(How To Get Rid of Abdominal Scar Tissue with Jill Miller)

(How To Get Rid of Abdominal Scar Tissue with Jill Miller)

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Oct 1, 2013 – Hi – I have scar tissue that is ~10 years old on my ankle from not … Ankle Positional Fault Fix: Jill Miller Style … Feet are straight and screwed in to the ground. butt is on, shoulders back and belly tight. …. I would look into having graston done on the incision to break up the scar tissue and stop the growth.

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  1. Laurie Taylor June 17, 2016 at 5:24 pm - Reply

    I've been looking for an answer like this, thank you!

  2. Tracy Allen June 22, 2016 at 1:38 pm - Reply

    That was very helpful! I had a hysterectomy two years ago and there is a lot of belly still left over. I'm wondering if it's scar tissue that's causing "some" of the fat. I got a massage the other day and my massage therapist said that I may have scar tissue buildup. Not only is there fat but, it's still very tender. So thanks again!

  3. Dr. Chris Stanley, PT, DPT, CMPT December 9, 2016 at 9:51 pm - Reply

    Any concern for creating a "valsalva maneuver" type situation using this technique? Particularly while holding your breath and contracting your abdominal musculature? Could this be a concern for people who may have an unknown pre-existing risk for vascular aneurysm?

  4. WeAreBullets February 16, 2017 at 10:43 pm - Reply

    it was revolutionary to just have learned about this internal scar tissue growth :0 ive been blown away finding out about this cause ive had 6 open heart surgeries from two different locations and pacemaker surgery. my last open heart was at 16yrs old and then pacemaker replacement (no bone breaking) at 21yrs. and since those two surgeries ive had so much torso/thoracic tightness and pinching, i even expressed a visual of as if there was a little gremlin in there at the base of my spine cranking these various ropes that extend upwards throughout my torso and within the intercostals n everything. ugh, terrible uncomfortable and pinching feelings. i dont think i ever gave enough attention and even "greived' about these traumas, i just sorta let it happen and then moved on just dealing with my issues in a lazy way, i never even did physical therapy, oy vey. these internal-scarring videos are eye opening. i was watching Rodney Mullen videos and he mentioned something about his hip deteriorating and then it was scarring IN the joint and he had to break it up and eventually totally break it free so it was a normal ball-socket joint again, he said that internal scar tissue grows like weeds. i never really heard of this before, or at lease not expressed that way. amazing. i got a lotta work to do, but i feel good now knowing what the heck is going on.

  5. Rozana Solita March 17, 2017 at 5:29 am - Reply

    I have the same problem. Now almost 7 years after the procedure. For couple years, the scar tissues underneath the layers of the skin on my abdomen felt numb. The numbness is no longer that bothersome but it feels tight sometimes. In mid-June 2016, I went back to doing some exercise, after not being active in fitness for couple years, I then experienced pain in my mid-core section, I thought it was just muscle stitch. Couple weeks after the pain became spasmodic. To a point that one night I had to call an ambulance. I had mixed worries but all results were negative, liver, gallstones etc.

    So now I am too scared to do exercise and use my core muscles. Every day it bugs me mentally. I get anxiety when I feel my core tightening. Regretting the procedure, fears, etc. Thank you, thank you, thank you for this video! I have new hopes to feel better in my very deep core.

  6. ms kat March 26, 2017 at 1:12 am - Reply

    Is it safe to do this with a lacrosse ball? What ball do you use?

  7. ms kat March 26, 2017 at 1:18 am - Reply

    Also would you necessarily need that second surgery for scar tissue if you can work through it this way?

  8. sadiemakesmesmile April 1, 2017 at 3:58 am - Reply

    Hi, are scar tissues similar to adhesions? I had a laparoscopy 2 years ago, and they found and separated an adhesion on my right abdominal side. Since then, I have felt intermittent pain on my right side, and it hurts more when i try to stretch my right hip. Will this technique help me?

  9. Leslie J May 1, 2017 at 9:11 pm - Reply

    Where might l find this ball? I have had abdominal and pelvic adhesions for 20 years and have had 8 surgeries to remove them. I am seeing a Physical Therapist who has attempted manual manipulation twice externally and internally via the vagina. I actually can feel a slight difference with the therapy but would like to continue on the days l don't see her.

  10. meechipeachi July 23, 2017 at 7:35 pm - Reply

    Yay Breathing! Makes a world of Difference

  11. Jennifer Kirkland July 27, 2017 at 5:08 pm - Reply

    I have only one Fallopian tube and it's scar tissue on my left Fallopian tube and my right Fallopian tube got taken out because of my ectopic pregnancy and I wanted to know how can I get it unblock because I'm 37 years old and I have no kids and me and my husband are heartbroken from our first pregnancy we just lost I just need know to because this killing me and driving me crazy and I feel like giving up on having a baby can you help

  12. Sophie S August 18, 2017 at 10:31 pm - Reply

    What about post surgery for a diastasis rectified – when you need the scar tissue to stay tougher, but want the scar itself to soften?

  13. Sophie S August 18, 2017 at 10:31 pm - Reply

    I mean a diastasis recti of course!

