Posted By Sonya Shaw on November 26, 1998 at 19:16:30:
In Reply to: HOW TO BREAK DOWN SCAR TISSUE? posted by mike on November 25, 1998 at 23:37:54:
i strained my deltoid and forearm years ago and continue to have problem
with scar tissue. Ive done weights to try to break down the scar tissue
but it has only been a help to a certain point. I used to be involved in sports
but because of the problems i had to quit. Is there anyhting else to try
other than surgery to try to break down the scar tissue?
also the formerly injured areas feel as though the nerves there do not
fire like the nerves in the healthy right arm. When swimming or doing even light
weights the arm fatigues much sooner than the right arm. Is this normal
for an area to be quite a bit weaker after a strain compared to the opposite
healthy muscles[in the other arm]?
I've had two failed back surgeries and now have abnormal scar tissue
around my lower lumber region - L-4, L-5.
This is very disabiling as well as painful.
I saw a commercial on T.V about a Physician who removes the scar tissue with a non-evasive scar
tissue surgery. I didn't get his name and I am actively searching for him.
I reside in New Brunswick Canada.
If there is any information on who he is , or where I can contact him
I would greatly appreciate it
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