Scar and Keloid Therapy
One of the most profound, clinical observations that Jamie Davis has made is the effect of scar (called keloid) tissue on the body. The entire body is wrapped in a connective sheath called myofascia, and when one area of the myofascial layer gets bound up and knotted, like what happens when scar tissue forms, it begins to pull on the rest of the body to compensate. For example: oftentimes women in their 40’s and 50’s begin to experience types of incontinence that continues to worsen as they get older; Jamie’s first question to these women is if they have ever had a C-section, hysterectomy, appendectomy, or any other kind of abdominal surgery. Jamie has found that abdominal surgeries lead to scar tissue within the abdomen and pelvis that eventually will pull on the internal organs—including the bladder. This can lead to incontinence.
There are many other examples of how scar tissue can affect the body—from low back pain, to frozen shoulder, to chronic knee pain. You name it, if there is a scar—even arthroscopic or tiny scars—there might be an obstruction that has formed in your fascia creating symptoms that had until now seemed unrelated.
Using Chinese Medicine and acupuncture, we use a 6-week protocol for scar tissue to break it up and help the body relay healthy, normal tissue. This in turn treats things like stomach pain, back pain, incontinence, etc., as the myofascial layer is no longer tugging on the rest of the body. You will be amazed at the difference it can make when your organs and tissues are no longer being bound and pulled from keloid tissue.