MFR Before and After Surgery: Prepare your tissue for optimal results
June 17, 2013
During a C-section, scar tissue develops and may attach to the fascia, abdomen, colon, ovary, between the woman's bladder and uterus or in front of her sacrum. These adhesions often cause pain, especially in the back and pelvic areas. The scar tissue tightens the ligaments around these organs and inhibits movement. The result could be back discomfort, painful intercourse or, worse, infertility. It's important to prevent serious scarring from taking place, so as soon as the doctor clears your client, you should begin massage to minimize scarring and reduce the incidence of pain.
- Phyllis Hanlon, Massage Magazine August 2013
This is just one example of the ways in which scar tissue adhesions and fascial restrictions can affect the post surgical patient. However, it is also important to address preexisting fascial restrictions before surgery to open the tissue for faster recovery and optimal healing. If you are scheduled for a surgical procedure on any part of the body, MFR can help to release any restrictions pre surgery and to speed the healing process after the procedure. Make an appointment for consultation – set yourself up for a smooth recovery!
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