POST-SURGICAL AND SCAR FIBROSIS
Fibrosis is constituted by an exaggerated and anarchical reorganization of the connective tissue and of the cellular matrix support. This phenomena can follow a physical, local chemical traumatism or a surgical operation (e.g. after an operation for a disc hernia L5-S1).
The fibrous surrounding often compress a nerve root with compressive pain because of the "cardboard" or indured aspect of the affected area. Some microcirculatory disorders can be associated.
Percutaneous Hydrotomy, with mesochelation, enable hydration and fibrosclerotic detoxification of subcutaneous tissues. The use also, in our vasolatator protocols, of organic Silicon and E and A vitamins has revolutionized the fibrosis treatment in the last months, restoring a new plsticity for the tissue and involving the compressive relaxation caused by the lesion and improving the aspect of the post-surgical scar.