Scars and fascial function: essential information for therapists

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Scars and fascial function: essential information for therapists

24 Nov 2021
Theatre C

Scar tissue is an unavoidable physiological response to trauma or surgery. The visible skin change is the superficial consequence of the healing process, any underlying repair is also inferior to pre-injury tissue. What does this mean for therapy professionals? Are all scars a problem? By understanding wound healing and scar tissue formation, therapists can apply simple assessment techniques and include interventions to promote health in the connective tissue after a repair occurs.

Speakers
Emma Holly, Principal Tutor and Clinical Director - Restore Therapy

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