constipation and hidden sensitivity to cold
she has been constipated for many years.
for the past several years, she has never had a normal flow of stool.
she has been taking various medicines, chinese herbal medicines, supplements, etc., but there has been no improvement.
there is no appetite, and she feels unwell most days.
she has always had a sensitivity to cold, and her feet get cold even in summer. she always wears socks and spats.
she works at a computer for about 10 hours a day, and her stiff neck and shoulders were appearing as symptoms as well as her main complaint.
since these stiffnesses cause autonomic nervous system disturbance, while treating the neck and shoulders, we intensively approached the following areas that are effective in treating constipation.
the effective point for constipation is to treat trigger points in the lumbar multifidus muscle.
treatment of this muscle is expected to increase pelvic rotation and blood flow in the pelvis.
the blue line is a cord-like stiffness in the gluteus medius muscle.
the yellow-green line is a trigger point at the muscle connection between the gluteus medius and the gliteus maximus muscle.
the orange dots are trigger points at the attachment of the gluteus medius muscle at the lateral sacral border.
these trigger points are also inhibitors of blood flow in the pelvis and throughout the lower legs.
constipation can be improved by (1) + (2) + (for patients with heavy constipation, systemic autonomic nerve adjustment by neck trigger point therapy).
although the constipation symptom was quite serious this time, normal stools seemed to come out for the first time in several years after about 5 times of treatment.