The Large IASTM toolset consists of five large tools for treating all parts of the body and larger muscle groups.
Protect your hands with our IASTM tools, as professional therapists often face hand complications due to daily stress. Designed by professionals for professionals, our tools offer the perfect grip and feel, reducing hand strain during treatments.
Achieve superior results quickly by using our IASTM tools for mobilizing soft tissue and loosening adhesions in connective tissue.
These tools are endorsed by Dr. Robert Schleip of the Fascia Institute, a leading researcher in the field of fascia.
The large tool set includes five tools suitable for treating all parts of the body and larger muscle groups. Make a smart investment in your practice and your well-being with our IASTM tools.
Made from AISI 304 (1.4301) high-quality surgical stainless steel
|1||9 mm x 1,9 cm x 44,6 cm||539 gr||Heavy IASTM Tool for treating large areas. Two handles and a convex side for deep stroking.|
|2||6 mm x 6 cm x 13,6 cm||207 gr||Two slanted sides at a perpendicular angle, a convex side and a concave side.|
|3||6 mm x 4,2 cm x 20,7 cm||263 gr||Two slanted sides with a long, convex Curve and two concave arches.|
|4||6 mm x 3,2 cm x 21,3 cm||216 gr||One side has one downwardly slanted convex curve and the straight bottom has a convex edge.|
|5||5 mm x 2,3 cm x 15,2 cm||85 gr||Tool with 1 arch with two slanted edges and one arch with one upwardly slanted edge. Also available with straight finishes.|
Lifetime Guarantee, which of course applies under normal usage.
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
In recent years it has been discovered that the basic functions of joints, muscles, organs and tendons require a normal functioning fascial system. Normal muscle function needs well-hydrated surrounding fascia to allow normal tissue gliding.
★★★★★ “Excellent product by FASCIQ. FASCIQ IASTM tools are a welcomed addition!” – Luke Rudkin Sports Physiotherapist at Premiership side Gloucester Rugby