Benefits of a Treatment

Normally, the uterus leans slightly over the bladder in the center of the pelvis. It is held in this position by muscles, the vaginal wall, and ten ligaments that attach it to the front, back, and sides of the pelvis. The uterine ligaments stretch as a baby grows, and when the bowel or bladder is full.  When stressed or strained, the ligaments and muscles can become weak, causing the uterus to move out of her correct position.  Blood flow to the uterus, ovaries, bladder, and bowel is then compromised.  Adhesions and scar tissue, due to pelvic and abdominal surgeries, can also prevent the flow of energy and blood into the pelvis. This restricts proper drainage from the pelvis resulting in a feeling of heaviness in the pelvic area, hemorrhoids, or varicose veins.  Once the uterus is back in her optimal position, blood, lymph, and energy flows easily into the digestive tract and pelvis, restoring a natural balance to the body. Toxins are flushed out of the system, and blood flow and nutrients that help to tonify tissues and balance hormones are restored. This is all essential for healthy digestive and reproductive function.

Pelvic diagram illustrating locations of the abdominal cavity, ovary, anteverted uterus, bladder, vagina, retroverted uterus, cervix, rectum and anus.

Symptoms of a displaced uterus

Menstrual symptoms
– painful periods; late, early or irregular periods; dark thick blood at the onset or end of menstruation; brown blood at the beginning of your period; excessive bleeding and clots during menses; headache or migraine with menses

Urinary symptoms
– frequent urination, recurrent bladder infections, incontinence

Ovulatory symptoms
– failure to ovulate, irregular ovulation, painful ovulation

Circulatory symptoms
– varicose veins of the legs and hemorrhoids; tired weak legs; numb legs and feet – especially while standing

Musculoskeletal symptoms
– sore heels when walking, low back pain

Symptoms of congestion
– endometriosis, uterine polyps, uterine fibroids, uterine infections, vaginal yeast infections and vaginitis, painful intercourse, unresolved pelvic pain, recurrent miscarriages, prolapsed uterus

Digestive symptoms
– constipation, bloating/gas, IBS symptoms