Untangling The Web: Visceral Mobilisation In SIBO


Alyssa Tait is a physiotherapist and naturopath who specialises in abdominal and pelvic pain disorders, the gut, and urogenital microbiome.

Alyssa joined the SIBO Summit to introduce us to a therapy synergistic to SIBO treatment – visceral manipulation.

Visceral manipulation is a gentle manual therapy that aids the body to release restriction and unhealthy compensations, pain and disfunction.

In her talk, Alyssa highlights:

  • The role of fascia and connective tissue in maintaining healthy biomechanics of soft and hard tissues of the body.
  • Visceral manipulation
    • What is it?
    • How it works?
    • What is it useful for?
    • Therapeutic application for SIBO treatment
  • Restrictions, including adhesions and strictures and the role of visceral manipulation in their management.
  • Where to find visceral manipulation treatment.

Alyssa also gives us a taste of what this therapy might feel like by guiding us to try out a simple technique on ourselves.

To access your full copy of Alyssa’s brilliant talk, head to SIBO Summit

Of course you’re always welcome to make use of our Practitioner Education Portal as well.

In health

SIBOtest Team

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