KR101077885B1 - A myofascal relaxer for physical therapy - Google Patents

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KR101077885B1
KR101077885B1 KR1020080109960A KR20080109960A KR101077885B1 KR 101077885 B1 KR101077885 B1 KR 101077885B1 KR 1020080109960 A KR1020080109960 A KR 1020080109960A KR 20080109960 A KR20080109960 A KR 20080109960A KR 101077885 B1 KR101077885 B1 KR 101077885B1
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The present invention relates to a fascia relaxer for physiotherapy, and more particularly, to a fascia relaxer for physiotherapy, in which the fascia and deep muscles of the occipital bone, the larynx lower part, the upper cervical spine and the back neck area can be acupressure.
Fascia relaxation device for physical therapy according to the present invention is placed horizontally on the floor; A laryngeal bone acupressure portion protruding from one side of the main body to support the laryngeal bone; A lower laryngeal support which protrudes higher than the laryngeal bone acupressure portion at a position in front of the laryngeal bone acuity portion of the main body to support the lower laryngeal portion; And an upper thoracic vertebrae acupressure part protruding from the front of the lower laryngeal support part of the main body so as not to push the main body while supporting the back neck.
Occipital bone, Lower larynx, Cervical spine, Acupressure

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Fascia relaxer for physical therapy {A myofascal relaxer for physical therapy}

The present invention relates to a fascia diastolic device for physiotherapy, and more specifically, a dura meter that protects the myofascal of the occipital bone, the lower larynx, the upper cervical spine and the back neck, and the central nervous system while being used as a resting or meditation pillow. And the fascia-relaxer for physiotherapy, in which deep muscles can be relaxed with pressure.

In general, the structure of the human body is the connection between the head and the upper cervical vertebra (convex forward), and the body's gravity and the rotational cycle of the earth are biased forward to the center of gravity, so that the muscles of the larynx and lower larynx are easily nervous.

In addition, during stress, bad posture habits, and various injuries, the tension of this area becomes more severe and the occipital nerves and the vertebral arteries are blocked, which puts pressure on the lower larynx.

This results in constant pressure on the nerves that pass through the jugular vein, causing the dysfunctional muscles of the autonomic nervous system to maintain their homeostasis by straining the muscles that control them, and in severe cases, systemic symptoms by straining the brain dura lining the brain. Will appear.

Therefore, treatment to relax the tense muscles and soft tissues of the larynx and lower larynx is of great importance.

Conventionally, the tension of the larynx and the lower larynx has been treated through a cumbersome procedure by manual practitioners such as manual therapists and physical therapists.

Procedures include the Cranial Rythmic Impulse (CRI) and the IV Ventricular Compression (CV-4 technique). (See drawing below)

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However, this method of treatment requires a surgeon to directly lift the patient's head with fingers until the tension in the larynx and lower larynx relaxes. Many patients have problems that are difficult to process.

Recently, in order to improve such a problem, the pillow has been made in the form of a pillow, and when the patient is lying down, the larynx and the lower larynx are released.

However, these instruments are too uncomfortable because the texture is too hard and the ergonomics are not taken into account, and there is a problem in that it is impossible to release the clumped muscles around the larynx and selectively acupressure the elements in the larynx in relaxing the fascia and epidural of the larynx. .

On the other hand, massage devices are the same, most massage devices can release the muscles on the outside that are responsible for the main movement, but small deep muscles that require stability of the human body in the inside can not be released.

Accordingly, the development of an ergonomic physiotherapy diastolic diaphragm that can effectively acupressure and relax the muscles of the larynx and the lower larynx, including the upper cervical spine, is required.

The present invention is designed to solve the problems of the conventional chiropractic and laryngeal acupressure, methods for relaxation, apparatuses, can be used during meditation or relaxation irrespective of time and place, laryngeal bone, lower larynx, upper cervical spine and back neck. Acupressure, the purpose of providing a fascia relaxer for physiotherapy that can relax.

In order to solve the above problems, the fascia relaxer for physical therapy according to the present invention is placed on the floor horizontally; A laryngeal bone acupressure portion protruding from one side of the main body to support the laryngeal bone; A laryngeal lower support part which is formed to protrude higher than the laryngeal bone acupressure part at the front position of the laryngeal bone acupressure part of the main body to support the lower laryngeal part, and has a neck line pressing protrusion protruding from the upper end; And an upper thoracic vertebrae acupressure part protruding from the front of the lower laryngeal support part of the main body so as not to push the main body while supporting the back neck.

