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The Fasciablaster: Scientific evidence that it works!

 

(Pictured ultrasound image Before and After 90 days of Fasciablasting)

The before image: shows the entanglement of soft tissue leading to the dimpling of the surface of the skin.

After image: shows the remodeling of tissue and restoration of tissue after 90 days of fasciablasting)

 

 

The Fasciablaster is creating headlines on the endless benefits that it brings to the table. Thousands of men and women are experiencing a reduction in pain, an increase in range of motion, weight loss, an increase in energy and last but not least the reduction of the appearance of cellulite.   

 

But how is this possible you ask?

Our bodies are composed of a protective soft tissue mechanism called Fascia. When the body is compromised whether it be due to an injury, poor posture or simply the wear and tear of everyday life, our bodies are equipped with this amazing soft tissue called (Fascia) to continue to maintain proper balance. Our bodies have a tendency of balancing itself through compensation. By performing simple tasks our Fascia may be directly effected. Sitting or standing for long periods of time causes our bodies to become "fixated" in these positions.

When our bodies become "fixated" our tissues then become “congested” and/or “sticky”. Our very own tissues begin to effect blood flow resulting in the appearance of cellulite and the possible reduction of range of motion as well as aches and pains. Posture and body mechanics are extremely important but this is where the Fasciablaster makes our lives much easier. With just a few strokes and a few minutes of your time you can restore, rebuild your tissue and maintain the health of your Fascial tissue.   

 


To read more about the these amazing findings please click here: The Peer Reviewed and Published Research on the Fasciablaster Tools.    

 

To book your Fasciablaster treatment click here
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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