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At HawkGrips, we fully believe our instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) products are the finest on the market. But it’s always nice to hear high praise from outside sources too. So we were thrilled to see this great recommendation from Garage Gym Reviews! Here’s a sampling of the complimentary comments made by author Cooper Mitchell:

Garage Gym Reviews HawkGrips IASTM Graston cross-hatch texture clinician practitioner

The patented cross-hatch texture of each HawkGrips instrument ensures a secure grip for effective treatment while also decreasing practitioner fatigue.

“HawkGrips are, in my opinion and that of many others who have much more knowledge about anatomy than I, the premier IASTM toolset. These are professional tools made for the foremost chiropractic and physical therapy practice, or the individual like myself who accepts nothing but the best in every aspect of life. You’ve probably noticed from my reviews that if I’m going to purchase something, I’m going to do it once. Buy the best and you shall experience no buyer’s remorse or need for upgrade. HawkGrips are the best IASTM tools money can buy.”

“Before contacting HawkGrips, I researched their competitors and nothing was even close to the same quality level. Most of the HawkGrips instruments feature multiple edges depending on their use, and with the higher-end sets there are tools that can be used for every body part. Each tool except for the handlebars also has a [cross-hatch] pattern. At first, I thought it was just a nice touch to stand out from the crowd of smooth IASTM tools, but in use the [enhanced] grip is greatly welcome. When you are digging into adhesions and the skin is covered in emollient, IASTM tools can become slippery. So [this feature] is very helpful in that you don’t have to think about maintaining a solid grip and can rather focus on the area you’re trying to attack.”

“If you’re like me and have had some experience with IASTM, or you’re a professional looking to upgrade and attract new clients or provide better service to existing clients, I say jump right in. You will not be disappointed. No mobility tool has had such a positive impact on my movement as HawkGrips. I have no connection with HawkGrips outside of them asking for an honest, no-holds barred review. This is simply a product I truly believe is worth the price.”

Thanks Cooper and Garage Gym Reviews, we appreciate the positive feedback and are happy to hear you’re so impressed with our products. For readers out there who want to learn more about HawkGrips and all that we have to offer, please feel free to contact us.

U.S. Navy Veteran Reveals How HawkGrips Helped Him Recover from Severe Musculoskeletal Dysfunction

HawkGrips IASTM VA San Diego Healthcare System Tyrone King Navy veteranI have a condition that the medical world calls “hallux valgus.” Also known as a bunion, it basically means a foot deformity. To put it mildly, I actually have extreme deformities. Over the years, the symptoms worsened and began to affect my ability to walk and run. My lower-extremity muscles were always tight and I felt no relief throughout the day. Soon, my knees became impacted as well and I blew out both, resulting in bilateral meniscal repairs. My hamstrings and quads would constantly get strained and the result was…

Vietnam Vet and Former POW Ralph Galati Praises the Healing Power of HawkGrips

Ralph Galati U.S. Senator John McCain World Affairs Council of Philadelphia Vietnam prisoner of warAs his F-4 Phantom jet fighter raced across the skies over North Vietnam, U.S. Air Force co-pilot Ralph Galati glimpsed a surface-to-air missile streaking menacingly toward him. Unable to evade this deadly projectile fired by enemy troops below, the Phantom shuddered from the explosive impact. It was February 16, 1972, and the Vietnam War had been raging for nearly seven years. The most controversial conflict in the history of the United States, it would eventually claim the lives of nearly 60,000 American servicemen…

How to Treat Lymphedema with HawkGrips

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Drew Hanlen and Jason Pinili with HawkGrips

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Why Physical Therapist Dr. Keith Cronin Advocates Combining IASTM and Biomechanical Taping [Interview]

biomechanical taping Dr. Keith Cronin DPT OCS CSCS physical therapist HawkGrips Dynamic TapeDr. Keith J. Cronin, DPT, OCS, CSCS, has been a physical therapist for nine years and owns a niche distribution and education company in Denver called Sports and Healthcare Solutions, LLC. He works with innovative clinicians and companies from around the world to offer effective rehabilitative products and strategies that maximize patient outcomes. In 2018, Dr. Cronin will launch Biomechanikits, a distribution platform that combines quality education, great products and competitive pricing. He first became aware of HawkGrips about four years ago and soon implemented them into patient treatments.

How U.S. Paralympic Team Physical Therapist Dr. Dawn Gulick Helped Implement HawkGrips into the Widener University Curriculum [Interview]

Widener University Dr. Dawn Gulick PhD PT ATC CSCS physical therapy professor HawkGrips IASTMDr. Dawn Gulick, PhD, PT, ATC, CSCS, is a professor of physical therapy at Widener University in Chester, PA. She began her clinical career as an athletic trainer, before earning her master’s degree in physical therapy more than 30 years ago. Dr. Gulick has been a Widener faculty member for about 22 years and HawkGrips instructor for the past three years. In this Q & A article, she discusses her educational roles, extensive background with the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic teams, and how HawkGrips treatment has been implemented into the curriculum at Widener.

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