Scar Tissue Adhesions

Scars can have far-reaching effects on fascial tension. Superficial and deep adhesions (scar tissue) can extend from the visible scar to deeper structures in the body preventing normal soft tissue movement in blood vessels, nerves, muscles, tendons, ligaments, organs. Sensory nerve entrapment in the adhesions around a scar can produce local and radiating pain patterns. Scars of any age can be released, especially if pain is experienced in nearby parts of the body, however unlikely the connection may seem to be.



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