A Tilted Uterus?

A Tilted Uterus?

Women across the world have been diagnosed with a “tilted uterus”. It has affected their menstrual cycles, their ability to conceive, and the way their spine works. Yes, you read that right… Even the way their spine works.

How?

Well, everything is connected to everything, but more specifically, the uterus is connected to the sacrum.

The sacrum is the triangular shaped bone in the back of the pelvis. It’s basically part of the spine.

The uterus has many ligaments that support it and one of such ligaments is called the uterosacral ligament. There are two uterosacral ligaments, actually.

When the uterus is “tilted”, it can be due to one or both of these ligaments being tight. This tightness can pull the uterus out of its anatomically correct position, altering the way it functions. This can contribute to issues surrounding fertility, sex and pain.

Traditional medicine looks at someone with a tilted uterus and they teach that that is the way it is. It’s just how you were born or how you developed.

But I have had clinical experience that this is not the case. I have seen that by manually mobilizing the ligaments, a new position can be obtained. And with this new position, a new function.

THIS TYPE OF THERAPY IS CALLED VISCERAL MOBILIZATION. IT HAS BECOME THE BREAD AND BUTTER OF WHAT I DO.

It is a type of manual, hands-on therapy that uses very gently pressure to analyze the organs within the body. It allows us to feel the ligaments and tissues around any organ and manipulate it to help it function better.
This ultimately allows YOU to function better.

I have seen first hand how using Visceral Mobilization has helped women get pregnant, ease period cramps, helped alleviate pelvic pain and tailbone pain.

So, if you have been having any issues surrounding pelvic pain, fertility or painful periods, consider finding a practitioner who does Visceral Mobilization.