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Scar Therapy
Specific protocols in MPS ( Micro-current Point Stimulation) have been developed for Scar Release to treat internal adhesions are extremely gentle and involve releasing the fascia where appropriate. There may be a slight prickling felt at the sight of the scar tissue. There is usually significant difference both in the feeling around the scarring and in its appearance after the first session.

A scar can be a mark left on the skin or on an internal organ by the healing of a wound, sore, surgery or injury because of replacement by connective tissue of the injured area.

Scars may result from wounds that have healed, lesions of disease, accidents or surgical operations. Scar Tissue Therapy is generally overlooked by health professionals because the extent of physiological effects scars can have on the body have never really been acknowledged.

The slightest restriction in the elaborate matrix of fascia can have major repercussions from one end of the body to the other.
A simple scar from a childhood accident to major surgery can have a lifelong effect both physically and mentally. Scar tissue has the potential to spread in any direction including internally throughout the body. It can also restrict movement or function anywhere in the body from a joint to an organ. Fortunately, releasing scars yields powerful results that can prevent a lifetime of compensation, complications and pain.

Scars will still respond to releasing treatment decades after they have been inflicted! Scars due to caesarean section which are twenty or thirty years old can be treated with great success. Cosmetic surgery as well as internal abdominal adhesions, when treated can relieve symptoms several years after they first appeared. Equally, burns and scarring from childhood have been successfully released with accompanying beneficial results several decades on.

Fortunately, releasing scars yields powerful results that can prevent a lifetime of compensation, complications and pain.

When a scar has been released there is no longer a restriction of flow of energy, blood circulation and lymph drainage. The body can then complete the healing process.
Scar Tissue release with Micro Point Stimulation ( MPS ) can also be cosmetically enhancing.....a bonus side effect!
"Bumps","ridges" and "valleys" of even very old scars are evened out so that the appearance of scarring can be greatly reduced, often with only a very fine line remaining. Consider trying MPS before undergoing further surgery to "correct" scar tissue appearance which can sometimes result in even more scar tissue!

Benefits of Scar Release

  • Reduces muscle spasm
  • Helps to prevent adhesion formation from surgery.
  • Helps to maintain good posture
  • Helps to increase athletic performance
  • Reduces the risk of muscle strain and tearing Improves oxygen and nutrient delivery to cells Helps to regain and maintain the full range of motion of a joint Helps stimulate lymph circulation and elimination of cellular waste

Treatment of Scars

For new scars, we ask that you obtain your surgeon's consent for scar tissue release. In any case we do not treat scars that are less than 12 weeks old, and in the case of deeper scars or abdominal / visceral scars we wait much longer.

John, a client with massive scar tissue covering 1/3 his torso writes after 3 sessions:

"Leg scar has been MUCH better.  No tightness, feels softer, moves better.  Seem to have more range of motion in general.  Can now reach my left foot to put on sock without having to warm up first. Seat belt rubbed scar through pants and was uncomfortable.  Not an issue on ride home.
Scar also seems to have less discoloration and more natural skin tone. Adhesions also seem to be loosening."

Another Central Florida client, Peter, writes:

"I went to Jodi Young for the treatment of several scars in my abdominal, limb and facial areas that had accumulated over the past 40 years.
Using a technique based on Microcurrent Point Stimulation , Jodi succeeded during a 2 hour session to significantly reduce the visual appearance of several of my scars, in terms of volume and color."

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