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Cases of oedema and haematoma, venous and lymphatic insufficiency

  • Recent trauma, sprain, Grade 2 and 3 muscle tears, and muscle contusions
  • Post-operative oedema (orthopaedic surgery and traumatology)
  • Lymphoedema
  • Lymph drainage
  • Slimming, heavy legs

Long-term action

Exercising the skin structures and decompression promote blood and lymphatic circulation exchanges. The physiological design of the treatment heads allows pinch-free operation.
 

Patrice Santero,
Osteopath, working with the FFCDA
(French Federation of Contact Sports and Associated Disciplines) and the French Gym Team

quoteI have mainly used the Fullskin on muscle contracture and pain, and I have observed the effects of this technique above and beyond what palpating-rolling massage alone can achieve.

It provides vasodilating, relaxing, draining, invigorating, and sedative effects. It also aids recovery of muscle elasticity and the treatment of internal cutaneous injuries.’’


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