McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release Technique (MSTR)

Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft, Norwich & Norfolk Area

The McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release Technique ® (MSTR®) is an amazing advancement in the treatment of scar tissue and is changing people’s lives.

About the Architect
Alastair McLoughlins experience as a bodyworker commenced in the early 1980s. In the 1990s, he spent over seven years (1997-2005) teaching as one of the UKs foremost senior instructors with the Bowan Therapy Academy of Australia. A further seven years (2011-2018) was spent teaching his own techniques, which enhanced his clinic work and that of hundreds of other practitioners he taught around the world.

In his words ‘probably the most valuable and important technique I ever developed’ is his scar work.

Why is MSTR so effective?
The multi-directional technique means we are addressing the tissue from all angles of fascia and adhesions. The rapid moves of MSTR also facilitate the release of the tight and densely bound collagen fibres that inhibit blood and lymph flow in and around the scar. The combination of the speed of the MSTR moves and the multidirectional movements themselves make MSTR work truly effective and life-changing in some instances.

Tara Haines, Sports Massage Practitioner provides:

MSTR® can be effectively used for the following:

• Caesarian section scars
• Hysterectomy scars
• Spinal surgery scars
• Trauma scars such as those typically found on the knee
• Head wound scars
• Mastectomy scars etc…
• Amputation scars
• Underlying scar tissue from laparoscopic surgery

There are additional applications for McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release Technique® – not just for visible scars including;

• Plantar Fasciitis
• Certain cases of frozen shoulder
• Sports injuries (such as quadriceps and hamstring tears)
• Axillary Web Syndrome (AWS)
• Underlying scar tissue from surgeries or tissue traumas
• Any areas of dense fibrous tissue

What will you expect on a treatment session:

Your first treatment will be expected to last up to 30minutes, time to take a detailed history of the scar and first treatment. Treatment times depend on the size of the scar, but would be a maximum of 15minutes. Depending on the age of the scar and desired outcome, would depend on sessions required, it could just take one 30minute session!

Please be advised the following videos contain graphic content of scars and wounds

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