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HOOK KIT

The hooks allow the application of the diacutaneous fibrolysis which is a technique taught for the treatment of musculoskeletal pain such as epicondylitis, musculotendinous fibrosis, etc…. Diacutaneous fibrolysis can also be applied in children.

The brackets are  calibrated instruments that fit an anatomical region to be treated. These are  provided on each side of a spatula whose rounded edge allows to hang, through the skin, the connective fibers, without injuring them.

The use of hooks  requires a thorough knowledge of palpatory and topographic anatomy.

It is essential to perform a manual palpatory assessment  aiming to determine the texture changes due to tissue joining before any use of the hooks.

Thus by pulling, the hook "  mobilizes  »The connective tissue underlying the skin. The kit contains three pairs of stainless steel hooks, i.e. six adaptable curves to most anatomical reliefs of the musculoskeletal system. The stainless steel hooks can be washed or disinfected.

 

This medical device is made from high quality stainless steel and brass. These two materials are inert from the point of view of body fluids and are alloys that can be sterilized.

 

The important factors during the manufacture of these therapeutic tools are finish, fit and alignment.

 

The company checks each set of therapeutic tools to ensure compliance with manufacturing characteristics.

 

In terms of chemical, physical and biological properties, stainless steel and brass, which are used for the manufacture of the hooks, will not create a reaction.  upon contact with tissues or organic substances.

 

In addition, the kit, including the set of 3 hooks, is supplied in a plastic bag to prevent contamination from humidity or dust.

EXAMPLE  OF USE

Diacutaneous fibrolysis of the lateral face of the elbow

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