About Merciér Therapy
Merciér Therapy is a deep, visceral manipulation technique in which reproductive organs are mobilized and blood flow is restored. This manipulation relieves restrictions to pelvic organs and surrounding structures to enhance their natural and optimal function.
The protocol is a six hour regimen of deep abdominal, hip and low back work. This technique can be used to help with a multitude of pelvic and reproductive issues. The protocol can help to relive pain or it can help to achieve pregnancy. It can be used as a stand-alone regimen or to help prepare your body for an assisted reproductive cycle.
In-depth Health History Consultation $200:
We will take 60-90 minutes to get all the information needed to determine if/how Merciér Therapy could be right for you. This also includes an abdominal assessment of your uterus and ovaries.
The Shared Journey Fertility Program
This program is a hand-in-hand journey through conscious conception.
We work with many reproductive health and fertility challenges including:
Luteal Phase Defects
Premature Ovarian Failure
Poor Egg Quality
Pelvic Scar Tissue
Secondary Fertility Challenges
The Program Includes:
Comprehensive history and evaluation
6 hours of Pelvic Therapy
Education and Monitoring of Ovulatory Cycles
Merciér Therapy concluded a 4 year evidence based research study in 2012 indicating an 83% success rate.
Pelvic Pain Program
Dealing with pelvic pain on a regular basis can be discouraging and difficult to handle. Pain can be caused from adhesions in and around the abdominal organs and other surrounding structures. This can affect their normal function and mobility.
The Pelvic Pain Program is a deep visceral manipulation that strives to achieve a decrease in adhesions. It also helps to loosen tight areas of soft tissue and lengthen ligaments that hold organs in place.
Women who have dealt with any of the following may benefit from pelvic therapy:
Laparoscopy or Laparotomy
Pelvic Scar Tissue
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
This visceral manipulation technique is done abdominally and requires NO vaginal work. The program includes a comprehensive history and evaluation. And six hours of Pelvic Therapy.
C- Section Recovery Program
CDC statistics show us that about 1/3 of births are Cesarean births. C- sections are used for many reasons and are considered major surgery. However, there is little or no therapeutic support available to help a woman heal afterwards. The scar tissue that may form from the incision can potentially lead to your uterus adhering to your bladder. This can cause restricted movement and restricted blood flow which may even lead to secondary infertility.