Whether surgical (ie through abdominal wall) or vaginal, a hysterectomy is a major operation in terms of tissue trauma. In the case of a vaginal hysterectomy the scars are invisible but they will be present and can cause problems. Any abdominal surgery is very invasive, having to be carried out through deep layers of muscle and intestine. The intestines are held together with thin membranous sheets of fascia which have to be interrupted to reach the uterus, resulting in micro scars. Myofascial release can ease the scar tissue to prevent adhesions and encourages your body to free up the area so all the organs can work unrestricted.


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