Physiquipe are excited to have scar therapy specialists, Emma Holly and Hannah Poulton, writers, and developers of the fantastic Understanding Scars Online Course, to our platform to discuss what you need to consider when seeing a patient after a surgery or trauma.
You will be introduced to the problems we face with a healing scar, both physiologically and physiologically. We will then discover some therapy options available for you to help promote and support healthy scar tissue.
What we will cover:
- Physiology of healing and scar tissue production
- How you can support optimal healing during scar maturation
- What is pathological scar?
- Case study of a dysfunctional scarring
- Treating scar tissue
Emma Holly – Principal Tutor and Clinical Director at Restore Therapy
Emma Holly is a leading scar tissue therapist and runs a scar therapy training school , Restore Therapy. Establishing Restore Therapy clinic in 2012 and launching her therapy training school in 2017 she uses gentle, non-invasive, manual scar treatments: ScarWork™ and scar massage together with leading medical devices to help promote healing in scars. Emma has extensive experience in treating and teaching how to treat a wide range of scars. This has included breast cancer surgery, caesarean sections, hand injuries to foot surgery, facial scars to spinal surgery.
Hannah Poulton – Specialist Physiotherapist and Clinical Director of HLP Therapy
Hannah Poulton is a Senior Physiotherapist, Scar Specialist, Acupuncturist, Advanced Rock Taper and Mummy MOT Practitioner. Hannah is the founder of HLP Therapy and has over 2 decades of knowledge and experience within Physiotherapy. Hannah provides specialist scar treatments, helping to relieve the tightness, redness, pulling and pain that some scars can cause. Her in-depth holistic treatments, incorporate aspects of a variety of treatment modalities to suit her clients.