Just ask anyone who has had surgery and then know what scar tissue is all about.
There is the inner and outer scar tissue. Both need to be addressed sooner then later
The outer scar tissue just gets to look worse over time if not taken care off. Massage, movements and many times over the counter ointments can help. I've been using high levels of concentrated Vitamin E to minimize the scars
The inner scar tissue when not addressed is what can give you all that stiffness and pain after your are on the mend.
I'e been told you need to aggressively attach the inner scar tissue about 3-6 months post surgery and that you have up to a year to do something. After that, not much can help.
I can verifying that with my lumbar surgery and scar tissue,
so know I am having my Deep Tissue guy work on my shoulder scar. My surgeon agrees and think its important
What are you scars?
What are you doing about it?
How is it effecting you?
Ron DiLauro Spine-Health System Administrator I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences