The Wheeler is a highly versatile and functional IASTM Tool, designed to target specific regions of the body and enhance your therapeutic treatments. With its carefully crafted edges, this tool offers a wide range of techniques for optimal results.
- Convex Edge Rounded L: This rounded convex edge is perfect for superficial treatments on both the lower and upper legs. It is also effective for releasing layers and working on the septa in the hip, pelvis, back, and shoulder and upper arm regions.
- Concave Sharp Edge L: The concave sharp edge is excellent for scanning the foot and ankle regions, allowing for detailed assessment and targeted treatments. It is also ideal for superficial treatments in the hips and pelvis, as well as performing pin & stretch techniques in the shoulder and effleurage in the upper arm.
- Convex Sharp Edge XS: This smaller-sized tool features a convex sharp edge, making it ideal for scanning the foot and ankle regions. It is particularly effective for superficial treatments on the kneecap/patella and performing pin & stretch techniques in the lower arm, as well as effleurage in the upper arm.
- Convex Sharp Edge L: Utilise this convex sharp edge for comprehensive scanning of the pelvis, hip, and leg regions. It is also suitable for superficial treatments in the back, providing focused relief and promoting optimal recovery.
- Convex Round/Sharp Edge L: This edge combines a rounded and sharp surface, making it versatile for various techniques. It is effective for superficial treatments in the pelvis, hip, and leg regions, as well as effleurage in the back and pin & stretch in the shoulder.
- Small Spot: With its compact size, this spot tool is perfect for targeting trigger points throughout the whole body, providing focused and precise pressure for effective relief.
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.