C-Section Scar Release Therapy (SRT) is a scar reduction treatment that is simple and highly effective for reducing the negative influence of scars. Using the latest scientific advances to address both chronic pain and dermal scarring that occurs post-surgery, SRT applies Microcurrent Point stimulation (Mps), a patented solution based on the scientific concept of increasing skin’s inter-cellular metabolism, protein synthesis and healing functioning, to re-awaken the skin’s ability to self generate.
PAIN is only the start. Stress, adhesions and fascia restrictions are also the results of C-Sections. Now you can safely apply this simple and discomfort-free procedure at home and reduce stress, adhesions and fascia restrictions in order to reduce pain.
This procedure is proven to deliver 82.52% pain relief after a single application. (OGN 2018). Scar Release Therapy is so effective it is guaranteed to reduce PAIN or your money back!
SRT is effective for scar reduction helping to reduce shape and size! C-Section is one of the top surgery scars performed, with 1.3 million performed each year in USA. But did you know they can cause a great deal of health problems?
It is well known in science that C-Section scar impact the body in negative ways. They restrict or bind the fascia, muscles, nerves, bones, organs and systems. They produce a straitjacket like effect throughout the entire body structure!They block the movement of circulation and energy which can interfere with health and wellness. Scars cause sympathetic nervous system up-regulation and acts as stress agonists, creating an environment for sickness and pain.
All this leads to pain & disease. Not surprisingly, it has been published in science that Chronic Post-Surgical Pain (CPSP), Back pain, Shoulder pain and neuropathic pain are all linked to C-Sections.
SURPRISE! In a recently published study, only small percentage off the chronic pain experienced by patients was localized at the scar site (10%), with 80-90 % of chronic pain experienced by the suffering patient distant or far-removed form the from C-Section site. (OGN 2019).