What do SCARS look like beneath the skin?
Humans repair wounds by forming scars. If all goes as planned, that scar fades a bit over time and starts to blend imperfectly into the surrounding skin. That’s the view from the outside at least. But have you ever wondered what scarring looks like beneath the skin?
In this mini course, you can travel with us as we follow scar tissue beneath the surface — through the layers of the skin into the subcutaneous tissue.
Join us as we explore the fascinating anatomy of scar tissue!
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Here's what you'll find in the Scar Tissue Mini Course!
Let's explore scar tissue! How does it form? What does it look like beneath the skin? What does it have to do with fascia? Come find out! All our content is really visual, really relevant, and REAL anatomy education for hands-on professionals.
Your Scar Tissue mini-course includes . . .
Anatomy🎨ART: Scar Tissue
A beautiful, downloadable, and sharable Anatomy🎨ART Card, stylized from a real image from the dissection lab with detailed explanation on the back.
This SPECIAL EDITION of Anatomy📖ZINE explores scar tissue, and is jam-packed with extra images from the lab! Fascia-focused, research-based and relevant to hands-on professionals!
Also included is an interesting and tasteful Anatomy🎬BRIEF Video taking you into the dissection lab with the AnatomySCAPES team to explore a scar from the skin through the superficial fascia!
Your ticket to Anatomy☕️LOUNGE is included in the mini-course. Part webinar and part interactive conversation, we'll explore images from the dissection lab, the latest research and the implications for hands-on therapists. Join us live online on July 29th or watch the replay!
. . . and some other Cool😎 STUFF we've pulled together for you!
Scar Tissue Explorations: a Mini Course
Have you ever wondered what scarring looks like beneath the skin? In this mini course, you can travel with us as we follow scar tissue beneath the surface — through the layers of the skin into the subcutaneous tissue. Join us as we explore the fascinating anatomy of scar tissue!