Hiatal Hernia Treatment: Acting on Organs and Structure
What you will learn about
In this new webinar, Dr. Vikki gives a deep medical look at Hiatal Hernia Syndrome, emphasizing its treatment from both internal and structural perspectives. She underscores the importance of addressing the root causes of the syndrome, rather than just alleviating the symptoms. Her discussion touches upon the intricate balance of gut hormones, liver function, and the structural changes affecting the diaphragm due to increased abdominal pressure. She also highlights the importance of evaluating the vagus nerve function and the SOAs muscle in relation to the syndrome.
- The internal aspect of the syndrome involves gut imbalances, hormonal shifts, and potential organ malfunctioning.
- Structural changes occur due to the stomach pushing against the diaphragm, leading to its elevation and impacting the heart.
- Chronic inflammation in the gut can prevent the diaphragm from returning to its original position without structural intervention.
- Evaluations for hiatal hernia include assessing breathing patterns, rib movement, diaphragm movement, and nerve functions.
- The vagus nerve, which connects to the diaphragm nerve, plays a crucial role in symptoms like heart palpitations and panic attacks.
- The SOAs muscle, linked to the diaphragm, is also assessed for its function in relation to hiatal hernia.
- Some treatments, like the stomach pull-down by chiropractors, offer temporary relief but don’t address the root cause.
- The root cause often lies in gut inflammation, nerve function, and muscle imbalances.
- A structural hiatal hernia treatment can be complemented with exercises, especially for those with conditions like scoliosis.
Transcript of the video
By Dr. Vikki Petersen
Gut, hormones, liver, and diaphragm
How’s your diaphragm moving?
Role of the vagus nerve
Hiatal Hernia Treatment
Root Cause Medical Clinic’s approach
Hiatal hernia treatment: a telemedicine option?
A last word
Once the evaluation is completed we let you know the areas on which our hiatal hernia treatment will work. Our hiatal hernia treatment can be performed long distance and any chiropractic care needed can be performed by a local D.C. which we can help you find. Specific maneuvers and exercises are taught on a gradient to restore normal motion of the diaphragm, function of the vagus nerve, mobility of the neck, jaw, low back and other related areas discovered during the evaluation.
Ultimately our hiatal hernia treatment, associated with internal care, should result in resolution of the syndrome. We have a high success rate and our hiatal hernia treatment program involves neither drugs, nor surgery.
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