Scar therapy

Scar therapy 1400 933 Olivia Grace

A scar can be physical and mental disruption to our body. Known symptoms can be itching sensations, pain or psychological discomfort and can occur even years after the cause. This method is an essential part of the post-surgical/post-trauma therapy.


The goal of this treatment is to improve the healing process of the wound, to form a soft and flexible scar tissue, to prevent adhesions and to process any mental or emotional strain. Symptoms such as pain or sensitivity disorders can be treated with this therapy.


After operations it is very important to treat these areas with a combination of scar treatment and manual lymphatic drainage. This will prevent shrinking and pulling of the scar tissue and any connected limitation of mobility.


Prior to the treatment there will be a consultation to clarify the patients’ individual needs and to create a personalized therapy.



  • After operations due to fractures, muscles, tendons or ligaments
  • After operations due to cancer or other illnesses
  • After injuries
  • After giving birth by c-section
  • After operations for plastic surgery
  • With old and disturbing scars
  • and more….

Fascia Release – iXpending

Fascia Release – iXpending 1920 1277 Olivia Grace

By combining specific fascia mobilizations, breathing and relaxation techniques, you learn how to keep your musculoskeletal system and organs healthy in the long run.

Through this technique, you’ll have more success in sports, reduce pain, and learn how to handle stressful situations in your daily life with ease.

Manual lymphatic drainage

Manual lymphatic drainage 1400 933 Olivia Grace

The main function of the lymphatic system is to absorb and drain excess fluid from the intercellular space and transporting it back into the blood circulation. A dysfunction in this drainage system can occur after injuries, operations or even from genetic disorders. This results in excessive fluids in the tissues and this condition is commonly known as oedema (swelling).

This treatment reduces swellings so that the healing process of wounds and scars is accelerated, pain is reduced and the movement in affected joints and body areas is regained.

Manual lymphatic drainage is a very relaxing and soothing therapy and also activates the immune system.



  • After operations
  • After acute injuries
  • Chronic lymphoedema
  • Oedema during pregnancy
  • After dental operations (for example removal of wisdom teeth)
  • PMS (Oedema before and during the menstrual cycle)
  • Whiplash syndrome
  • Headhache
  • Chronic sinusitis
  • Disorders in the digestive system
  • Faster regeneration after sports
  • In combination with scar therapy
  • And more…

Swellings with unknown origin have to be consulted with a doctor prior your treatment.


Boeger®-Therapie 2560 1706 Olivia Grace

The spectrum of Boeger therapy makes it possible to positively influence the fascial system in all stages of life. It covers the fields of prevention to rehabilitation. Boeger therapy can optimize healing and rehabilitation processes in all phases of a therapeutic intervention, both after surgical and conservative courses of disease.

Systemic Scar Therapy, developed by David Boeger, provides a technique for both diagnosing and therapeutically releasing scars and inflammation-related adhesions as part of physiotherapy. The release of visible and invisible scar tissue is successful regardless of age, size, depth and type of scar. Once the scars and adhesions are released with Manual Scar Therapy, the patient can free himself from his protective posture. The technique in Systemic Scar Therapy is individually adapted to the patient’s connective tissue. After only a few minutes, it is already possible to check whether the chosen method brings the desired success. The result can be felt and measured immediately by both patient and therapist.



  • External, internal and emotional scars
  • After cancer & radiotherapy
  • After all surgical interventions
  • Complaints of the musculoskeletal system
  • Strains and diseases of the internal organs
  • Digestive problems
  • Menstrual problems
  • Strains and diseases of the blood circulation
  • Fertility / Pregnancy / Postnatal
  • In case of pain during sexual intercourse
  • Headache / migraine / tinnitus
  • And much more…

Scar therapy coaching

Scar therapy coaching 1000 667 Olivia Grace

Olivia Grace Therapien offers customised scar therapy to patients after all surgical procedures.
In order to increase the success of the healing process, it is essential that patients treat the scar themselves on a daily basis. That is why we now offer one on one online scar treatment coaching in German and English.

During the first session, the patient’s scar and needs are examined in detail, then a personalised therapy routine is developed for the patient to perform in the comfort of their home. This includes appropriate tools, products and instructions for mobilisation exercises. In follow-up sessions, the progression of the treatment is supervised and reviewed together with the patient.

Before the first session, the scar is captured on camera by the patient. The images will be analysed by Olivia Grace Therapies and discussed during the coaching. No live images of the affected body parts are required during the online sessions.


Prices & Payment:

– CHF 140 / hour
– First and second session in general about 60 minutes
– Duration of follow-up sessions adapted according to needs
– Payment by invoice



– Treatment possible on old & new scars
– Pain in the vicinity of the scar
– Radiating pain
– Adhesions in the region of the scar
– Numbness
– Foreign body sensation in the area of the scar
– Restriction of movement
– Trauma symptoms and anxiety about touching the scar
– Aesthetic reasons


Your advantages:

– Improved circulation
– Pain relief
– Improved flexibility and mobility
– Reduced sensitivity disorders
– Improved body consciousness and body sensation
– Trauma therapy
– Improved overall appearance of the scar tissue
– Flexible appointment slots – even during off-peak hours
– Patients can be coached from the comfort of their home
– We offer professionalism and discretion

Classical / medical massage

Classical / medical massage 1400 933 Olivia Grace

The term “massage” is understood as a mechanical, usually performed manually, treatment of the skin, connective tissues and muscles. The classical massage is the most frequently used form of manual therapy and is used mainly for prevention and treatment of issues related to the musculo-skeletal system.

Using the hand’s pressure, kneading and stroking motions are applied to the tissues and muscles. The massage has a direct physical effect in which the muscles are stretched and relaxed. Additionally it stimulates the metabolism and increases the local blood circulation. It reduces painful tension, has a positive influence on the heart rate, blood pressure, breathing and digestion. This treatment promotes relaxation and general well-being.


  • Musculoskeletal complaints (acute or chronic)
  • Acute or chronic overstrain syndromes (for example trigger points, tendonitis and more)
  • Posttraumatic syndromes (For example painful contractions of the muscles, paresthesia)
  • Back- and neck complaints
  • Headache
  • Digestive issues
  • Stress symptoms
  • And more…

Pregnancy Massage

Pregnancy Massage 1400 933 Olivia Grace

During pregnancy, the body goes through a lot of changes. In addition to the anticipation and excitement one experiences, some symptoms can occur that can be quite limiting to your daily routine. Disorders in the musculo-skeletal system, water retention in arms and legs or other complaints due to hormonal changes are the most common problems.

In order for you to be able to enjoy this exciting time you have the possibility to receive therapeutic care from Olivia Grace Therapies throughout your pregnancy. The treatments will be individually adjusted to your daily needs and wishes and any medical evaluations needed will be organised directly from your doctor or gynecologist so you can relax and enjoy your treatment.

  • Water retention
  • Back and neck pain
  • Overstrain syndromes (for example trigger points, tendonitis, painful joints)
  • Pains in hands or feet
  • Sacroiliac joint complaints
  • Headaches
  • Sleeping disorders