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... everything feels fine, yes , when I press where my incision is it feels tight, so I am trying to massage massage massage, that is the key to breaking up the scar tissue, gotta start on that right away after cast removal. It 's not the kind of back massage you get that will put u asleep, its a hard massage.. ... (42 replies)
... How do you know if what's causing you pain is scar tissue? ... (7 replies)
... in my high tops with no more crutches. I have a small limp, but trying to take steps properly and tolerate the minor aching in my high ankle. Yesterday I cleaned up the SUV and got it ready for our east coast trip. ... (78 replies)

... like reducing swelling, breaking up scar tissue and adhesions, and desensiting nerves. You'll probably get exercises too, to strengthen the area where you had surgery. ... (8 replies)
... Sometimes the nerves get trapped in scar tissue and that can cause problems. I had a lot of nerve symptoms that I no longer remember specifics about around the time I got the boot. ... (7 replies)
... s , it probably sounds gross, but the holes were very small, and not as bad as it sounds. He did an ultrasound right before surgery to find the specific tear and scar tissue, and using a sharpie marked other locations where there was pain. He used a small gadget to make the holes and then put the wand directly through them. ... (7 replies)
... and a "wand" is inserted into the tissue in a gridlike pattern and small amounts of tissue are removed as a light dose of radiofrequency energy is directed into the tissue. It encourages bloodflow to the area and promotes proper healing. ... (17 replies)




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