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To Stretch or Not to Stretch?  This should not even be a question

The first step in healing, exercise, and life is awareness.  People tend to be disconnected from their bodies. They know they are in pain, tired, or just not “as young as they used to be”. There is that feeling of something is not right or “off” with their body and they see the choice is …

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Lymphatics vs. Scar Tissue Release

The Scar Tissue Release and Integrated Therapies method —S.T.R.A.I.T™ Method,  for short — is a three-dimensional, fascial-release system that works to minimize scar-tissue development and the subsequent physiological restrictions. Utilizing multiple manual techniques Adhered tissues are released and then realigned from their starting point, which is the visible scar, to their endpoint — where the …

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“Oh Baby – Now That’s a Scar!” Scar Release & C-Sections

According to the World Health Organization, cesarean (c-section), rates continue to rise around the world. The rate in Australia is 33% and in the United States of America, it is 32.2%, which works out to 1-in-3 women. But no matter how well-trained the surgeon may be, there will be scar tissue formation after a C- …

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Scar Tissue 101

Scars – to some people they are trophies, war wounds to be proud of, reminders of traumas that they wish to forget, and to many, just something they have already forgotten. The truth of the matter is scars and the restrictions they cause can affect every system in the body. Recognizing them can be the …

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Forget Me Knot

What do all of the following have in common? Caesarean “C” Section Breast reduction Breast implant Appendectomy Laparoscopy Arthroscopy   Well that is easy right?  They are all surgeries. But would it surprise you to know that 6 out of 10 women who walk into my office do not consider C- Sections or breast work …

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Words can cut like a knife – leaving deep wounds and scars….

At this past weekend’s Scar Tissue Release, class we were fortunate to have a Registered Nurse volunteer as the demonstration client. She was incredibly generous with her feedback on what she was experiencing during the treatment and answered questions for the students. Two of her scars were from 18 & 20 year old C-sections, respectively. …

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