What is Fibrosis?

This treatment was developed to target any hard lumps that has developed after the Cosmetic surgery such as liposuction, tummy tuck or BBL. You might have fibrosis if you have thick and hard skin added to your scar tissue; pulling sensation on the area as you try to move or stretch; or uneven skin.

After any type of surgery, the skin can build up adhesions and scars as part of the healing process. However, the body can abnormally increase the production Fibroblast (a main connective tissue cell present in the body) in the form of bands which connect two or more tissues causing hardness under the skin.

Fibrosis Care an help with:

pulling sensation

Reduce pulling sensation

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Uneven skin

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Restriction of movement

Lymphatic drainage


How many Fibrosis treatments will I need?

Once you have developed fibrosis you need combination of treatments to achieve better results such as:  Manual Lymphatic Drainage , ultrasound therapy, myofascia and prescribed stretches.

Depending on how chronic your fibrosis is you might need 5 -10 session. If you had multiple procedures done which have developed fibrosis, then you would need more sessions per area.

How to reduce Fibrosis after surgery?

One of the most common secondary effects of surgery is fibrosis. Many people notice it some weeks after the surgery or during the post-op. At first, you may feel some lumps on the scar tissue, then you will notice that they get thick and hard, and you may feel pain in the area. To avoid fibrosis development it’s very important to start your post-op manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) as soon as possible, to wear your garment 24/7 and to have the right compression to prevent the accumulation of fluid in order to heal properly and faster.

Post surgery aftercare can:

  • Encouraged the regeneration of tissue
  • Reduces the risk of infection
  • Helps to shape the area
  • Helps to get better results from your surgery
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