When an incision is made through the tissues, many layers are affected. Even if the superficial scar heals well and looks neat, underneath this layer lies the connective tissues which may be more deeply affected. Scar tissue in this fascia is much thicker than undamaged fascia and can cause restriction in your movement, visible pinning or even pain and dysfunction.
Sometimes you will find lumps, bumps, gaps, restrictions, ‘sticky bits’, thicker bits in this fascia in or around the scar – often times far wider than at the incision site, especially in the case of key hole surgery which can look so minor on the outside.
Acting like a ‘knot in your pyjamas’ it can affect how you move and how you feel. Scar release is a gentle and effective way to may a big impact in the movement of this tissue, helping you to move better and feel better.
– Do you have a scar that looks neat and well healed but sometimes feels tight or restricted?
– Do you have a scar that is uncomfortable or overly sensitive?
– Does your scar ‘pull’ when you perform certain movements?
– Do you have reduced sensation in or around your scar?
– Do you struggle with mobility since your scar no matter how much stretching you do?
– Did your scar heal poorly?
If you answered ‘Yes’ to any of the above then please get in touch or book an appointment today.