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Healing Edge M2 Tool: Our classic Healing Edge (M) II profile has plenty of versatility packed into a beautiful instrument. Main combination “head” offers small radius/traditional edge combination of the four most common profiles (convex, concave, prow, hook). The benefit of this design is a simple “flip of the tool” switches from traditional sharper edges on the one half to the wider LRE on the other half. This allows either more intense contact into deep layers with less discomfort, or a softer approach on sensitive superficial tissues. Our “M” tool is scaled for medium anatomical targets and moderate (6-12" or 30-60cm) treatment strokes. M2 Tool Dimensions: L 8" x W 1.5" x ¼” thick.
Advanced Practice L2 Bar: Everything great about the AP(L)I with added finger notches in the handle and a scalloped LRE Extra Long Convexity. As in the description of the reliefs for the Healing Edge III tools, the geometry of this edge allows better tracking and better inputs of mechanical force. Additionally, the middle peak can be used like an “olecranon” elbow contact familiar in Structural Integration™ and Fascial Manipulation.™ L2 Bar Dimensions - L 13.5" x W 1.0" x 3/8" thick.
Extras Included: Myofascial Oil & Cleaner Samples; FDA Clean Surface Organizer Tray (compare to unsanitary foam organizers); Cordura Zipper Travel Case; 45 page IASTM Technique Primer PDF Download; Free Priority Shipping in the US (Discounted $20 International Shipping).
American Made Quality, from Southwest Wisconsin. We are not re-sellers of imports... we are here to support both the clinical use and our manufactures lifetime warranty (which includes free refurbishment for any reason). Before the lifetime warranty kicks in, you have a 45 day “for any reason” 100% money back return guarantee.
No Redundancy of Tools or Profiles. Myo-Bar profiles are original, individually handcrafted, and scaled to anatomy so that only one instrument is usually necessary for a given treatment area. Many competitor sets have redundant "shapes." Extra tools are a waste of money if they don't perform a unique application.
Improved Ergonomics. Myo-Bar incorporates balance points and grip features in every single product. Familiar Gua Sha and Graston profiles were terrible to grip, often slipping out of the hand or causing fatigue in the fingers.
Better Results with Superior Edge Finish. Each 304 solid stainless steel instrument is hand finished to perfection so that each edge has a micro-radius and transitions between profile features are smooth. This prevents abrasion and injury to the skin and assures maximum comfort and superior clinical results.
Clinical Support. Dr. Matthew Hajzl, designer of all the Myo-Bar profiles and soft tissue practitioner for 20 years offers a Technique Primer and is available by email or phone when you need guidance with your treatment for any reason.
Free Extras. FDA approved sanitary tray/tool organizer + 40 page PDF Technique Primer. All sets of two or more tools include Cordura® zipper case with embroidered logo. Myofascial oil & cleaner samples for domestic orders.
Healing Edge Tool Comparison
In this short video, Dr. Matt explains the features and differences of the Healing Edge I, II, & III series. Decide what profile is best for you.
Myofascial Bar Comparison
We offer 4 unique Myofascial Bars. Watch and we’ll explain the difference between the Original Myo-bar, Advanced Practice, and XL bars.
Here's a summary of the design philosophy behind the Healing Edge Series profiles for advanced soft tissue practitioners. Take your time deciding which profiles will serve you best, and please feel free to contact Dr. Matt via email or schedule a phone conversation should you desire personal guidance in choosing the right instruments for your needs.
An updated introduction to IASTM current with the scientific literature- an “open source” guide for free use by any profession, technique school, or continuing education program. The Primer is 45 pages in length and includes easy to understand sections on 4 basic and 4 advanced technique strokes along with clinical tips for commonly treated conditions