Tara Kachroo

MPS Therapy increases the Speed of Scar Release Techniques

Scar Release Techniques

In February of this year I attended the Introductory course for Microcurrent Point Stimulation (MPS) Therapy using the Dolphin Neurostim device offered by the Center for Pain and Stress Research. This course offered instruction on the fundamentals of Microcurrent Point Stimulation (MPS) Therapy, especially in it’s uses for pain reduction. This course was taught by Joe Durant and offered nearby, in Toronto.  It was an excellent weekend of learning and skill sharing with many practitioners, some of which had been using the Dolphin Neurostim device for many years and for many different types of treatment.

While my practice specializes in assessment, I am also very skilled at releasing scar tissue. I have developed many unique techniques for breaking up scar tissue and for reorganizing fascial distortions around scar tissue that can cause chronic pain and disfunction in people’s movement patterns. I am also able to reduce internal adhesions around organs and other visceral tissues with many of these same techniques. Combining scrupulous and systematic assessment with very effective techniques means that I get results very quickly for my clients in the Kitchener area.

Despite my previously existing high level of skill, I have been incredibly impressed with how effective microcurrent point stimulation (MPS) therpy can be when used for doing rehab on scar tissue.  I now often use MPS therapy for a short time on scar tissue to make it more pliable and receptive to more specific myofacial release techniques. This means that sometimes the amount of time to release scar tissues is reduced by half or more.  For example, a client that would have visited me 6 times for scar release work to eliminate back pain cause by the scar, now might only have to come 3 times.

If you are within driving distance of Kitchener-Waterloo and you have scar tissue, book online to have it assessed for how it might be restricting your movement, function or contributing or causing pain. When we get to treatment, MPS therapy will be used in most sessions in increase the speed and efficacy of treatment, gettting you feeling better, sooner.