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McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release®

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Cost: £59

Duration: 1 hour

McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release®

McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release® is a treatment which is performed as part of a Bowen Therapy Treatment, with a particular focus on an individuals scar tissue. The Bowen Treatment will address structural symmetry and function within the whole body, then the treatment will incorpate the scar tissue work as part of the overall treatment.

Scars may have a huge influence on our presenting problems. They can cause:

  • restrictions in the fascia
  • reduction in blood and lymph flow
  • weaken muscular strength
  • reduce the flow of energy
  • inhibit joint movement

They may feel and look unpleasant and may even upset us emotionally due to the traumatic events that created them. Fortunately help is at hand

So how can hands-on MSTR help?

By working over the scar and the surrounding tissues, MSTR uses gentle, fingertip pressure to free the restrictions presented. This creates a stimulus to the area, by slightly compressing and stretching.

As space is created between the fibres, it enables fluid to move into the area, resulting in tissue mobilisation, easing of restriction and aiding reduction of scar tissue density.

As a result of improved tissue hydration and mobilisation, the scars size and restrictions can change. And as it starts to integrate better into the soft tissue matrix of the body, the body can do what it does best, increase its healing capacity now it has better access to the mobilised tissue. With many people reporting improvements in

  • blood supply, lymph drainage and neurology
  • change in appearance and texture of tissue
  • decrease or cease in pain or discomfort elsewhere in the body
  • more efficient movement and in some cases emotional resolution

McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release® work is suitable for post-surgical scars such as:

  • mastectomy, lumpectomy etc
  • appendix, gall bladder etc
  • hysterectomy, C-section
  • joint replacement scars - knee, hip etc

And may be considered for burn scars, trauma wounds, facial scars, muscle tears, plantar fasciitis and any conditions where fibrous tissue is present.

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