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Sharon Wheeler

Sharon Wheeler is crowdfunding

raised of £10,000 target by 22 supporters

Weʼre raising £10,000 to fund clinical research into Sharon Wheeler's ScarWork.

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Sharon Wheeler has been using her original techniques to promote changes in scars after surgery or accidents for over four decades. Sharon Wheeler continues teaching around the world and has a number of accredited teachers across Europe sharing these skills. Now research is desperately needed to understand and document the changes in scar tissue which can be remarkable, as seen here from a workshop in UK, January 2019.

In 1970, at the age of 23, Sharon Wheeler trained with Dr. Ida P. Rolf, the founder of Rolfing. Robert Schleip (Director, Fascia Research Group, Ulm University, Germany Research Director, European Rolfing Association) supports the proposal to document and understand the responses in the body to this unique approach to working with scars..

Sharon Wheeler is looking to raise funds to cover a research project to clinically document the changes in scars before and after treatment with ScarWork. Accessing which therapy to choose can be difficult for those in need. Many people live with constant pain and discomfort after an accident or surgery which can usually be helped with ScarWork. Insurance companies and medical practitioners need to see clinical trials proving the efficacy of treatments before they can be approved.

After a couple of sessions with ScarWork, I was impressed to see many of my patient's breast pain had resolved....I would recommend that this treatment should be available to all breast cancer patients" Kelvin Chong, NHS Consultant Breast Surgeon

Help us start this project and enable a scientific understanding of how scars react to ScarWork.

We have our first 'ScarWork Gathering' with Sharon Wheeler, Jan Trewartha and Emma Holly amongst other specialists on 15th September 2019 where trained ScarWork therapists will be uniting and learning. All profits from the event will be put towards this research project.

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On behalf of Sharon Wheeler and her team of ScarWork teachers, many, many thanks.

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    Sharon Wheeler

    Sharon Wheeler

    4 months ago

    The ScarWork Gathering was a huge success. The event was a sell out and the monies raised will help greatly towards our target. Thank so much to everyone for the continued support.

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    Jan 24, 2020

    You are the GREATEST in this Scar treatment The treatment you did for me was the BEST and it made a lot of difference to my scar the neck and back Have a safe journey God bless you


  • Bronwen Collins

    Bronwen Collins

    Jan 22, 2020

    My enormous thanks to Sharon and her pupils for the ScarWork help after my surgery - it has greatly helped me and I sincerely hope will reach many more people and be further researched and promoted.


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    Aug 19, 2019

    All the best for the life-changing research. Sharon Wheeler, you are an amazing lady! To extend my warmest thanks to her dedicated team, Jan and Emma and other super therapists.

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Together with Sharon Wheeler, her team of ScarWork teachers are raising funds for a clinical trial, so we have scientific evidence to understand the processes stimulated and the changes that occur in scar tissue when ScarWork is given.

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