How to Get Rid of Scar Tissue After Surgery or an Athletic Injury

 

How to Remove Scar Tissue From the Foot With Rehab

Scar tissue can occur on the outside or inside of your foot, especially due to a sports-related injury. This scar tissue can inhibit your foot’s movement and strength. Many orthopaedic surgeons will schedule appointments with a physical therapist to help you heal scar tissue and regain strength and flexibility…

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Ultimate Scar Tissue Removal Guide (What Docs Won’t Reveal)

Here’s the good news: there are tons of scar tissue removal methods available at your disposal. In fact, you can have your scar tissue removed or reduced through creams, patches, and even surgery. The challenge now is choosing the appropriate option for you…

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Scar Treatment and Scar Removal Information

Since scars are part of the normal healing process, ordinary scars are not treated. Only when superficial scars become cosmetically undesirable do they require treatment. This would include scars in those who are predisposed to develop keloids, as well as scars in anatomical regions known to produce thick scars and scars that produce a significant, unpleasant distortion of adjacent anatomical structures. Thick scars and keloids often flatten out after injections of steroids directly into the fibrous scar tissue.

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How Scar Tissue Affects Pain and Performance

Fitness professionals are experts in muscles and movement. They understand that muscle fibers are striated in the direction of force that they generate (Gray, 1995). However, since the configuration of scar tissue is not the same as the surrounding muscle fibers it can alter the way these structures work…

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