Surgery Vlog: Keeping the Scar Safe

by | May 24, 2022 | 0 comments

Keeping the Scar Safe After Surgery

In this video in the series, “Elbow Surgery from a Patient’s Perspective”, we’re talking about keeping the scar safe.

In this quick video, I share the importance of keeping your skin safe. After elbow surgery, you’ll have a scar on your arm at the incision site. It’s important for you to keep the scar out of the sun for at least six months. And you’ll want to continue to protect the scar (and other healing skin) with clothing, sleeves, and sunscreen.

Here’s How to Keep the Healing Skin Safe.

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About the Author: Elizabeth Scala MSN/MBA, RN, HNB-BC is a board-certified holistic nurse, registered yoga instructor, and reiki master. Elizabeth received her dual master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University. She is also a certified coach and Reiki Master Teacher. Elizabeth lives in Maryland with her supportive husband and playful pit bull.


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