The Ergon technique is a combination of massage – soft tissue mobilization technique, using steel tools designed in such a way that they have both inward and outward curved parts, so that they can adapt to different kinds of tissue, shapes and body curves.

The Ergon technique has become widely popular over the past years due to its effectiveness as a conservative treatment.

Using Ergon tools for massage treatments enhances the feeling and the feedback on the condition of the tissue the physiotherapist receives.

According to the Ergon tools manufacturer, tools work like a tuning fork, and when they are close to fiber tissue, they transmit an echo to the physiotherapist’s hands, helping him/her identify symphyses and fiber deposition.

By using the Ergon technique a physiotherapist can:

This purpose of this technique is muscle tone reduction (relaxation), pain reduction and restoration of motion rang.

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