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Acuforce 7.0

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Acuforce 7.0


Introducing a breakthrough in therapy tool technology. The Acuforce 7.0 is specifically designed to use its own weight (7 lbs.) in applying pressure during your therapy treatments. This saves your thumbs, wrists, and elbows from fatigue. The Acuforce 7.0 performs muscle stripping, cross-fiber friction, and trigger point therapy. The tool is made with a special skin-like material that works incredibly well with creams and oils. Hand-crafted in the United States and made with F.D.A. approved materials, the Acuforce 7.0 is a must have for every therapist. Now available with a free instructional video. Colors received may vary.



  • Recommended Use:
    Muscle stripping
    Cross-fiber friction
    Trigger point therapy

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February 19, 2012
 
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Acuforce 7.0

Very handy for me but sometimes after many massages, it can be heavy on my hands. Will order one soon for my work, as I am using the one of my practice. Is it possible to have a discount if I buy a second one???

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Q: is this instrument similar to a hand held activator.. i've been using an activator I purchased over 20 yrs ago that has a trigger that sends an electrical shock like sensation through a client's body to open meridian channels. Is this like that?
Created on Sunday, October 19, 2014 by Dee
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