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How Colon Suspensory Ligament Tension Affects The Right Knee?

There is a frequent variant in 60 percent of women of an extra ligament attach-

ing the cecum to the right ovary. This “ligament of Cleyet” lies over the femoral

branch of the genitofemoral nerve, so that tension in this ligament will appear as

right medial knee pain, most often occurring at puberty as the pelvis and repro-

ductive organs grow rapidly. No amount of work on the knee or spine will pro-

duce a lasting result if there is nerve impingement between the cecum and the

ovary. Visceral manipulation will quickly make this correction, often in as little as

one visit.

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  • Manual Osteopathy Therapy

  • Massage Therapy

  • Osteoarticulation for Restricted/Painful Joints or Spine

  • Visceral Manipulation(RMT,MOT)

  • Neura Manipulation for Trauma(MOT)

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