This comfortable-to-hold IASTM Tool Razor is designed to enhance your treatment experience. With its ergonomic design, you can enjoy a firm grip and precise control during your therapy sessions. The tool features a variety of round and flat finishes across its entire length on one side, allowing for versatile applications.
a. Convex Edge Rounded L: This edge is perfect for releasing layers and working on the septa throughout the whole body. It is also suitable for effleurage techniques, providing relief and promoting flexibility in the fascia plantaris. Additionally, it can be used for pin and stretch techniques for various areas.
b. Concave Sharp Edge L: The concave sharp edge is excellent for scanning the entire body, allowing you to identify and address areas of concern. It is also effective for superficial treatments, providing targeted relief and promoting overall well-being.
c. Convex Sharp Edge XS: This smaller-sized tool features a convex sharp edge, making it ideal for detailed scanning of small body parts. It is particularly useful for superficial treatments on scars, as well as addressing specific areas such as the hand, foot, elbow, wrist, and ankle.
d. Convex Sharp Edge L: Utilise this convex sharp edge for scanning the shoulder and arm regions, allowing for comprehensive assessment and treatment. It is also suitable for superficial treatments in the lower leg, providing focused relief and promoting optimal recovery.
All FASCIQ® IASTM tools have Lifetime Guarantee, which of course applies under normal usage.
FASCIQ® IASTM Tool – Razor information
Material: AISI 304 (1.4301) high-quality surgical stainless steel
Weight: 325 grams
Dimensions: 5 mm x 3.8 cm x 19.2 cm
“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