Fascia (M.R.I.P Tool)
The primary objective of the M.R.I.P Tool is to restore functional recovery. This has proven to be the single most sought after treatment for the rehabilitation of sports people – as this speeds up the healing from pain, stiffness, muscle spasm, swelling and kinked fascia.
Most importantly, it corrects the disturbance to the nerve system, as this is what can cause the loss of co-ordination to the area/or surrounding area.
For example, an injury to the calf muscle can have an effect on the foot, ankle, knee and hip joints. This can also cause an overload on to the opposite leg. The M.R.I.P Tool can prevent all of the above symptoms.
By treating the damaged area, it helps to promote the healing of the muscle and nerve supply- by increasing blood supply, releasing fascia tightness and dysfunction. On a cellular level, the M.R.I.P Tool reduces inflammation and promotes the growth of new mitochondria (cellular powerhouse) in the skeletal muscle.
The more an individual trains; the more the muscle tissue in the body breaks down. Whether this training takes the form of running, golfing, cycling, football, swimming, weight-lifting or team activities – The M.R.I.P. Tool aids in muscle recovery; prevents lost training time and reduced sporting activity.
The M.R.I.P. tool is used in muscle recovery by:
- removing tightness and pain from muscles
- removing soreness from tendons
- accelerating recovery from injury
- most importantly, helping to prevent injury by releasing connective tissue.
The M.R.I.P. Tool can help:
- flush out this loss of function and promote muscle function to its full movement.
- breakdown scar tissue by going direct to the area (as opposed to working the larger surrounding area with the hands).
Benefits of the M.R.I.P. Tool
The benefits of the M.R.I.P. Tool are delivered to sports people, personal trainers, ‘first aiders’ and coaches using an approach that enhances the recovery from sporting activity.
Learning the proper techniques on how to use the tool will help users treat themselves more skillfully, stay injury free, and aid faster recovery for their next training session or competition.