Fibrolysis in rehabilitation treatments
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Fibrolysis is a method developed by a Swedish physiotherapist, Kurt Ekman. This method uses special tools called «hooks».
The original technique consists of a method for a "mechanical" pain treatment of the musculoskeletal system by stretching or lysis of myofascial or inter-fascial adhesions and/or of lamellar corpuscles, through the use of the hooks applied on the skin, restoring the correct alignment of the different anatomical planes.
It is also called diacutaneous fibrolysis, myo-fibrolysis or myo-aponeurotic fibrolysis. It is currently used in various fields both by Physiotherapists and by Doctors.