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Surgery or traumatic scarring can cause pain or numbness in the scar area, or referred pain or lack of sensitivity in other areas not obviously seen to be connected to the scar. Scarring, from surgery such as caesarean sections, hysterectomies, appendectomies, knee replacements and traumatic scars can usually be helped by McLoughlin Scar Release Technique.
McLoughlin Scar Release Technique can affect scar tissue in the following four ways:
1) By reducing pain or by increasing sensitivity through affecting nerve pathways;
2) Scars often change colour to blend in better with the surrounding tissue, due to the increase in blood flow to the scar;
3) Scars can often become less indented or lumpy, due to the increase in fluid and lymph to and from the area;
4) Energy flow in the body can change as meridians can be ‘unblocked’.
With 70% of clients reporting great effects after just one session of scar work, why not get in touch and see if McLoughlin Scar Release Technique can help you!
This work can be done as a stand alone treatment or integrated into a Bowen Therapy session as well.
Why is treatment of scars important?
According to research, if a scar is left untreated, it may make other therapeutic interventions less effective or not last as long. Scar tissue is formed in order to heal and protect the body after trauma, whether it is from surgical operation or through an accident. It takes time to heal as collagen is laid down as part of the repair process. However, the collagen fibres are laid down in such a way that the tissue puckers, thickens and hardens. This can cause pain and difficulty which is often not attributed to scarring.
Even though your scar may be many years old, this may be the release that your body has been searching for. It is still possible to have profound and positive effects on your body, your comfort and your life.
Types of Scars
Any scarring due to surgical intervention, mastectomy, hysterectomy, emergency C section, amputation, abdominal surgery, spinal surgery, trauma scars from lacerations such as stab wounds, bullet wounds.
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