Organ Adjustments (Bloodless Surgery)
Common conditions that require Organ Adjustments are: hiatal hernia, esophageal reflux (GERD), constipation, and Ileo-cecal valve dysfunction. For more information, see below.
Some of the organs of the body are not as well anchored as we might think they are. The more moveable organs are: the stomach, the large intestines, the small intestines, and the esophagus. The thyroid gland while well attached to it’s cartilage moorings, is amenable to manipulative care because it is so well exposed to the practitioner. The prostate gland is also well attached to the body, however, it is approachable to manipulative care by the practitioner entering the rectum with a finger. As you might guess, this procedure is not comfortable and not many men request it. However, prostate massage is safe and has been successful through the years in helping men with benign prostate hypertrophy (swelling). The conditions that Dr. Harrison most commonly works on are: Hiatal Hernia and Esophageal Reflex (GERD), Ileo-Cecal Valve Dysfunction (pathologically open or closed Syndrome) and “O” Ring Syndrome (abdominal organs shifted in one direction). When working with esophageal reflux patients, Dr. Harrison appreciates the gastroenterologists M.D.’s diagnostic capabilities as there can be serious pathology in the esophagus and in the stomach. Dr. Harrison may order a scope examination of the stomach and esophagus if one has not been done previously. Most M.D.s do not understand what natural therapeutics can accomplish because they are not taught this way of healing in medical school. However, Dr. Harrison uses the latest technology to make sure that the patients have the best chances for a safe and complete recovery.