Breast Cancer Relief Through Myofascial Release

Updated: Oct 17, 2020

Myofascial Release can be highly beneficial after breast surgery. Scars can pull with up to 10,000 pounds per square inch. Imagine the extreme forces one might feel through their body from surgical scars in the breast region. 

The forces from these scars can be felt into the axilla, or arm pit, limiting the mobility of the arm. Tension can be felt into the neck, the opposite side of the body, and into the abdomen. 

Using Myofascial Release, the restrictions can be reduced or eliminated, restoring motion of the neck, arms, and chest. Sleep becomes easier. One can return to sports. Breathing improves. Relief is restored. 

The following video can help to explain more details.

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