mastectomy Tag

Trying to minimize my chances of inflammatory breast cancer, I elected for removal of both breasts. I later had a tram-flap surgery where they cut across my tummy and manipulated my skin and muscles up to make new breasts. I had a horrific incision from...

The right surgery was done, the necessary radiation was performed, and now your prognosis is good. However, lingering impairments in movement from breast cancer treatment are common, but often go untreated. Scar tissue that may result from surgery and radiation can cause pain and restrict...

Many women experience scarring, adhesions, and/or contractures that restrict movement after they receive surgery/radiation for breast cancer. Often, women suffer from this restricted movement because they are unaware that there is treatment available to eliminate scar tissue and restore normal movement. A clinical research study published...

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