According to the present invention, the chiropractic method of the larynx and lower larynx, such as the Cranial Rythmic Impulse (CRI) and the fourth ventricular compression method (CV-4 technique), which have been conventionally performed by a manual clinician and a physiotherapist, does not depend on the therapist. Even with a simple knowledge of how to use, there is an advantage that can be performed by the target person.

In addition, there is an advantage that the physical treatment can be easily performed anytime and anywhere regardless of time and place provided that the place to take the supine position is immediately provided to the treatment subject.

The acupressure effect according to the method of use is that the laryngeal bone is comfortably supported by the laryngeal bone acupressure part as the first method, while the laryngeal lower part, specifically, the laryngeal bone of the laryngeal bone is supported by the laryngeal lower part support part, and the acupressure of the whole body is carried out. In order to relax the fascia, the second method is to compress and pressure the fourth ventricle by the pressure chamber of the occipital bone to lower the brain pressure to help stabilize the brain function and to help the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) circulation to help immunity and homeostasis (Homeostasis). ) And the back neck is supported by the upper thoracic vertebrae chiropractor to prevent stiffness only after the upper thoracic vertebrae, ie mushroom syndrome, etc. It is easy to have rigid body muscles due to stress and overwork in two steps. It is possible to obtain an effect to relieve.

The effects accompanying the acupressure effect are as follows.

Parasympathetic nerves distributed in the base of the larynx and the upper cervical vertebrae are activated to restore the sympathetic nervous system to normal mechanisms and to balance the autonomic nervous system.

In addition, neck movement limitation and stiff neck are eliminated, and myofascial pain in the joint of the cervical spine and the posterior lower extremity muscle is eliminated, and headache is alleviated.

Date, tortoise, vertebrae, scoliosis, and functional scoliosis can be corrected. When the stiff muscles of the back neck are relaxed, it releases the compressed vertebral artery and promotes blood circulation of the vertebral artery to the visual center. Lost vision can be restored.

Promotes brain blood and hormonal circulation to prevent and prevent hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), brain atrophy, normalizes the circulation of cerebrospinal fluid in descending arachnoid membrane, and stimulates the parasympathetic nerve of the upper cervical spine There is an induced effect.

The cervical vertebrae 5, 6, and 7, which usually produce neck discs, can be restored to normal movements by promoting the normal movement of the upper cervical spine, which is responsible for many movements of the neck. Nutritional supply is smooth and brain function is stabilized and concentration is improved.

In the growth phase, the lowering of the growth posture caused by the twisting of the spine posture, which does not give a normal stimulation to the bone growth plate, and the decrease in growth hormone secretion due to stress or lack of sleep can be prevented.

By smoothing blood and nutrient supply to the scalp, it promotes lymph circulation, relaxes scalp tissue, pore health, and normal control of pituitary hormone, thereby preventing hair loss.

In addition to the above-described physical effects can be obtained a variety of good effects, this effect can be obtained by the present invention that can be used conveniently and easily without the need for time and place without having to spend extra cost, such as finding a hospital It is the biggest advantage of the invention.

Fascia relaxation device for physical therapy according to an embodiment of the present invention, the body placed horizontally on the floor; A laryngeal bone acupressure portion protruding from one side of the main body to support the laryngeal bone; A laryngeal lower support part which is formed to protrude higher than the laryngeal bone acupressure part at a position in front of the laryngeal bone pressure part of the main body to support the lower laryngeal part, and wherein one or two nape line pressing protrusions protrude from the upper end; And an upper thoracic vertebrae acupressure part protruding from the front of the lower laryngeal support part of the main body so as not to push the main body while supporting the back neck.

The laryngeal bone acupressure portion may include a laryngeal bone acupressure protrusion formed to be spaced left and right, and a depression may be formed between the laryngeal bone acupressure protrusions.

At this time, the upper surface of the laryngeal bone acupressure protrusion, the inner side is formed lower than the outer side and the rear end portion is formed of a lower end than the front end portion may be formed to be curved.

On the other hand, the lower laryngeal support portion, including the two side support projections formed to be spaced apart left and right, a support portion forming a concave curved surface to support the lower larynx between the two side support projections is formed, the neck line pressing projections are the two It may be formed at the site of the support portion connecting each upper end of the side support projections.

In this case, the nape line pressing protrusion may be formed to be detachably mounted at a portion of the support portion connecting each upper end of the two side support protrusions.

In addition, the nape line pressing protrusion may be selected and mounted among the nape line pressing protrusions having different hardness.

On the other hand, the upper thoracic acupressure part includes an inclined protrusion formed to be spaced apart left and right while inclined downward from the support portion, and a groove may be formed between the inclined protrusions.

