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Holistic Scar Treatment Athlone Midlands Westmeath Adhesions Pain


Scar Tissue and Adhesion Release:  

Superficial work, Profound healing

" Th​is works and works fast." – ​Dr Mitchell Mosher – North Carolina – USA

In November 2018 I brought internationally renowned trainer and author Jan Trewartha to give a course in Sharon Wheeler ScarWork for the first time in Ireland.  12 practitioners from all over the island came to Athlone for 4 days to learn this wonderful technique. We discovered how disturbed tissue can interfere with functions all over the body. I am absolutely delighted to have introduced th i s work to Ireland, and am using it daily in my therapy room in Athlone. It is truly exciting to see changes occur in movement, pain levels and appearance.

A scar isn't just a superficial injury. It cuts through connective tissue which must be checked when it heals. Underlying scar tissue  or adhesions can interfere with the function of the body not just at the site but in other places on the body. Scars which are a result of some traumatic incident may also need attention in order to release emotional stress. If you have a scar due to operation or accident, please consider having it looked at. It can improve in texture and appearance and pain and discomfort can be resolved very quickly. Superficial application, yet profound effect upon the recipient.

Even scars that are decades old can be treated with dramatic results .

Symptoms associated with Scar Tissue:

  • Pain or discomfort , perhaps even away from the scar site
  • Restricted movement due to tight tissue
  • Feeling of 'disconnect' between lower and upper body (particularly C-section scars)
  • Hypersensitivity
  • Numbness or lack of feeling in or around the area of the scar
  • ​Heat or redness
  • Itching
  • Tightness
  • Jagged, lumpy, smooth, obvious or subtle appearance

Who is this for?  

It is chiefly applied for any scarring due to surgical intervention – even from decades ago . Yes, it can be extremely effective for long or short term scarring such as:

  • Caesarian section scars and tissue disturbance
  • Hysterectomy Scar
  • Spinal surgery scars
  • Epidural site
  • Abdominal and appendix
  • Knee and hip post-op scars and adhesions
  • Mastectomy scars
  • Limbs
  • Face
  • Burns
  • Keloid


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