The Kiss is a fantastic IASTM tool that enhances therapeutic treatments with its precise design and versatility. It incorporates various edges, each tailored to specific techniques and regions of the body, allowing for targeted care and optimal outcomes.
a. Straight rounded edge: The Kiss’s straight rounded edge is particularly effective for releasing layers in the scapulothoracic area, addressing septa in the upper arm, and performing pin & stretch techniques on muscles such as the QL, TFL, and rhomboid. It also offers the benefits of effleurage on the lower and upper leg, promoting relaxation and therapeutic effects.
b. Concave rounded edge L: Designed with a concave rounded edge, this Kiss edge is well-suited for pin & stretch techniques along the paraspinal region. It is also effective for effleurage on the lower and upper leg, neck, and arm & shoulder areas, providing focused and soothing therapeutic interventions.
c. Spot M: The Kiss’s Spot M feature is designed for deep tissue treatment, making it an excellent choice for targeting the subscapularis muscle. It is also effective in addressing trigger points in the pectoralis minor and other body parts affected by tendinopathy. This edge enables precise therapy and helps alleviate muscular tension.
d. Convex rounded edge: The Kiss’s convex rounded edge offers versatility and effectiveness in various techniques. It is particularly useful for releasing layers and septa in the upper leg, performing pin & stretch techniques for the lower back, and providing effleurage on the scapulothoracic region. This edge caters to a range of therapeutic interventions.
FASCIQ® IASTM Tool – Kiss information
Material: AISI 304 (1.4301) high-quality surgical stainless steel
Weight: 300 grams
Dimensions: 5 mm x 9 cm x 17 cm
FASCIQ® products are used to treat the fasciae, to bring about a loosening of the fasciae (fascia release) and to maintain a flexible fascial network (fascia treatment). Regular use of these products can prevent injuries.
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.