Painful menstruation refers to periods in which a woman has cramp-like lower abdominal pain, sharp or aching pain that comes and goes, or possibly back pain. Although some pain during your period is normal, excessive pain is not. The medical term for painful menstrual periods is dysmenorrhea.
In order to function in a proper manner, female sexual organs just like other organs of the body need nerve supply from the spine. Many women who suffer from menstrual cycles have back pain or neck pain generally. Chiropractic treatment helps make sure that the connection between the spinal column and sexual organ is a proper one. Chiropractors facilitate the correction of these spinal misalignments so that the pain is reduced and hence you get a permanent solution to the problem.
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Dr. Enoch Lee
Graduating from the University of California he majored in Medical Genetics, Dr. Lee attended one of world's leading and original College of Chiropractic medicine: Palmer College of Chiropractic, in Davenport Iowa, where he got his degree of Chiropractic Medicine.
After 1997, Dr. Lee successively opened private clinics in California and Washington in America, and achieved much success.
Dr. Lee has more than 15 years clinical chiropractic experience, and now he is the chief physician of the Chiropractic Department at Puhua International Clinic, Beijing as well as the head of our Rehabilitation Centre.
Liane Li spent 9 years in the United States, where she earned her Masters in Occupational Therapy. Following graduation Liane Li has had a extensive career in multiple countries, delivering rehabilitation therapies to both children and adults at renowned institutions such as the Mount Sinai Medical Hospital and United Cerebral Palsy of New York.
Liane Li specializes in the treatment of Cerebral Palsy, Autism and ADHD. With a sound knowledge of proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation and KT-Tape, Liane Li goes further than most therapists in that she is able to help children improve their handwriting, posture and overall behavior.