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Scar Treatments

When a scar occurs during the process of tissue repair there is always contracture and adhesion.

This results in shortening of the tissue due to the contracture, and the feeling of tightness or dragging due to adhesions.

Emotional release often happens with this scar work and can give amazing benefit for stress and depression.

Scar Tissue Work is primarily about reducing pain and improving function, there are many layers to the scar tissue therefore scars often effect underlying organs and tissues in the body.

I have trained in:

Restore Scar and Oncology Scar therapies

Restore C-section scar specialist course

Adapting ScarWork for Breast surgery

Womens Scar Tissue Relief

McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release 

Sharon Wheeler's ScarWork

Lymphatic Bowen

Manual Lymphatic Drainage Plastic Surgery Pre- and Post-Op Practitioner
        Online Diploma Training

Lymphatic Drainage Massage Therapy at QLS Level 5 


The aim of all ScarWork treatment is to:


  • Reduce pain and restriction

  • Reduce adhesions – both superficially and deep within the system

  • Restore nerve function including numbness, pain and sensitivity

  • Enhance movement of the surrounding tissues, to reduce pulling and sticking

After work the scar may visually appear smoother, but the emphasis is on the underlying tissue changes within the fascial system and therefore improved function.


It’s never too late:

Very old scars still respond well to scar work, new scars can be treated if they are fully healed, dry and infection free. All scars can be worked on using these Scar tissue releases.

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