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A scar on a woman's abdomen

Scars are universal and take on many forms. A scar can be from a surgical intervention, broken bones, sprained joints, torn muscles, inflammation, or any areas that are injured with trauma. We also cannot forget emotional events as they are also considered scars.

We all accumulate traumas throughout our lives that can lead to invisible or visible scarring, and they impact our bodies in many negative ways.

The pain and health issues we have in our older years may be directly related to the number and severity of the scars we accumulate over time!


Scars Can Influence

  • Pain Levels
  • Stress Levels
  • Fascia
  • Lymphatic Flow
  • Functional Movements

How I Work With Scars

To treat scars, I use a clinically tested solution called Scar Release Therapy (SRT).  SRT applies Microcurrent Point stimulation (MPS), a patented solution that helps to re-awaken the skin’s ability to self-generate.

SRT IS PUBLISHED IN SCIENCE to deliver between 73.2% – 82.02 pain relief after a single application. (IJCAM 2017, OGN 2018). This is twice (2x) the average pain relief of all other published pain therapies.

Scar Release Therapy is painless, and visible changes in scar appearance is observed in real time. Once a scar has been released there is fascia release & stress reduction, increasing blood circulation and lymph drainage. Scar Release Therapy is the highly recommended for treating scars on your body quickly and efficiently. It is even more effective when combined with other modalities like herbal topicals and light therapy.

To learn more how I work with scars holistically, contact my office today!

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