The fascia relaxor for physical therapy according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings, wherein the same reference numerals refer to the same members having the same function.

1 is a perspective view of the fascia relaxer for physical therapy according to an embodiment of the present invention, Figure 2 is a side view of the fascia relaxer shown in Figure 1, Figure 3 is a rear view of the fascia relaxer shown in Figure 1, Figure 4 is a front view of the fascia relaxer shown in FIG. 1, and FIGS. 5 and 6 are state diagrams of the use of the fascia relaxer shown in FIG.

As shown in Figures 1 to 4, the fascia relaxer 1 for physical therapy according to an embodiment of the present invention is the body 100, the laryngeal bone acupressure portion 200, protruding from the body 100, larynx Lower support portion 300 and upper thoracic vertebrae acupressure portion 400 is included.

The laryngeal bone acupressure part 200, the laryngeal lower part support part 300 and the upper thoracic acupressure part 400 may be manufactured to protrude integrally from the main body 100, so that the user can lie down comfortably for a pillow use while lying down. Injection foam molding can be made of polyurethane materials with some elasticity.

In this case, a harmless material having no skin irritation may be used among polyurethane materials.

And during injection molding, the material may further include platinum nano (Platinum Nano). Platinum is known to be the safest of the existing metals, free from oxidation, harmless to the human body, and have antibacterial effects. Nanoparticles such as platinum (白 金) to create a strong antibacterial effect on the product, there is a heat action to stabilize the mind and body and can obtain a catalytic and antioxidant effect.

However, the fascia relaxer 1 of this embodiment is not limited to the above-mentioned raw material and molding conditions.

The laryngeal bone acupressure part 200 is formed to protrude from the rear side of the main body 100. The laryngeal bone acupressure part 200 supports the laryngeal bone when the user lays down on the fascia diastolic 1 of the present embodiment to be acupressure.

The laryngeal bone acupressure unit 200 supports the laryngeal bone and presses the fourth ventricle of the occipital bone while the acupressure is performed, and the depression 220 is formed between the laryngeal acupressure protrusion 210 while including the laryngeal acupressure protrusion 210. An example can be given.

As shown in FIG. 3, the recess 220 has a shape recessed in a substantially semi-circular shape on the longitudinal section. Of course, it is not limited to this shape, it may have a variety of shapes to form a space in which the occipital ridge is accommodated on the space.

The laryngeal bone acupressure protrusion 210 is acupressure the upper surface is supported by the left, right of the occipital bone area. At this time, the upper surface of the occipital bone acupressure 210 is inclined downward from the outside to the inside in consideration of the shape of the occipital bone, and the slope of the occipital bone is more comfortably supported by forming a slope inclined downward from the front end to the rear end. It is desirable to be able to be acupressure evenly.

In addition, the upper edge portion of the laryngeal bone acupressure protrusion 210 is preferably formed to be curved so as not to cause unnecessary pain in the pressured laryngeal bone area.

The laryngeal bone acupressure part 200, specifically by the occipital bone acupressure 210 to open the fourth ventricle to make the circulation of cerebrospinal fluid normal, and also by changing the area of the acupressure by rotating the head to the left, right, acupressure The part can be selectively stimulated.

The central nervous system of our body is divided into the brain and the spinal cord, and three membranes are attached to this part to protect the brain and the spinal cord. There is the closest pia mater, the middle arachonoid membrain, and the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) circulates in this area of descent. It also has a dura mater that is strongly attached to the outermost layer, protecting the central nervous system from external shocks. The dura is strongly attached to the posterior body of the magnum foraman of the laryngeal bone and the posterior-vertebrae (C1-C2), enveloping the spinal cord and attaching to the second anterior sacrum. The function of the dura is to protect the brain and spinal cord, the central nervous system of our body from external shocks, and to help the nerve firing in the conduction of nerves.

The area where the dura is strongly attached acts as a central point for controlling the balance of power of the body, and serves as an important axis for maintaining stability and equilibrium in the human body. However, due to various factors (bad posture, stress, hormonal imbalance) in modern society, the dural tension is twisted, and the muscle imbalance causes various musculoskeletal disorders. Muscle imbalance and dural twisting force cause abnormal alignment of the spine, causing the pelvis to twist, resulting in functional leg length differences and shoulder height changes.

