TX – Scars

C sections

| TX - Scars

Weโ€™ve discussed Caesarian sections before, and how they donโ€™t always need to look gnarly or angry to be causing dysfunction / aches pains elsewhere in your body. WARNING: Donโ€™t read whilst eating your breakfast ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป Last week I had a lady with a next to invisible scar return to clinic and report, she had what…

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| TX - Pelvic Floor, TX - Scars, TX - Spinal, Torso, Breathing

If we talk about birthing in clinic, we would normally discuss optimised breathing patterns, core stability and intra abdominal pressure pre birth to ensure you are in as good a place as possible for the delivery, hopefully lessening the need for a section or other interventions etc (and more so if VBAC is planned). If…

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Client feedback

| Testimonials, TX - Scars

So pleased to have received this testimonial the other day ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป โ€œI have been seeing Marcus for 6 sessions for work on my C-section scar and post pregnancy core work. After a difficult period with fertility issues and then a complicated pregnancy and birth resulting in an emergency C-section and hemorrhaging I was left with…

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Have you had a C section?

| TX - Scars

Have you had a C Section? Are you considering a C Section? You need to read this ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡ Scarring is a normal biological process, and although the replacement tissue that forms the scar differs from the original tissue, normal healthy scarring is intended to restore, or, preserve tissue integrity and function. However, if any aspect…

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Tattoos cause scarring

| How we work, TX - Scars

Tattoos cause scarring ๐Ÿ’ก We know that scars can cause neurological issues, but not all scars or tattoos, so how do you know which do, and which donโ€™t? My existing clients get tested after having a new piece of ink, but for the general populous if you think back to when your current aches and…

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Fascial release

| Client Cases, TX - Scars

Did some ACFRP work on a clients upper belly button scar from an old piercing the other day. There was a specific rotational vector required to help get key muscles working again. After the release work this was visible. Not only can you see the rotational artefacts in the surface of the skin (most visible…

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