Japanese treatment on Interstitium and Peritonea for involuntary bladder leakage

December 2, 2019

Hello, 

 

I just found I haven't updated this blog almost a year!

 

 

Chudo Japanese Acupuncture & Massage is now not just me but a collective of qualified Japanese practitioners.

 

Still I am doing shallow acupuncture working on the subcutaneous/interstitial layer of the body (not targeting muscles).

 

Recently I have known that one third of Australian women are suffering from involuntary bladder leakage (urinary incontinence) after childbirth.

 

Around 1,300 women of them had got transvaginal mesh implants were suffering from the complications. 

 

The Guardian

Mamamia

 

As the Japanese therapeutic approaches at Chudo aim to increase the blood circulation of the capillaries in the interstitium and peritnea (so called San Jiao in Chinese/Oriental Medicine), the dislocated uterus, which is supported by the peritnea or natural mesh sheets made of capillaries, may be repositioned.

 

If you are suffering from stress urinary incontinence after a childbirth, please don't hesitate to contact me. 

 

The uterus is supported by the peritnea although the pictures below don't show them as if the uterus is standing by itself.

 

The pictures are from

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2017/aug/31/vaginal-pelvic-mesh-explainer

 

 

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