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Scar Tissue

Scar tissue can greatly reduce movement and function after trauma or surgery.  

The purpose of a scar is to close a wound as quick as possible.  After surgery, the body will quickly form scar tissue to help heal the area of the surgery.  Surgery in areas of moveable joints like the ankles, wrists or knees is meant to improve function, excessive scarring around those joints after surgery can do jus the opposite.

Scarring can also occur after surgery.  If your appendix is removed or after a hernia repair, the small surgical scar is usually not anything to be concerned about.  But if adhesions develop after abdominal surgery, that’s a different story.  Adhesions are bands of tissue that can form between abdominal tissues and organs, making them stick together.  Those adhesions can sometimes lead to chronic pain in the abdomen or bowel obstruction.

Frequency Specific Microcurrent painlessly can melt adhesions and scar tissue.  This is a non-invasive (no needle) approach to scarring.  1-6 treatments may be necessary to achieve the desired result.

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