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Get Rid Of Abdominal Pain And Frequent Cramps With Our Professional Osteopathy For Endometriosis


10% of women in the UK experience endometriosis from adolescence to menopause. Because the body is interconnected, it's crucial to remember that endometriosis can impact the entire body's muscles, joints, nerves, and fascia.


The effects of endometriosis extend far beyond the pelvis and reproductive systems. Hands-on treatment can help some people manage more complex endo symptoms since it can, directly and indirectly, alter how we move, breathe, and live.

Endometriosis can directly damage the pelvic muscles and organs, causing adhesions that limit movement. All organs would migrate over one another, leading to limitations. Inactivity in one part of the body can impact other parts.


Indirectly, endometriosis can change how the body moves by altering people's postures and movements to cope with discomfort or restricted movement in the pelvic areas. You can do daily activities with the right therapy, such as taking pleasant strolls at Stamford Bridge and Bishops Park or praising Fulham Palace's glory without any abdominal pain.


Osteopathic medicine also focuses on lymphatic drainage, which could assist in lessening pelvic inflammation. We at La Dolce Studio believe that it's critical to comprehend how the body functions. For your endo management, we combine hands-on therapy with instruction about mobility, lifestyle modifications, and pain.


We have a large referral network and a team of medical specialists who can support your endo management and treatment journey.


Make an appointment today. 

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Benefits Of Osteopathy For Endometriosis

Osteopaths treat problems with the pelvis, spine, and abdomen. They examine the pelvis and body's alignment, musculature, fascial systems, and movement patterns to identify any conditions causing discomfort or lowering the quality of life. 


Here are some benefits of osteopathic treatment:

Improve Your Pelvic Floor

The muscles that line the pelvis are referred to as the pelvic floor. The pelvic floor stabilises related joints, including the hip and sacroiliac joint, as well as the bony outflow of the pelvis. It also supports the pelvic organs. The pelvic floor aids in releasing faeces and urine as well as possible sexual functions, including orgasm. The pelvic floor must be long to allow for pain-free intercourse.


Pelvic floor dysfunction is characterised by the pelvic floor muscles' inability to efficiently coordinate the contraction and relaxation of the pelvic floor (frequently found in endometriosis). Among other things, pelvic floor dysfunction can cause the following symptoms:


  • Back, hip, and sacroiliac joint discomfort;


  • Bladder emptying challenges;


  • Frequent urination, burning, or pain;


  • Bloating or diarrhoea;


  • Constipation discomfort and faecal incontinence;


  • Painful sex;


  • Failure to endure a speculum during a gynaecological examination;


  • Discomfort from using tampons.


Through various therapies, osteopathy for endometriosis assists you in normalising pelvic floor dysfunction and re-coordinating the pelvic floor.

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Treat Additional Sources Of Pain

Not every pelvic pain caused by endometriosis is caused by it. Consequently, you might not get the pain reduction you require by treating endometriosis alone.


Interstitial cystitis (IC), also known as the "evil twin," and endometriosis are two conditions that frequently affect women. In addition to generating bladder symptoms, interstitial cystitis often causes pain in the pelvic floor, lower abdomen, back, and legs. The body may attempt to defend itself against the discomfort and irritation of IC by spasming the pelvis.


Vulvodynia and pudendal neuralgia, two conditions that affect the muscles and nerves and cause pelvic discomfort in women with endometriosis, can also occur. Osteopathy can assist treat these conditions.

Take That Endo Belly Down!

Many people with endometriosis express unfounded or excessive bloating in their "endo belly."


The peritoneal inflammation caused by endometriosis may be partly to blame for this bloating. However, the tension in the pelvic floor may be a factor in developing an "endo belly,". The belly expands because the pelvic floor cannot support the body as it should due to tightness as a defence against endometriosis, the body spasms.


Endometriosis osteopathy can aid in calming down that defensive reaction. Additionally, it can aid in stimulating the lymphatic and venous systems to aid in the absorption of inflammation. Outpouching, which resembles severe bloating, occurs when the muscles in the abdomen—including the hip flexor and psoas muscles—have trigger points or spasms.


Years of peritoneal and organ disease can alter how the brain and fascia, a material that wraps around every part of the body, perceive pain and proprioception (the sense of where the organs are in space). Osteopaths frequently employ a method known as "visceral manipulation therapy." With visceral treatment, women can feel a considerable improvement in their stomach and pelvic pain, as well as their bloating and distention.


Our Approach

Finding a diagnosis for endometriosis is difficult. But at La Dolce Studio, we treat endometriosis using a "whole body" approach.


What is a whole-body approach? 


There are other parts of the body where endometriosis can occur. There can be serious repercussions from body strain, painful postures, inflammation, and sensitive nerves. Endometriosis can affect your legs, back, ribs, shoulders, and neck, among other areas, causing issues with your muscles, nerves, fascia, and lymphatic drainage. 


We treat the painful areas by understanding how endometriosis affects the rest of the body. We are delighted to collaborate with you to give you the finest care possible within the scope of our specialisation.


Make your appointment with us today. 

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  • Can osteopathy treat my recurring migraine?
    Various factors can cause migraines. Through osteopathy, we can identify the root cause of your migraine and resolve it. Osteopathy relieves muscular spasms and stress in the body by using hands-on therapy. It will facilitate the body's natural healing process to allow improved mobility and enhanced drainage of bodily fluids for your migraine to be gone for good.
  • How many sessions do I need to get treated?
    The number of sessions you need to get fully treated varies depending on your body’s condition. It can also vary depending on how cooperative you are in getting the treatment done right. In short, there is no general number of sessions that we can give for everyone since treatment of this kind must be customised to each client.
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