"We are carrying out seminars to show the different uses of 3TOOL, which are being reasonable well received amongst the patients. They are reduced groups that encourage participation and a more efficient learning process. I recommend its use to everyone."
Indeed, the other day a patient came in with a trigger point on the infraespinatus muscle and the zone 1 of 3TOOL is very comfortable and ergonomic for the physiotherapist to exert compression over the area.
The social networks are a source of knowledge and through them I have got to know 3TOOL, furthermore a colleague had told me he was using it and I wanted to try it out.
I would highlight above all its ergonomics and convenience for us physiotherapists. It is an effective way of carrying out part of the treatment without straining our hands.gue had told me he was using it and I wanted to try it out.
Mainly its convenience, many patients do not have the possibility to see a physiotherapist regularly due to their job or their lifestyle and 3TOOL allows them to have a small physio always at their disposal. As a tool for treatment it is very handy for its use in massaging, making the job more ergonomic without our hands suffering so much.
I find the use 2 for muscle massage is very effective and it complements a physiotherapy session very well. You manage to relax and de-stress the whole area.
Yes, there are tools which allow you to exert compression over trigger points but none of them allow you a 3 in 1: contracture treatment, vertebral massage and muscle massage.
We are carrying out seminars to show the different uses of 3TOOL, which are being reasonably well received amongst the patients. They are small groups that encourage participation and a more efficient learning process. I recommend its use to everyone.