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Tissue Issues by Sadie Flynn via Austin Fit Magazine

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Scar tissue buildup after injury is not something to ignore. If left unattended, it’ll not only prevent you from making a full recovery, but it can actually lead to more damage down the road due to compensatory behaviors during movement.

“Scar tissue is the body’s natural response to damage. Cuts, burns, sores and surgical incisions alike — each of these injuries trigger our bodies to produce external scar tissue. But unlike your skin’s multidirectional collagen protein pattern, scar tissue collagen proteins grow in a single direction, making it much less elastic. This lack of elasticity can cause scars and the surrounding skin to feel tight, restricting your range of motion and often inducing pain.”

Check out the rest of coach Sadie’s blog here to learn more about the nitty gritty of scar tissue, why you need to care about it, ways to self treat it to improve your mobility over time and attention. 

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Sadie Flynn

Sadie Flynn

Sadie, who's been coaching at Renew since 2016, is a former collegiate athlete with a penchant for power lifts. So, unsurprisingly, her favorite benchmark workout is the lovely Linda. As a new mom, Sadie is passionate about pregnant and postpartum fitness and wellness, and works hard to help women take care of their bodies before and after birth. When she's not making jokes at your expense or forcing her 90s alternative music beliefs upon you, you can find Sadie outside somewhere with her husband, two dogs, and their chonky new baby.

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