Scar tissue is a type of tissue that forms as a result of the body’s natural healing process. When the body is in a state of stress emotionally or physically, it enters into an inflammatory state. Fibrin, white blood cells and calcium are produced to restore structural integrity. If an area continues to be inflamed, calcification, crystallization and scar tissue will eventually form and this causes pain and the restriction of movement.
Inflammation and scar tissue can be caused in many different ways over an individual’s lifetime. These can include surgery, poor nutrition, stress, injuries, grief and anxiety.
Although scar tissue is a natural part of the healing process, in some cases, excessive scar tissue can form. This is known as a keloid or hypertrophic scar, which extends beyond the original wound area and can be more noticeable and problematic. After many years of scar tissue buildup, flexibility and range of motion can be diminished. Pain can sometimes take years to occur after a trauma has taken place.
Some people say as they age, they feel less and less pain, this is because the body has produced so much scar tissue, it has been numbed down. The older one gets the stiffer one seems to feel, right? Ultimately, it’s not an “old age” issue but a scar tissue issue. Instead of being stiff and numbed down, wouldn’t it be great to remove blockages and allow for healthy circulation and retain youthful flexibility?
Dr. Darrell Wolfe introduced Wolfe Non-Surgical more than 35 years ago, a groundbreaking technique distinct from deep tissue massage. This revolutionary approach targets scar tissue, crystallization, and calcification within the body, setting it apart from traditional methods. Considered the most powerful form of bodywork, it offers an unparalleled experience.
The essence of Wolfe Non-Surgical lies in breaking down this scar tissue, unlocking the potential for profound healing and recovery. As a result, muscles and joints are rejuvenated, restoring a more youthful, healthy, and unrestricted state. By addressing the root causes, this exceptional approach facilitates enhanced well-being and empowers individuals to lead a more vibrant and fulfilling life.
The primary approach employed relies on an elbow precision technique, penetrating deep into the muscle tissue. By using the elbow as a sensitive probe, it surpasses the capabilities of hands alone. Consequently, it enables meticulous maneuvering around bones and joints, accessing the deeper layers of muscle, fascia, muscle fibers, tendons, fibroids, and more.
When implementing WNS (Wolfe Non-Surgical) as a preventative therapy, it effectively maintains joint suppleness, enhances flexibility, and expands the range of motion. Furthermore, for individuals already experiencing stiffness and discomfort, WNS proves highly effective in restoring flexibility and alleviating pain.