Heskiers OneTool with Martin Heskier

 In Acupuncture, Exercise, Pain

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Date: August 1, 2016

Episode Description

The Heskiers OneTool™ is an ergonomically designed myofascial release tool designed by Martin Heskier. This tool can be used by practitioners who work with pain and the body, as well as for self treatment. It can magnify the existing techniques the practitioner already has, and be integrated into any system. Martin Heskier has taken this revolutionary tool and had it evaluated at hospitals by doctors and therapists. Now with a school dedicated to teaching techniques for the use of this tool, Martin Heskier is sharing the story of this tool’s creation, and some treatment techniques in this episode.

Dr. Risk’s Thoughts

I met Martin Heskier when I was in Seattle earlier in the year, and, although I had been aware of the Heskiers OneTool ahead of time, he introduced its true function to me at that time.  My colleague and I started to use in our clinic for pain syndromes, and the feed back was incredible.  I was excited to do this episode so that others could learn about its amazing benefits.

Guest Information

Martin Heskier, CEO of Heskiers LLC, speaks internationally about Optimizing Health and Wellness and treating pain naturally and effectively. He is the inventor the Heskiers Method and the Heskiers OneTool, a new approach to Myofascial manipulation, manipulation of the interstitial fluid, Massage and Connective tissue such as Guasha that functions interdisciplinary in all modalities in Bodywork therapies and cross over from high-end professional treatment to easy self-treatment for athletes and lay persons.

He is a industrial designer and a licensed acupuncturist, having taught and practiced in multiple techniques since 1998. He received his degree from the Skolen for Akupunktur og Kinesisk Medicin in Copenhagen. He apprenticed with Dr. Gou Gou Dong of Beijng, learning Tui Na Massage and Guasha and he studied organ massage and cranial sacral therapy with Stanley Rosenberg.

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