Flourish Physical Therapy | Pelvic Visceral Manipulation | Flourish Physical Therapy, Dana Sackar, MPT in Chicago
Pelvic Visceral Manipulation is for women who have adhesions in their reproductive tract; Flourish Physical Therapy can help.
Visceral Manipulation has proven to help the following issues: infertility, Endometriosis, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, pelvic scarring or adhesions from previous surgery, sexual abuse trauma, persistent pelvic pain, anovulation, Amenorrhea, sexual function, abortions, appendicitis, gastritis, abdominal inflammations, In vitro fertilization (IVF) facts, alternative to IVF, reproductive technology data
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Pelvic Visceral Manipulation

 

 

Pelvic Visceral Manipulation is for women who have adhesions in their reproductive tract. Adhesions act like glue — disrupting the function of affected organs. Visceral Manipulation involves gentle stretching to loosen tightened areas of soft tissue and is continued until the tension is released. The goal is to decrease adhesions in and around the organs, ligaments, muscles, joints and support structures of the pelvis, abdomen, hips and lower back. It is gentle and noninvasive and has a success rate of 71% (IVF’s success rate is as low as 20%).

 

Retraining pelvic organs to return to their normal status and function is the common sense approach to increasing your chance of conceiving and improving your health at the same time.

 

 

 

VISCERAL MANIPULATION HAS PROVEN TO HELP THE FOLLOWING ISSUES:

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» Infertility
» Endometriosis
» Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
» Pelvic scarring or adhesions from previous surgery
» Sexual abuse trauma
» Persistent pelvic pain
» Anovulation
» Amenorrhea
» Sexual function
» Abortions
» Appendicitis, gastritis, other abdominal inflammations

 

 

 

ADHESIONS DEVELOP THROUGH A WOMAN’S LIFETIME IN VARIOUS WAYS:

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» Abdominal or pelvic surgery
» Back surgery
» Endometriosis, sexually transmitted disease, IUD
» Fall onto hip, buttocks, or tailbone
» Hip surgery
» Low back, hip, or leg pain
» Pain or cramps in abdomen or groin
» Pain with sitting or with sexual intercourse
» Pelvic inflammatory disease, bladder or yeast infections
» Physical trauma or vehicle accident
» Physical or sexual abuse
» Physical PMS symptoms, vaginitis, cystitis, colitis, other pelvic inflammations

 

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FERTILITY & IN VITRO FERTILIZATION FACTS:

Infertility plagues an estimated 7 million women. One in vetro fertilization (IVF) attempt costs between $12,000 and $15,000, and you have no guarantees of getting pregnant. For some, this is not even a consideration. And for others who choose to take the chance with in vetro fertilization (IVF), they will have 1 or more failed attempts–  extremely expensive attempts. After going through the emotional roller coaster and hormonal imbalances that go with IVF, the treatment can be absolutely exhausting and depressing and your goal of getting pregnant still has yet to be achieved.

 

DO YOU HAVE AN ALTERNATIVE CHOICE TO IVF?  WE BELIEVE YOU DO.

Mercier Therapy has completed a 4-year evidence based research study indicating an 83% pregnancy success rate within one year of finishing the Shared Journey Fertility 6 week program.
 
The study finished in September 2012 and was published in the Midwifery Today Spring 2013 journal.
 
Click to read the pdf document → Mercier Therapy Helps Infertile Women Achieve Pregnancy.pdf

 

 

REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY DATA

The CDC’s 2014 preliminary Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) Fertility Clinic Success Rates Report shows that 208,786 ART cycles were performed in the United States during 2014, resulting in 57,332 live births. Approximately 72.5% of those cycles were failures and the overall live birth rate was 27.5%.