Internal Scar Tissue Treatment

What is Internal Scar Tissue?

Internal scar tissue is scar tissue which
forms inside the body. You may also hear
internal scar tissue referred to as internal
adhesions or just adhesions. Depending on
where a scar forms, it may present no
medical problems, or it may lead to serious
health issues. For severe adhesions,
patients may require surgery.

Scars are the body's response to injury.
When the body is injured, it attempts to repair
the injured site as quickly as possible. With a
mild injury, the body may be able to restore
the tissue to its previous state. More
commonly, the tissue is replaced with an
inferior barrier of scar tissue which cannot
fully replace the missing tissue. Scars are
often poorly supplied with blood, which is why
they appear more pale than the surrounding
tissue.

Inside the body, internal scar tissue forms as
a result of trauma. Surgery is a common
cause of adhesions, and they can also be the
result of heart attacks, which cause scarring
of the heart muscle, along with severe
injuries like torn muscles and ligaments.
Inflammatory disease can also cause
internal scar tissue. In some instances,
internal scar tissue goes unnoticed by its
owner, illustrating the body's ability to repair
itself fairly neatly when it is in good health.
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The healthcare professionals listed here
have found out that Internal Scarring can be
eliminated.  Please click the doctor's name in
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studies related to Internal Scars and contact
them if you need their help.
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List of healthcare professionals who
provide effective treatment for Internal
Scar
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United States:
New Mexico
Nancy Stern, DC, Albuquerque
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