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In the MatrixTechnique, we start working deep in the abdomen. The intestine as a central organ often forms an initial congestion in its lymphatic drainage area. In 1988, Dr. Weiss coined the term radix edema, which is a central congestion in the posterior abdomen that begins to displace the bowel.
We find radix edema in 9 out of 10 patients. It is essential to look at the parasites, which are “irritated” during manual intervention in the abdomen. With ART, it must be clarified whether and to what extent parasite treatment is necessary at the same time.
In addition, most fascial cords run through the lumbar beriech, which tighten in radix edema under lack of oxygen and nutrients. It is not for nothing that we find most herniated discs and back problems in this area. Releasing the abdomen not infrequently brings great relief to the back.
Many scars additionally affect the abdomen … adhesions after appendectomy, cesarean section, hysterectomy, hernia surgery, umbilical adhesions, piercings, etc. absolutely must be released.
In women, the congestion often forms deeper in the pelvis, so that as a result the legs are congested. Riding pants, varicose veins, ankle edema, knee or hip problems can be the result. Here we work taking into account the courses of the fascial strands and give the connective tissue the opportunity to restructure itself.
A central congestion in the abdomen can also have cranial effects, lifting the diaphragm and the rib cage, leading to breathing difficulties or heart problems. The rib cage is lifted, which must be held in the neck by consolidations in the connective tissue.
Connective tissues in the neck may be so solidified that drainage from the head is disrupted. The result can be an increase in intracranial pressure with headaches or various failures, as well as lack of detoxification of the brain. Migraine, tinnitus, neurological symptoms, MS can experience improvement.
Here, too, we loosen adhesions and consolidations along the fascial strands, on the neck, throat and back and give the connective tissue the chance of a new structure.