Frequently Asked Questions

Below you’ll see some of our most Frequently Asked Questions along with their quick answers. Have a question thats not here? Contact us here anytime.

Gua Sha

Gua Sha (aka cao gio, kerikan, coining, spooning or scraping) is a Chinese medial treatment where the skin is scraped to produce light bruises. The practice has been around for thousands of years and many different types of practitioners use this form. Some of them include, chiropractors, massage therapists and sports rehab professionals. Read more about Gua Sha here.

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IASTM

The pricing for all types of IASTM tools runs the gamut but you’ll probably see the kits of 3-5 tools together cost anywhere from $100 to $3000+.

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Many people with injuries can benefit from IASTM. The ultimate decision should come down to the practitioner after learning about the type of injury and the person’s medical history.

 

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stainless steel tool is used to glide over the restricted myofascial tissue that needs healing. Many times a emollient or lotion is used to garner a response from the patient’s body. In some cases, bruising can be seen the next day.

 

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IASTM stands for Instrument-Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization. It’s a growing in popularity massaging technique that uses stainless steel instruments to increase mobilization in tissues throughout your body.

 

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