Your C-Section Scar -

Your C-Section Scar

  1. Pam Norton says:

    Great info Taryn! I use these techniques with patients all the time, but you have laid out the info for clients in a great way.

    • Taryn Kilty says:

      Thanks Pam! It is very basic stuff but I see a lot of women who don’t quite know what to do for their scars especially if it is hypersensitive!

  2. Amanda Kilty says:


    This brought tears to my eyes. I’m so proud of you and the passion you have found in your work. I’m going to share your blog with a fellow mama friend of mine. Great work on this blog and the video. I plan to take better care of my mama scar with the skills you have shared.


    • Taryn Kilty says:

      Thank you so much for your support and reading! I would love if you shared with your fellow momma friends! Thanks Amanda! 🙂

  3. Whitney Mallalieu says:

    Hi lady!! Whitney here from PT school:) This article jumped out at me – I’ve also had both types of delivery (2 csections and 1 vaginal). I didn’t do the massaging my first csection but I’m def thinking I will for this one in a few weeks because I do have some weird nerve stuff going on and more sensitivity this go round (and I adore high-waisted jeans so that may be an issue)! So proud of you and your blog launch! Hope you are well!

    • Taryn Kilty says:

      Whitney! Thank you so much for commenting! Congrats on the third little babe…how exciting! I just picture you being the sweetest and greatest momma! Please keep me updated on your postpartum journey!

  4. Elizabeth says:

    Just a quick q – would this be beneficial for someone who, say, has had 6 c-sections? Not sure if I’m way past help at this stage…

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