How Does Physical Therapy Relieve Solar Plexus Pain?

Your Solar Plexus is located in your upper abdomen to your breast bone. It is part of the sympathetic nervous system and plays an essential role in the function of the stomach, kidneys, liver, and adrenal glands.

Solar Plexus Pain

What are the causes of Solar Plexus pain? Either physical or emotional conditions can cause pain in the Solar Plexus. The region is complex, so
maybe it is the diagnosis behind the pain. Here are some of the varied diagnoses that may be behind your pain:

  • Acid Reflux and Digestive Issues
  • Anxiety
  • Pulled Muscle
  • Trauma
  • Diabetes
  • Respiratory Disorders such as Asthma
  • Pancreatitis
  • Weight Gain
  • Arthritis

Solar Plexus pain can be sharp and sudden or a dull ache. Any of the above factors may be the source of your pain. A professional physical therapist will evaluate your pain, underlying conditions, and lifestyle before creating a recovery plan.

How does physical therapy relieve solar plexus pain?

The first step is to alleviate pain. Many patients find that regular exercise and a de-stressing relieves Solar Plexus pain. But, you may need help starting a healthy lifestyle and stress management.

Here are just a few physical therapy techniques used to relieve your pain and stress:

  • Manual Therapy
  • Flexibility Exercises
  • Myofascial Ball Exercises
  • Relaxation Techniques
  • Deep Breathing Exercises

Book An Appointment with The Therapy Network

How does physical therapy relieve solar plexus pain? Booking an appointment with The Therapy Network is your first step to relieving Solar Plexus pain. Appointments are available today at any of our six locations in Hampton Roads, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, and Chesapeake, Virginia.

At The Therapy Network, we will teach you to alleviate Solar Plexus pain, de-stress and live a healthy lifestyle. And if you need a Wellness Program, The Therapy Network provides a nutrition and exercise program at the Kempsville location.