PERCUSSOR will generate an advanced vibrational percussive force that goes deeply into the soft tissue to
Fascial restrictions underlie many persistent subluxations, fixations, chronic pain syndromes and scar
The smooth force of this percussive action allows one to free both superficial connective
tissue and deep fascia.
The percussor can also be used for neurotherapy or scar tissue release.
It stimulates fascia to relax muscle, decrease pain, enhance mobility and stimulate lymphatic
TheVP-3 PERCUSSOR allows
the practitioner to work with the fascia of the body at a very deep, penetrating level that has
It also creates a strong, smooth force to stimulate the release of the fascia through biomechanical and
This kind of release allows the fluids and electrical properties of tissues and organs to flow normally again,
creating motion and life, restoring healthy equilibrium.
Fascia is the connective tissue that surrounds and invests nearly
every aspect of our bodies tissues. Restrictions in the fascia can both result in pain and more work for
The fascia and the bones of the body have
electrical properties that let them carry electrical current. Fascia covers every muscle, organ and system in
Fascial connective tissue is continuous and all-inclusive.
Fascia carries an electrical charge and is in constant communication with the nervous system throughout the
The percussor is intended for treatment of the symptoms associated with pain.
The percussor is to be
used in the following general
pelvic misalignments and fixations
Shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand
Hip, knee, ankle, and foot
Deep and superficial fascial
Trigger point therapy
Relieve tense muscles
Scar tissue and
Post exertion muscle
Acute and chronic sinus
Cranial suture fixations and
Diaphragmatic spasm and hiatal
Decreases the need for pain medication
General Contraindications for Percussion Therapy:
Advanced Heart Disease in debilitated
Spinal Instability (Includes
Over malignant lesions or areas of
Over eyes, recent fractures, recent surgical
Over sensitive skin or broken skin
Areas of hemorrhage
The abdomen of a pregnant