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MPS Scar release Therapy (SRT)

Is a method used to release scars where MPS is applied bi-laterally to the entire length of scars and then connected to key acupuncture points for localized cellular release and electrical re-connection of the body. This technique is especially effective in treating scars and adhesions deep inside us.

What is MPS?

MPS (Micro Point Stimulation) is a brief, concentrated DC micro-impulses to key neurological points that reduce nervous system stress to relax muscles and relieve pain.

How Scars Negatively Influence Your Body

Scars have a special influence on the body. They restrict metabolism, pull on fascia and negatively influence the body in many ways.

Scars Upregulate the Sympathetic Nervous System, producing stress, decreasing Heart rate Variability (HRV) and healing vagal tone.

Scars create Internal adhesions inside the body. Adhesions acts as internal strait jackets, reducing muscle/organ performance and produce pain.

Scars injure fascia causing restrictions and structural imbalances.
Scars suppress female hormone levels.
Scars cause Chronic Pain throughout the body.

Scars block blood circulation & energetic flows through the meridian system, producing energy and circulation stagnation in extremities (lower).

Pre and post surgical Rehab

Total Knee Arthroplasty

Acl Repair

Knee Menisectomy

Total Hip Arthroplasty

Hip Labrum Repairs

Ankle And Foot Surgery

Spinal Surgery

Total Shoulder Arthroplasty

Shoulder Acriomioplasty

Subacromial Decompression


Cervical Pain / Whiplash Injury

Sciatic Pain

Hip Pain/tendonitis/bursitis

Lumbar/cervical Herniated/

Bulging Disc


Iliotibial Band (Itb) Syndrome

Piriformis Syndrome

Hip Stress Fracture Knee

Knee Pain

Jumper’s Knee (Patella Tendinitis)

Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)

Golfer’s Elbow

Carpal Tunnel

Shoulder Pain

Frozen Shoulder

Plantar Fasciitis

Sprain/strain Conditions

Neurologic Conditions

Post Cva (Stroke)

Unsteady Gait/walking

Balance Disorders

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