Imagine the tissue under the skin of a scar. That web like material thatconnects the skin to the muscles and holds our insides together is called fascia. When you cut it, surgically, or injure it in an accident, it heals by pulling together. That pulling draws from far away. It is not limited to the cut or tear area. Scars have an underlying restriction in thefascia. This drawing of the connective tissue or fascia causes a restriction. This is called an underlying restriction in the fascia. This actually limits the body's range of motion. This limited range of motion can affect a distance far away from the scar. Some traumatic injuries leavethe scar with an accompanying pain or sensitivity. They can be treated tointerrupt the cycle of pain and release the restriction. This removes thepain and sensitivity, too.
The education on scars is on the increase. More studies and treatments are becoming available, today. Scar treatment isusually painless and quick. In my practice, I have treated old and newscars with amazing results of total freedom from sensitivity. One case wasa 14 year old scar from a trauma scar with extreme sensitivity from agreen stick fracture (a severe trauma with a broken bone that pierces throughthe skin). The client said the 14 year old scar still had pain when touched. After treatment, full range of motion was restored to the leg. All pain and sensitivity was removed. Massage lotion and pressure was applied with aforearm glide across the previously sensitive area.
I treated a scar from a thyroid surgery and it released restriction in themotion of the left shoulder. The client was able to have a full range ofmotion restored. The amazing thing is that once the scar is treated, it israre to need another treatment.
Do you have scars? Consider treatment for the following:
Knee or shoulder surgery scars
Back surgery scars
Breast surgery, cosmetic or removal scars
Questions & Answers about scar treatment:
If the scar is raised, will it be less noticeable after treatment? Yes
Are stretch marks a good candidate for scar therapy? No
How often should a scar get treated? Once, typically
Is this a laser treatment? No
Does the scar look the same after treatment? No, it's improved.However, it is still a scar. In most cases a pink scar turns to white.
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