Pelvic Correction Therapy

Pelvic Correction Therapy

What is Pelvic Correction Therapy?

What to expect when you visit a therapist

What is Pelvic Correction Therapy?

Pelvic-correction therapy works to realign the pelvis which is frequently the cause of problems like frozen shoulder and many spinal, musculo-skeletal and skeletal problems.

This document provides general information of what to expect when you visit a therapist, and a general theory behind how their discipline works. It must be noted, however, that every therapist works in an individual way, and may subscribe to slightly different theories on how their discipline works. It is always advised that you ask to see relevant qualifications and discuss the treatment offered to you by the practitioner if you are in any doubt whatsoever.

When the pelvis is out of alignment, problems occur. Pelvic Correction Therapy is a system that is often used to support other disciplines like Shiatsu, chiropractic, osteopathy, and other body work practices.

Since practitioners of Pelvic Correction Therapy consider the pelvis to be the foundation of the skeletal frame, which, when not aligned, it is in most cases, the cause of much spinal deterioration.

After the pelvis is realigned, many people find that other seemingly unrelated disorders clear up. This is possibly due to the fact that if the pelvis is out of line then the spine will be too.

This may cause organs to sit uncomfortably in the body, thus causing internal problems and discomfort, a problem with the digestive system is just one example of an ailment that can be the result of a pelvis that is out of alignment.

Main uses

Frozen shoulder, all back problems, knee and hip problems, ankle problems, lumbago, osteoarthritis, tennis elbow, RSI wrist complaints.

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