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Types of Scars

What do you know about scars? I think you will agree with me that basically scars tell some of the stories that make up our lives. Each scar has a reason and has left its mark on our body & our heart!

February 22nd, 2017|C-section, Pain Management, Scars|0 Comments

The Ultimate Scar Treatment

For the CHANGE of PAIN & APPEARANCE The Dolphin Neurostim has proven effective in treating a wide range of scars by helping to relieve pain and loosen or break up scar tissue. Scars have been shown to disrupt the proper flow of electrical energy throughout the body, thereby causing a variety of health problems, including [...]

February 22nd, 2017|C-section, Dolphin Neurostim, Pain Management, Scars|0 Comments

Electrotherapy Exposed

Download PDF of Article The application of electrotherapy has been an accepted worldwide medical practice throughout the modern history of mankind. Hippocrates was reported to place patients into barrels of water with electrical eels to cure rheumatism and gout. At the turn of the 19th century, the great titans Westinghouse (direct current-DC) and Tesla (alternating [...]

MPS Therapy – Integrative Pain Management Techniques

Microcurrent Point Stimulation (MPS) Therapy is the world’s first integrative therapy developed exclusively to fight chronic pain. The theoretical underpinnings of MPS pain protocols are based on combining the “therapeutic pearls” of acupuncture, osteopathy, integrative dentistry, neural therapy, & modern neurology with microcurrent assisted myofascial release techniques. How Does it Work? MPS applies brief, concentrated [...]

May 8th, 2015|MPS Therapy, Pain Management|0 Comments

The Influence of Scars

As scars develop they can become painful, they can pull or pucker the skin and affect musculature around the scar, and the scar itself has a different quality and make up to the scar tissue producing a mark (sometimes of which can cause psychosomatic emotional issues).  Scars can contract as they grow and mature.  This [...]

May 8th, 2015|Pain Management, Scars|0 Comments

MPS-SRT (Scar Release Therapy)

MPS-SRT has taken the lead in this field of therapy.  During the healing phase of a scar, the tissue formed becomes electrically differentiated from the surrounding tissue.  The forming tissue does not receive good blood supply, it becomes increasingly rigid and inflexible, the electro-cellular properties reverse, and this creates an electro –cellular instability in the [...]

May 8th, 2015|Scars|0 Comments

Why Are C-Section Scars So Powerful?

A C-section is powerful because of geographical location on the body. The essence of life resides here. Adhesions can cause pain, distortions, skeletal misalignment & organ dysfunction. The fear reflex is also stored in the flexor muscle of the body located in this region. As a therapist, I have specialized in Microcurrent Point Stimulation (MPS) [...]

April 30th, 2015|C-section, Scars|0 Comments

The Basic Anatomy of a C-Section Scar

Most of us who have been pregnant have watched "A Baby Story" on TLC at least a few times in the anticipation of imagining how we will get through the birth process. When you watch a c-section, and you see the way they pull and tug on the body after it is cut open, it [...]

April 30th, 2015|C-section, Scars|0 Comments

The Hidden Dangers of Scars and Adhesions

Functionally, scars are relatively harmless. Aesthetically, they may be practically invisible. They may cause pain and itching. But are there hidden dangers lurking behind those scars? What is a Scar? Scars are a result of the body's remarkable innate potential and power to heal itself. A mark or disfigurement is left after an injury to [...]

May 24th, 2014|C-section, Scars|20 Comments

The Physical and Emotional Mark of a C-Section Scar

I have discovered that many women are less focused on the pain from the surgery than they are on the effects of having a c-section scar, both the physical effects on their body and the emotional stigma of a c-section scar. Your c-section scar … it’s a serious matter! Whose Scar? A Mother's Of Course! If [...]

May 2nd, 2014|C-section, Scars|10 Comments