- 26 September 2015 -
Physical Edges attends instrument Assisted Soft tissue Mobilisation course with Physiquipe
Physical Edge attends Instrument Assisted Soft tissue Mobilisation course with Physiquipe. The course described how the effects of mechanical stimulation, on collagen and fascia, could reduce pain and increase range of motion of joints.
The benefits of this type of mechanical treatment is comfort, speed of response and ease of application.
The client can expect to feel a mild discomfort from movement of the custom designed IASTM tools over painful soft tissues. There will be a little redness on the skin, which disappears after treatment. There will be a feeling of comfort and freedom to move after treatment.
The amount of time it takes to get therapeutic soft tissue change is much faster than conventional massage. More time can be spent on rehabilitation and dealing with the cause of the injury.
IASTM should be combined with other Physiotherapy techniques for maximum effect. The treatment response is greatest after 3-5 sessions and is administered twice per week.
If you would like to find out more about IASTM call or email us and we look forward to talking to you soon.