Scar tissue is normally laid down after either an acute or chronic injury, but it become excessive and get laid down haphazardly, (instead of in the direction that motion usually occurs) causing stiffness, lack of oxygen to the tissues, and limited range of motion.
It’s rare for a Doctor to have as many tools available as I have. This variety of choice enhances my ability to detect adhesions, scar tissue or restrictions in the patients affected areas. I can identify the dense tissues or stuck tissues (fibrotic tissue), and once the tissue has been identified, I use the appropriate tools to break up the scar tissue so it can be absorbed by the body.
What is the treatment goal?
The treatment helps to restore optimal soft tissue quality and motion. Each tools can help increase the amount of blood, nutrients, and fibroblasts to the area being treated.
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