Mercier therapy is a soft tissue visceral manipulative therapy technique used to help restore the health and general well-being within the female pelvis. This gentle and non-invasive technique was created to help you to reconnect to your intellectual body and to allow your pelvis, a highly emotional space, to re-open to healing and balance.
Mercier Therapy is used to help increase your fertility naturally in addition to helping you decrease pelvic pain symptoms due to various reasons.
Shared Journey Fertility Program
Our fertility program is 6-weeks in length and can be used as a stand alone regime or in preparation for a more medically assisted cycle such as IUI or IVF. We highly recommend that you prepare your body properly prior to starting any medically assisted fertility cycle to help insure a successful first cycle.
When scheduling your consult please make sure to allow roughly 60-minutes and bring any past medical records that may be helpful when discussing your history. During the consult a full medical history will be obtained as well as a pelvic organ mobility evaluation will be done.
Mercier Therapy is a deep pelvic organ visceral manipulation modality. When increasing mobility whether your shoulder joint or your uterus you're optimizing the true function of the area and helping to return blood flow which is therapeutic. When choosing to start the Shared Journey Fertility Program you'll receive 6-full hours of Mercier Therapy broken down into 1 hour intervals per week for 6-weeks.
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Chronic pelvic pain can be debilitating and difficult to handle on a daily basis. Typically pelvic pain can occur within the structures surrounding the female reproductive organs such as the urinary bladder, bowel, musculature, ligaments and bones. Also, pain could be coming from the reproductive organs themselves.
Women who have dealt with any of the following may suffer from chronic pelvic pain:
Laparoscopy / Laparotomy,
D&C, LEEP, Abortion, Cystocele or Rectocele repair
Bladder sling or Hysterectomy
Sexual abuse trauma
Urinary tract or yeast infection
Endometriosis / Painful periods