McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release


Treating your scar is extremely important.  Research shows that if a scar is left untreated, it may make other treatments less effective or not last as long. 


Scar tissue is formed in response to laceration of the skin, either through surgery or during an accident.  This can create thickened fibrous tissue which stops the efficient flow of blood and lymph through the body.  As there can be little or no elasticity in the scar this can create a pulling effect on surrounding tissue and joints, which can impact in the following ways:


  • Numbness

  • Reduced range of movement

  • Tingling

  • Loss of flexibility

  • Itching

  • Feeling of coldness

  • Burning

  • Muscle and tissue wastage (atrophy)

  • Pain

  • Hypersensitivity

  • Postural distortion

  • Feeling of ‘disconnection’ between lower and upper parts of the body


These symptoms can continue for many years after the original surgery/accident, and impact on daily living.  Help is at hand!


McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release is a simple technique which can be effective in releasing the collagen fibres that build up in scar tissue as part of the healing process.  This in turn, can restore feeling, blood and lymph flow, to the area, which can often result in increased range of movement, flexibility etc. 

It can be extremely effective for long or short term scarring such as:


  • Caesarian section scars

  • Hysterectomy scars

  • Spinal surgery scars

  • Trauma scars from lacerations such as head wound scars, stab wounds, bullet wounds

  • Mastectomy scars

  • Amputation scars

  • Underlying scar tissue which may not be visible,  from laparoscopic surgery


If you:


  • have had surgery which has healed but still experience pain

  • have lost body function and range of movement

  • feel that your scar is less than desirable in appearance with altered sensation

  • feel that your scar impacts on your daily living or affects you emotionally

  • suffer from lower back pain


        ….. then why not try McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release? The above symptoms and more, could be as a result of your scar.


MSTR work is not limited to scars! Good results have also been seen in some cases of Plantar Fasciitis and tissue damage from sprains and strains.







Practitioners work within the tolerance of clients, both physically and emotionally. Clients are in control, and treatment can be stopped at any time during the session.  Minimum time to treatment after acquiring a scar, is 8 weeks and the area must be completely healed.  There is no maximum time limit however – scars may still respond decades later.  Astonishing changes are being seen using the McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release Technique world-wide!