"Above all, it allows the patient to continue the treatment at home. The patients, with a few simple instructions can use 3TOOL and prolong the effects of the physiotherapy session."
Yes, the first experiences with 3TOOL have been very positive, it has allowed me to apply different techniques very comfortably, both for the therapist and for the patient. Also the results of the treatment have been, at least, as good as with conventional treatments.
Through colleagues who were starting to spread the word around, you hear about or see the use they are giving it on social networks and you decide to give it a try.
Above all, it allows the patient to continue the treatment at home. The patients, with a few simple instructions can use 3TOOL and prolong the effects of the physiotherapy session.
It is a tool which makes the work of the physiotherapist easier, being able to use in one single tool applications for commonly used techniques (mobilisations, trigger points, fascial treatment,…) is a great advantage. Furthermore, in the sports setting to which I mainly dedicate myself, the time you have to apply treatment is sometimes limited and it has to be quick, having at your disposal applications in only one tool helps this objective of promptness.
I love the part for treating trigger points. Usually, with your fingers you work applying pressure, and with 3TOOL I can do this for longer and as for the patient the feeling when I work this area is much better.
With many applications all in one, no. There are similar tools but for separate functions. And some of them are quite bulky and not very functional… Very hard for the patient to use.
es, without a doubt. We have currently started using it in the team as supplementary individual treatment for each player and we are assessing its use as a prevention mechanism in some injuries.
Yes, it’s great that as time goes on there are more tools designed to help the physiotherapist’s job and even more so if they can be used easily by the patients in an autonomous way. This improves the physiotherapy treatment.