Instrument Adhesion Release

Instrument Adhesion Release is a soft tissue treatment that utilizes a specially designed instrument to reduce adhesion in muscles, tendons, ligaments and nerves.

IAR works like this:

  1. Use the Integrative Diagnosis system to identify the exact location of the adhesion.
  2. Set structure tension to allow access to adhesion.
  3. Select instrument contact.
  4. Set instrument depth.
  5. Set instrument angle.
  6. Move the instrument over the adhesion.

This generates tension directly on the adhesion to reduce and eliminate it. Instrument Adhesion Release (IAR) is not generic soft tissue “mobilization” but rather a highly targeted instrument and training combination that improves diagnosis, and allows for faster more effective treatment with less work.

Using any instrument to treat soft tissue adhesion requires 3 major components:

  1. A Complete and Accurate Diagnosis (Integrative Diagnosis)
  2. An instrument with the correct size, shape, edge and material (IAR Instrument)
  3. Hands-on Training (Hands-on IAR seminar)

If just one component is anything less than perfect you won’t get amazing results. IAR is the only system that has all 3 critical components.

The purpose of the Integrative Diagnosis online program is to prepare providers for the hands-on courses. You can not learn IAR from videos alone but they do speed up the process.