Who can use the Heskiers OneTool and Heskiers Method?
The Heskiers Method can be used by health care professionals, athletes of all disciplines, and just about everyone. It may be used by a healthcare professional on a patient or by the patient himself/herself for self-care.
What is Interstitium?
Recently featured on CNN, the interstitium was hailed as a “newfound organ” in the body. The interstitium consists of fluid-filled spaces in the body’s connective tissue. It is significantly involved in our overall health and well-being. We are thrilled that scientific research has finally validated what Heskiers has been doing for the past 10 years. We have been observing, designing, and implementing newfound techniques based on our extensive knowledge of Oriental Medicine and ergonomic design to work on a broad, holistic spectrum of health and, specifically, with the interstitium and interstital fluid.
What is Interstitial Fluid?
- Minimizes inflammation and rebuilds discs.
- Increases waste removal from the cells.
- Increases lubrication of muscle tissue.
- Optimizes muscular performance and function.
- Promotes faster recovery.
- Increases cellular balance.
- Reduces the appearance of cellulite.
- Enhances levels of oxygen to muscle tissue to enhance performance.
- Promotes fluid movement into the jointsand, therefore, reduces potential joint injuries.
How do you clean the OneTool?
Cleaning your OneTool is very easy; rinse with alcohol or dishwashing soap. The OneTool can be autoclaved, but that will reduce the lifespan of the product.
What material is the OneTool made from?
The OneTool is made from medical grade nylon, that is used in prosthetics inside the body. The color of the OneTool is also medical grade. In addition, the OneTool is BPA free.
How long does a treatment take?
Using the Heskiers Method, you can experience results after 99 seconds using the '99 technique' embedded in the Heskiers Method. This is possible because we are not using the outdated paradigm of 'no pain, no gain'. Heskiers Method inspires and directs the body to gain homeostasis.