Best Treament for Capsular Contracture!
Capsular Contracture is another frequent side affect from implants. This "is a response of the immune system to foreign materials in the human body. Medically, it occurs mostly in context of the complications from breast implants and artificial joint prosthetics.
The occurrence of capsular contraction follows the formation of capsules of tightly-woven collagen fibers, created by the immune response to the presence of foreign objects surgically installed to the human body. Capsular contracture occurs when the collagen-fiber capsule tightens and squeezes the breast implant; as such, it is a medical complication that can be very painful and discomforting, and might distort the aesthetics of the breast implant and the breast. Although the cause of capsular contracture is unknown, factors common to its incidence include bacterial contamination, rupture of the breast-implant shell, leakage of the silicone-gel filling, and hematoma." -WIkipedia
Scar Release for Breasts
Women who have had breast augmentation or mastectomies can be left with scars, that if left untreated, can create painful symptoms in other areas of the body such as: migraines or frequent headaches; TMJ; shoulder pain; upper back pain, as well as mid-back pain. Releasing these scars, in most cases, can eliminate the pain presenting in other areas! Don't wait any longer to get rid of scar tissue, call us today!
Breast Augmentation Post-Op Hardness
Hardness in the breasts after augmentative surgery is totally normal. It can take 6-7 weeks, sometimes longer, to start to soften. Though, some women may notice, that their new breasts have never quite returned to that soft "normal feeling"; they may still feel stiff, not as bouncy, and not as natural looking as they'd hoped. This can even be the case after a year or more. We are happy to offer hope though! Many of our clients have had overwhelming success with Myofascial Release treatment directly on the breast tissue itself! In most cases, clients notice significant softening in the breasts and increased comfort and ease of breathing. Common remarks we hear are:
Scar Release for Pelvic Area
Scars from surgeries such as hysterectomies, c sections, laparoscopy scars, spleen removal, etc. can have major effects in the health, or lack there of, of the pelvic region as well as other areas of the body. Abdominal adhesions after c sections can be especially menacing. Believe it or not, TMJ (temporal mandibular joint dysfunction), as well as migraines, usually start as a result of dysfunction in the pelvic region. Pelvic scars and trauma can also create bladder problems (incontinence), knee pain, low back and hip pain.
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Did you know?
Scars can grow roots that are far reaching; pulling relentlessly on other structures of your body, near and far. They can reek havoc all over... and most of us would never suspect that the culprit would be a simple scar.
Size doesn't matter...
Whether it's tiny laparoscopy incision scar, c section scar, mastectomy scar, or a giant open heart surgery scar... it is important to have every scar checked and released. You might be surprised to learn that the itsy-bitsy ones sometimes cause the most problems.
San Diego Myofascial Release offers the best Scar Tissue Release in San Diego!