Problematic scar tissue
Whether accidental or post-operative, new or old scars are often unattractive in appearance; moreover, an abuse of them can also have serious consequences, due to adhesions that can generate significant functional disability, for example to the hand.
The risk of inferior-quality scarring remnants in the burned area is always present. Without the implementation of an early treatment regime, complications are bound to occur, with conditions such as hypertrophy, contractures, flanges and adhesions – all of which have a direct impact on our functional and aesthetic endeavors.
LPG Endermotherapy is a technique that targets all scars, even older scarring, mainly because of its fiber-reducing action. With this LPG technique, the therapist has a non-invasive, instrumental method that is both painless and non-traumatic, allowing for the treatment of even the most difficult scarred areas. The LPG technique can intervene in the complete epithelialisation process while ensuring a painless scar tissue mobilization phase, without pinching or uncontrolled pulling, that the hand alone cannot achieve.
After receiving any type of burning, the skin’s reconstruction process is extremely fragile. During the period of mobilization of scar tissue, the skin is highly sensitive and often painful. Endermotherapy is recognized by leading industry specialists as part of their therapeutic arsenal for the treatment of burn scar conditions. This treatment’s key advantage is its ability to painlessly and non-traumatically mobilize tissue. Studies over the past 10 years, involving over 1,500 cases, have shown the value of the LPG technique in the follow-up treatment phase of burn patient interventions.