Muscle Contractures

If you are patient, there are two ways you can use zone 1 at home:

1. Applying pressure directly: place the tool's zone 1 on the located muscle ache point and carry out a gentle compression until you feel relief.

 

2. Allow your entire bodyweight (muscle ache point) to be placed directly over zone 1. This is recommended for areas which are difficult to reach like lower back for example. 

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Muscle Massage

The more rounded zone 2 of 3TOOL has been designed to apply massage directly onto strained muscle areas. It can be used with lotions or oils to enhance sliding

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Back muscles massage

Zone 3 is especially designed for self-treatment of muscle contractures and strains in the area near the vertebral spine. Zone 3 avoids direct pressure of vertebral prominences which, as a result, allows optimum support over the spine's muscle masses. 

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