Scraping is a therapeutic soft tissue mobilization method that helps to facilitate your body’s natural response to soft tissue injuries. The tissue in our entire body that interconnects, supports, or encloses our organs and bones are often referred to as soft tissue. This will include fascia, ligaments, tendons, and muscles.

Soft tissue injuries can arise as a result of trauma or result from continuous use. Sudden swelling, stiffness, or bruising may occur with soft tissue injuries. When soft tissue is aggravated in your body, adhesions are formed as a way to deal with the pain. Scraping therapy can often help to increase range of motion, reduce swelling, reduce pain in affected areas, and break down adhesion build up.

Frequently Asked Questions

Because they require burning or scraping skin close to its top surface with a massage tool, small arteries near the surface of your skin can burst, causing capillaries to burst. This can cause some slight bleeding and skin irritation.

We recommend coming in twice a week for 4 to 5 weeks. However, the frequency can change and is dependent on your tolerance and how you react. Talk to a chiropractor for more information.

There will definitley be some level of discomfort during treatment depending on your tolerance, but you should never be in pain.

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