- Research findings in relation to the effects of visceral mobilisation
- Differentiate visceral mobilisation from massage and other forms of manual therapy
- Appreciate the role of the visceral mobilisation manual therapist in SIBO treatment
In this presentation, Alyssa Tait describes visceral mobilisation, which is a useful manual therapy adjunct to naturopathic treatment of SIBO.
Mechanisms and techniques will be described, particularly in reference to the mesenteric root of the small intestine (home of the enteric nervous system or “gut-brain”) and the infamous iliocaecal valve.
The relevance of adhesions will be explored and research findings will be summarised.
The presentation concludes with case studies to help you get a good feel for the potential of visceral mobilisation in treating SIBO.
Please note this standalone video presentation is also bundled with the SIBO Fundamentals Course