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McLoughlin Scar Tissue Treatment In Stanwood, WA

Scars are a common part of our lives. They tell the story of injuries, accidents, trauma, surgery, emotional pain, and cultural practices.  The scar is not simply a reminder of past events but may also be contributing to decreased function, tugging sensations with movement and pain.


It may be influencing how your abdominal organs are functioning. You may even notice that you have a variety of feelings about your scar and the circumstance by which you acquired them.

Gain Freedom From The Effects Of Scars.

Worldwide, practitioners of this technique are hearing many testimonials about increased function, decreased pain and increased self-confidence in response to scar tissue release. We see this response in old and new scars.

The beauty of McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release is it uses no injections, no deep manual work, no scraping. It is all accomplished by fingertip manipulation of the fibrous tissue, always at low to moderate pressure, without pain. Our client's comfort is our priority.

It's not too late to treat your scar.  We can treat a scar just two months old if healing well. Even an old scar often responds to McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release!

Your Scar May Be The Culprit To The Pain You Are Experiencing.


For example, Chest surgery scars can refer pain to the neck and back. Abdominal surgeries often refer pain into the low back or create problems in the abdomen. Joint surgeries may become plateaued in therapy due to scar tissue not allowing full mobilization of the joint.

McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release is suitable for many surgical scars including:

  • Breast reconstruction

  • Mastectomy, lumpectomy, etc.

  • Hysterectomy or C-Section

  • Gall Bladder and Appendix

  • Open Heart Surgery

  • Joint Replacements: hip, knee, etc.

  • Laparoscopic sites

McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release may also be considered for:

  • Burns

  • Trauma wounds

  • Facial scars

  • Muscle tears

  • Plantar fasciitis.

Empowering women to care for themselves

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