Don't neglect those scars!

Not only surgical and
trauma wound scars...
There are additional applications for MSTR® – it’s not just for visible scars.

We are finding that it can be used by healthcare professionals for a whole host of additional problems where underlying fibrous tissue is present. This includes:

  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Restriction in shoulder movement

  • Sports injuries such as quadriceps and hamstring tears

  • Axillary Web Syndrome (AWS)

  • Underlying fibrous tissue from past injuries where the skin wasn't punctured

  • Any areas of dense, fibrous tissue

Healthcare professionals of many disciplines are finding the addition of MSTR® to their practices is hugely beneficial
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Professionals from many areas of healthcare now use MSTR®
MSTR® is:
  • Doctors

  • Oncology nurses

  • Chiropractors

  • Osteopaths

  • Physiotherapists

  • Myofascial practitioners 

  • Massage therapists

  • Pilates and Yoga teachers

        In fact anyone involved in health and wellness

 
  • Efficient

  • Cost-effective to learn

  • Easy to integrate into your practice

  • Easy to learn and master

  • Produces high levels of positive outcomes 
         and we provide...

  • A supportive framework in which to learn

  • A knowledgeable team of instructors who care about their work

  • Superb student and ongoing practitioner support 

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"Physical Scars, Emotional Connections"
by Alastair McLoughlin

Learning MSTR® is an efficient way of addressing scar tissue and a wonderful addition to your therapeutic ‘toolbox’ of techniques.

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Vibeke Brems

Vibeke Brems
Norway

My name is Vibeke Brems and

I work in the centre of Oslo.

I have been a therapist since 2000.

I have seen many exciting results

when treating my clients with MSTR®.

I am looking forward to

helping you with your scars.

 www.bowen-virker.no

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Hannah Sabrun
UK

I have been blown away by the outcomes

of using MSTR® for my clients!

The appearance, texture and sensation of scar tissue has changed permanently,

often after just one treatment!

This has frequently led to a greater<