fresh mechanical injury

  • gangrene

  • thrombosis

  • mental illness

  • narcotic state

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