C-Section Scar Massage 

Tight, sore scar?  You are not alone. 

According to research, 41% of C-sections result in tissue adhesions forming from the scar. Adhesions are bands of tissue that form between 2 structures. 

They reduce the ability of the tissue layers and organs to slide over one another during movement.

You may experience abdominal pain or pain when exercising or lifting, and you may have difficulty activating your abdominal muscles.

 

Scar massage aims to restore mobility back to the tissues, allow the tissue layers and organs to slide over each other again, and help you better activate your abdominal muscles.

 

I have been trained in a variety of soft tissue techniques such as myofascial release, instrument-assisted massage, sports massage, and visceral mobilisation, all of which I can use to help improve tissue mobility.

Don't put up discomfort; book a treatment as a stand-alone or with the PhysioNatal Regain exercise programme.

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