Fascial Mobilization

Fascial Mobilization

Targets & Loosens The Fascia That Surrounds And Interconnects Muscle Tissue.

Fascial Mobilization using the FAT-Tool specifically targets and loosens the fascia that surrounds and interconnects muscle tissue, that when tight, can restrict range of motion and impair quality of movement.

Quickly And Effectively <br />Loosen Muscle Tissue

Quickly And Effectively
Loosen Muscle Tissue

Developed by Dr. Mark Scappaticci, the revolutionary design of the FAT-Tool features multiple treatment edges and profiles in an all-in-one, tool. In addition, fascial tension release is enhanced with the unique, patented textured surface, which allows for superior grip of the fascia with less direct pressure required.

Zero Bruising

The Fascial Abrasion Technique Tool is much different than the many assisted soft tissue mobilization tools on the market. Unlike tools such as Graston, ASTYM, IASTYM, SASTM, and the Fibroblaster that have a smooth surface, the FAT-Tool has a patented textured surface that allows for maximal tissue tension release without excessive pressure and without bruising. It is very effective for treating stubborn injuries such as plantar fascitis, achilles and patellar tendonosis, muscular sprains and ligament strains, lateral epicondylitis and adhesions from scars and old injuries.

Fascial Abrasion Technique

The Fascial Abrasion Technique specifically targets and loosens the fascia that surrounds and interconnects muscle tissue that when tight can restrict range of motion, impair quality of movement and cause pain. The FAT-Tools are patented instruments that requires a specific speed and frequency scrubbing like motion to maximize results. Health Care Professionals can order FAT-Tools directly and start using them with video assisted learning, or register in an upcoming one day hands on training session.

Warming and Soothing Balms

Warming and Soothing Balms

Lubricating balms are designed to increase the suppleness of muscle tissue when used in conjunction with tool assisted soft tissue therapy.  For manual fascial therapy, the balms have the appropriate consistency to assist in maximizing tissue release.