Instruments for diacutaneous fibrolysis, non-invasive technique for the treatment of soft tissues
HOOKS are instruments for diacutaneous fibrolysis, a non-invasive technique for the treatment of soft tissues specifically designed for the management of some pathologies of the musculoskeletal system related to pain and/or functional deficiency.
The BAC Technology fibrolisors have been designed respecting the principles of manageability and structural adaptability to the various anatomical parts. The tips of the hooks are designed with a special contour that guarantees a multiple therapeutic aspect: detachment and manipulation of the superficial fascia including treatments on circumscribed and localised structures using the sharpest ends.
HOOKS are made considering the principles of bioengineering, biomechanics and biocompatibility, thus allowing the therapist to treat the tissues with great precision and effectiveness, while safeguarding the integrity of the patient’s skin and respecting the practitioner’s manual skills.
- Scarring and keloids
- Frozen shoulder
- Adhesive capsulitis
- Chronic trauma consequences in soft tissues