One hypothesis I learned at the Brian Utting School of Massage originates from The British Dr. James Cyriax. Rubbing the scar tissue opposite to the ligament strands, breaks just those scar filaments that happen to lie opposite to the ligament, yet just strums those strands that happen to be parallel. In the wake of applying “cross fiber rubbing” various weeks, the staying unbroken scar tissue lies level with the ligament. Since those filaments left unbroken are the strands that lie parallel with the ligament, the scar tissue has 100% of the first ligament quality.
The course reading treatment incorporates two minutes of cross-fiber erosion as hard as you can stand, tears going to your eyes. This would be done close to a few times each week, trailed by ice. I utilized this technique on numerous individuals yet discovered they wouldn’t proceed with treatment-it harms excessively. So rather than excruciating rubbing, I now utilize an Ice Cup. Since I changed to ice treatment rather, I find numerous more individuals proceeding with their treatment at home.