Adhesion Release

For greater comfort, function and movement

Scars do their job knitting the body back together, but can often cause discomfort should they encumber the body becoming unmoving adhesions. Laparoscopic surgery instruments, push their way through the body’s structures and fascia leaving a trail that can often result in adhesions. Mesh (designed to be left in the body), sutures/staples, organs, joint surfaces, once removed can develop areas of adhesion. Scars from accidents can create a network of adhesions. (A client who had a motorcycle accident years prior to having his scars released during a healing session, said that it was the first time he was pain free and had more mobility.) You are on massage table, fully clothed, area of scars or adhesions revealed.

Adhesion Release, post:

  • Accident
  • Appendix rupture, surgery
  • Back surgery
  • Birth trauma : pelvic floor tears, episiotomy, Cesarean section
  • Brain surgery
  • Breast : biopsy, reduction, mastectomy
  • Cancer surgery
  • Cataract or Eye surgery
  • Colon/Small Intestine segment removal or surgery
  • Cosmetic surgery
  • Dental surgery
  • Ear surgery
  • Face Lift
  • Fibroid removal
  • Foot/Ankle surgery
  • Gallbladder removal
  • Hand/Wrist surgery
  • Heart surgery
  • Hernia repair (especially those with mesh)
  • Hip Replacement or surgery
  • Hysterectomy
  • Knee surgery or replacement
  • Kidney removal
  • Lung punctures or surgery
  • Ovary, Ovarian Cyst removal
  • Prostate surgery or removal
  • Shoulder : Rotator Cuff surgery or replacement
  • Sinus surgery
  • Skin Cancer surgery
  • Spleen removal
  • Stomach reduction
  • Throat surgery
  • Thyroid surgery
  • Tumor removal
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