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Every injury leaves behind marks including surgical procedures. To prevent an overgrowth of scar tissue the utilization of manual techniques and modalities to help alter the physical properties of a scar, encourage realignment of collagen fibers and promote even healing by reducing adhesions, bulging, and scar shrinkage.
Post-Cesarean scar management to help release fascial areas of tension caused by fetal growth and surgical procedures.
Specialized treatment for scar management of surgical mastectomy or lumpectomy procedures.
Specialized treatment for post-surgical, fracture, stitches, and/or muscle rupture.
The blood clotting process begins immediately after injury. The body tries to stop the bleeding, remove germs and bacteria from the wound, and prevent them from entering. This stage can last up to three days.
The body starts to rebuild vessels and tissue (granulation tissue) with the aim of closing the wound as quickly as possible.
Closing the wound at the epidermis. This starts between five and ten days after the wound was sustained and can continue for several weeks or months. This is the stage where scars are formed.
Sometimes, the scars formed in the repair stage do not just give rise to an aesthetic problem. Due to thickening, shrinkage and hardening of the skin, it has less elasticity at the scarred sites and this is where Optimum can help you.