POST-OPERATIVE AND SCAR TISSUE
Fibrosis is an anarchic reorganization of the fibres making up the connective tissue and the cellular support matrix, it can occur after physical trauma, local chemical trauma or following surgery (e.g. after an intervention for herniated disc L5 -S1).
A fibrous sheath often compresses the nerve root causing pain due to the “stiff” or indurated appearance of the region concerned. Fibrosis may also be associated with microcirculatory disorders.
Percutaneous hydrotomy using mesochelation allows hydration and fibrosclerotic detoxification of the subcutaneous tissue. In recent months, our protocols, using vasodilators, organic silica, and vitamins E and A have revolutionized the treatment of fibrosis by restoring plasticity to the tissues. Thus, the compression is released and the appearance of the post-operative scar improves.