Scar Release Therapy
Zoe George has been specialising in scar release therapy for the past 3 years along side sports and remedial massage, and manual lymphatic drainage massage.
Zoe also works in partnership with Ipswich Hospital and Macmillan offering treatments to patients who have received surgery as part of cancer treatment. Zoe has a specific interest and experience working with Breast Cancer Patients.
Many people suffer with pain, restrictive movement, feelings of tightness or being ‘stuck’.
Scar Release Therapy can:
Scar therapy can help loosen and release tight scar tissue to reduce discomfort.
Treatment can be beneficial on both new and old scar tissue.
Help Restricted Mobility
By reducing tightness and encouraging mobility between the layers of skin, fascia and muscle, the range of movement can often improve greatly which in turn can reduce pressure on the joints.
Reduce Sensitivity and Pain
Trapped nerves and irritated scar tissue can be a factor for prolonged discomfort. Scar Therapy may reduce pain and help to normalise sensitivity.
Stimulate and Boost Healing
Scar massage is often recommended by surgeons as a way to promote optimum scar healing after surgery and may minimise longer term complications.