Instrumental Myofascial
Fibrolysis (HOOKS)

The technique consists of applying hooks of different sizes and shapes on the skin, to treat muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascias, …

The hooks reach deeper planes where the fingers can’t reach or are difficult to reach due to bone structures, etc.

Fibrolysis: the main objective of the technique is to restore mobility to structures that have lost it.
Instrumental: it is assisted by a stainless steel instrument.
Myofascial: it is applied on the myofascial tissue.

The effects:

  • They improve the movement between tissues.
  • Muscle groups, tendons, ligaments, etc. are optimally worked.
  • They improve the circulation of the area.
  • They favour the arrival of analgesic substances.
  • They promote recovery from injuries.

Different types of injuries are treated:

  • Scars.
  • Myofascial trigger points.
  • Tendinitis. (Very effective with the Achilles tendon).
  • Plantar fasciitis.
  • Epicondylitis.
  • Runner’s pathologies.
  • Muscle contractures.
  • Patellar chondropathy etc …

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