video testomonial — post surgical scar tissue

DOES TISSUE REMODELING WORK ON
POST-SURGICAL SCARRING?
YOU BET IT CAN!

Post Surgical Scarring

Image by Medical Travel Riga
I deleted the video that we shot a couple of months ago —- the video taken about 20-30 minutes after I met Michelle for the very first time.  Although it was good; this one is better —- get out the Kleenex!  

Despite everything Michelle had done, she had been struggling with increasingly severe Chronic Pain for the past seventeen years.  Just before Christmas break, I fixed a long-standing PIRIFORMIS SYNDROME in Michelle’s sister, who referred her in shortly after that for Chronic Pain caused by post-surgical scar tissue.   Although the TISSUE REMODELING does not work for patients who have been burned (I’ve tried), it frequently works wonders on certain kinds of post-surgical scarring.  Michelle is one such example.

After slowly leaking infection for who-knows-how-long, Michelle’s appendix completely ruptured just three months into her first pregnancy — over 17 years ago.  Told that his wife had only thirty minutes to live without extreme intervention, her husband signed a waiver saying that he wanted his wife saved —– at the expense of her unborn child if it came to that.  Fortunately, doctors managed to save them both. 

They actually took her tiny son (3.5 inches long, 2 oz) out of her womb and held him in their hands while they cleaned the pus and gangrene from inside of her.  Needless to say, even though Michelle and her son were both alive, she ended up with a huge amount of scar tissue as well as several massive surgical scars on her abdomen.  Listen to Michelle tell the incredible story of her miracle baby (a young man who has been called to ministry), her journey through Chronic Pain, and God leading her to a solution in tiny Mountain View, Missouri.

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