Whether from trauma or surgery, scars often result in a tightening of the surrounding tissue, which can restrict movement or function. These restrictions can affect the joint, limb, and surrounding area, and can also affect underlying organs.

Scar tissue can compress nerves, impact muscle function, affect blood and lymph flow, and has the potential to spread in any direction, including internally, throughout the body.

How can Dolphin-MPS therapy help with scars and adhesions?

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Dolphin-MPS therapy can help release scars and is especially effective in treating large, deep, painful scars. The term “release” refers to the releasing or relaxing of contracted and tightened tissue. Coupled with manual release work (a specialized type of massage), Microcurrent Point Stimulation scar/adhesion release therapy significantly reduces the restrictions of scar tissue.

Proven to deliver 73.2 percent pain relief after a single Dolphin-MPS treatment session, scar tissue and adhesions can be released in as little as two to three sessions, with noticeable improvement in appearance, color, soreness, and tissue mobility within one to three sessions.

In general, this treatment is completely painless. The Dolphin NeurostimTM portable pain relief unit is used to apply brief, concentrated microcurrent impulses to the tissue surrounding the scar and creates a healing, inflammatory response. Dead cells and scar tissue are broken down by the body; circulation is increased to the area; and the lymphatic system excretes the dead cells.

C-section scar release before and after

The duration of treatment will depend upon how long you have had the scar, how deep it is, and the severity of any pain you may be having. There is no expiration date on scar release. MPS has helped a Vietnam veteran retain the use of his leg some forty years after his multiple gunshot injury. Scars from a C-section, deep mole or skin lesion removal, facelift, mastectomy, breast augmentation or reduction, and childhood burns have been successfully released, with accompanying beneficial results, a decade or more after the time of the injury or medical procedure.

When a scar has been released, there is no longer a restriction in the flow of energy, blood circulation, and lymph drainage. The body can then complete the healing process.

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