The FASCIQ Grip IASTM tool is a versatile tool, designed to cater to various techniques and target specific regions of the body. With its unique assortment of edges, you can effectively address different areas for optimal results.
a. Convex Edge Rounded L: This edge is perfect for effleurage techniques, offering smooth strokes and promoting relaxation in the pelvis, hip, and leg regions. It is also ideal for pin and stretch techniques, providing effective stretching and mobility enhancement for the back and shoulders.
b. Concave Sharp Edge L: Utilise this edge for scanning the leg, allowing you to identify and address specific areas of concern. It is also suitable for superficial treatments in the shoulder region and targeting the septa in the arm and back.
c. Convex Sharp Edge L: The convex sharp edge is ideal for superficial treatments, allowing you to effectively address the pelvis, hip, and leg regions. It is also useful for working on the septa in the back.
d. Convex Round/Sharp Edge L: This edge offers versatility with both rounded and sharp surfaces. It is suitable for effleurage techniques in the pelvis, hip, and leg regions, as well as addressing the septa in the back, shoulder, and arm areas.
e. Small Spot: With its small size, this spot tool is perfect for targeting trigger points throughout the entire body, providing focused and precise pressure for effective relief.
All FASCIQ® IASTM tools have Lifetime Guarantee, which of course applies under normal usage.
Material: AISI 304 (1.4301) high-quality surgical stainless steel
Weight: 0.9 lbs
Dimensions: 9 × 6.2 × 1.2 in
“Easy to handle, intensive effect. I have had good feedback also from neuropatients (Parkinson’s, etc.).”
IASTM Tools stimulate:
- A flexible and well-maintained, healthy fascial network.
- Improved tissue perfusion.
- Improved range of motion.
- Mobilization of the soft tissue.
- Loosening of adhesions in the connective tissue.
- Treatment of trigger points.
The most common conditions FASCIQ® IASTM Tools are used for:
- Plantar fasciitis
- Patella tendonitis
- Achilles tendonitis
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Shin splints
- Adhesive capsulitis
- Tennis/golfer’s elbow
- Iliotibial band friction syndrome
- Surgical or traumatic scars