  14. Ms Jones October 2, 2017 at 4:28 am - Reply

    Has the pregnant woman who is giving this instruction actually had any real experience with pelvic and abdominal adhesions due to endommetrosis, ovarian cysts and scar tissue herself? I have.From the way she speaks, it seems she has not. This type of excersize might make a person feel better for a little while -MAYBE. A hot water bottle is more like it. However, if adhesions in the pelvis and bowel are causing collateral damage to your digestive organs, bladder, reproductive organs or spine, Rolling on a ball will delay the inevitable and likely make for a more pervasive and complicated future internal problems which will need to be surgically corrected anyway. And could any woman with a large ovarian cyst or fibroid ever imagine what might happen to them by performing this “excersize”?These YouTube’s make me angry. Regular doctors tell you to take physical therapy (rolling on a ball and deep breathing) for something that ultimately requires more traditional medical intervention.Many surgeons see this as a panacea. It is not. Seriously suffering patents are not given more suitable western treatments because a pregnant cheerleader is suggesting they lie down and roll on a ball. I have lost countless hours at work and forgone was so many social functions as I am referred to one “Pelvic pain management specialist” after another. I completely understand all the “principles” that are involved, but some times a blockage is best treated surgically.Some of these YouTubes are medically irresponsible. They do a good job of explaining the problem, which is great. However suggesting rolling on a ball can fix some of these problems is patently harmful to the welfare of the person suffering from the problem.Tell me pregnant woman – wouldn’t you use the most modern western medicine available if you were having serious problems with your pregnancy?I don’t know how in the world you feel you are even qualitied to suggest these excersizes, which you clearly can not do yourself, for a condition with which it seems you are obviously not suffering.Very unprofessional, unsound “non-medical” advice all the way around.
    You should really remove this YouTube.

  15. Carol Ann McCaffrey November 16, 2017 at 7:17 pm - Reply

    Hi, nice to see someone with similar issues. I have endometriosis and ended up with peritonitis because of it. Have a vertical scar through my bellybutton. I have been offered laparoscopic surgery but warned that it could make the situation worse with regrowth of tissue, perforation of the bowel and I run a high risk of infection. Been looking for alternatives and this seems like it has potential. Thing is….I'm in Scotland so your Amazon link doesn't work for me. What type and size is the ball please so I may get something similar here.

  16. Macayla andela gonzales January 13, 2018 at 2:24 am - Reply

    Do I need to use a ball? Is there something else I can use?

  17. Cann Kotlarz January 18, 2018 at 4:25 am - Reply

    Sadly most scar tissue is deeper than fascia which is 2 different thin layers under skin, then comes muscle and this is typically where scar tissue/adhesions form. These adhesions can and do cause blockages, twisting off of intestines and bowel. This happened to me 2 years ago and now after 5 surgeries, each one more adhesions develped and cleared out. I have nothing against this ball rolling process, but each surgery weakens the fascia and the stomach muscles making one more prone to hernias and when this happens organs can press thru and strangulate. I was lucky when my liver came thru the tissue was pretty crappy by 5th surgery that it didnt strangulate. Best advise for those with ab surgery is talk to dr and know youtube is like the enquirer, just because its here doesnt make it true. Check on body anatomy fascia and muscle are 2 different stomach overlays.

  18. Jane Bush March 13, 2018 at 1:31 pm - Reply

    uterine Fibroid can be cured without any surgery, I was cure completely from it, and I was able to give birth to my lovely son.
    I suffered from the problem of Fibroid for years without any solution, then i found the solution from Dr Alegbe he helped me out, he sent me his medication which I used for a month, and it all went off,contact Dr Alegbe on his mail on dralegbe@gmail.com or Whats-app him on +1(518)-675-6082

  19. Rosa Garcia March 20, 2018 at 1:48 am - Reply

    Can this help with fibrosis after lipo?

  20. lmundi March 28, 2018 at 6:35 pm - Reply

    Careful you are not having an obstruction, if you have fever and swelling get to the ER. I have had 18 abdominal surgeries for and from scar tissue, resections and perforations. It can be fatal.

  21. MsTamanna77 April 5, 2018 at 11:50 pm - Reply

    Wow your amazing

  22. Bruna R May 6, 2018 at 7:45 pm - Reply

    I had a liposuction on my abs area 2 months ago and got a fibrosis/scar tissue just above/connected to my belly button. The surgeon said to wait 6 months and see if it will go away. Could this technique help me get rid of it? Thank you Jill!

  23. Judy Ericsson May 17, 2018 at 4:02 am - Reply

    I am excited to try this method. I had my 1st child via c section will be 2 years ago this Aug. and unfortunately the area did not heal properly inside so was places on a wound vac for some time to heal from the inside out. I can only imagine that there is alot of adhesions. I am looking forward to trying this thank you for the confidence to try this out.

  24. amace pradeep May 20, 2018 at 1:53 pm - Reply

    Can you please let me know after your call section surgery when did you started doing this exercise. Plz plz reply me because I am also suffering from same issue. I want have my own baby. Plz reply me.

  25. idiannalynne s August 7, 2018 at 2:06 am - Reply

    I literally feel burned under the skin across body under ribs. I feel like vibrational pulling tugging ripping tearing pain of my intestines and ovaries. I can’t live like this anymore. I’m losing my sanity.

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