In particular, when a problem occurs in the upper cervical spine (lower occipital first and second cervical spine), the overall skeletal structure is changed, because the dura of the spinal cord passes through the base of the occipital bone of the skull and the upper larynx and upper cervical spine (first cervical spine). , Two cervical vertebrae), and an imbalance in the forces of one part affects the connected vertebrae by mutual reversible action, resulting in ergonomic changes and different imbalances of the jaw (TMJ), upper cervical spine, and pelvis. It will also affect the spinal joint.

The small laryngeal rectus muscles in the deep muscles of the lower larynx are attached to the cerebrospinal dural epithelium, causing stress and bad posture for a long time. This leads to structural changes in the brain and spine as described above.

 Myofascial diastolic diaphragm (1) for physical therapy according to the present embodiment, in particular, the nasal squeezing protrusion 321 on the lower laryngeal support 300 activates the parasympathetic nerves distributed in the laryngeal base and the upper cervical spine, resulting in tension due to stress. By making the mechanism of the sympathetic nerve into a normal mechanism to balance the autonomic nervous system makes the rhythm and energy of the living body normal.

In addition, by stimulating and relaxing the muscles around the base of the larynx and the upper cervical spine, the movement of the vertebrae (cervical spine 1) and the cervical vertebrae (cervical spine 2) can be smoothed, thereby correcting posture, preventing and treating neck discs. By stimulating and relaxing the tension of the dural and posterior submuscular muscles, the above-mentioned diseases can be prevented and treated.

The lower laryngeal support 300 is formed to protrude from the front side of the laryngeal bone acupressure portion 200 of the main body 100.

Specific examples of the lower laryngeal support 300 may include an example in which a supporting part 320 for supporting the lower larynx and acupressure between the cranial support protrusions 310 is provided, including the cranial support protrusions 310 spaced left and right. Can be.

The upper medial side of the cranial side support protrusion 310 is positioned to fit the laryngeal ridge (the larynx base), which is a position raised slightly above the head from the temporal bone papillary projection when the user cuts and lays down the fascia relaxer 1 of this embodiment. Therefore, the portion of the supporting part 320 to be described later, which connects the cranial support protrusion 310, is located at the nucleus line of the laryngeal bone, which is a boundary point between the back of the head and the neck, and the deep fascia around the larynx base and the upper cervical spine. Stimulated, relaxed.

Between the two side support projections 310 is formed a support 320, the support 320 is made of a concave curved surface so that the lower larynx can be comfortably supported by the even area.

The laryngeal lower part is supported while contacting the upper surface of the supporting part 320 and is supported in the left and right directions by the above-described cranial side support protrusion 310, and the laryngeal bone is supported by the laryngeal bone acupressure part 200. Eventually, the larynx and lower larynx are naturally and comfortably supported by the chiropractor.

In this state of head support and acupressure, take a comfortable position with your eyes closed, but keep your mouth slightly open with your lips slightly open to relax your neck and relax your jaw joints. You can relax well and maximize the effect of acupressure.

 In addition, during the acupressure, it is desirable to maintain a tractional force (Cranial traction force) to be pulled toward the head of the cervical spine for the acupressure effect of various blood points such as sciatica, rubella, catholic blood, acupuncture, and ahyeol. This traction force is the upper surface of the support portion 320 maintains a horizontal plane for a certain length, but at one end of the horizontal surface to form a downward inclined surface toward the front of the main body, and the laryngeal lower support portion facing the laryngeal acupressure part 200 ( The rear end of 300 may be naturally induced by being formed in a vertical plane.

On the other hand, the upper inner edge of the cranial side support protrusion 310 may be curved so as not to cause unnecessary pain in both side portions of the head.

In addition, the supporting part 320 has a nape line pressing protrusion 321 protruding from the base of the larynx and the upper cervical spine.

The nape line pressing protrusion 321 may be formed at one or two or more spaced apart from the portion of the support portion 320 connecting each upper end of the two side support protrusions 310.

In FIGS. 1 to 4, the nape line pressing protrusion 321 is provided with an example in which a plurality of consecutively spaced intervals are spaced along a portion of the supporting portion 320 connecting the upper ends of the two side support protrusions 310. On the contrary, it can be selectively formed at various positions in consideration of the need for acupressure, such as protruding only from the left and right sides of the site or protruding only from the center.

The nape line pressing protrusion 321 may be integrally protruded from the supporting part 320, but may be formed to be detachably mounted at the supporting part 320 although not shown.

When the nape line pressing protrusion 321 is formed to be separately mounted, a fitting groove (not shown) is formed at a predetermined position of the support part 320, and a fitting protrusion (not shown) is formed at one side of the nape line pressing protrusion 321. It may be formed of a structure that is formed and fitted. At this time, the fitting groove formed in the support portion 320 is spaced apart from the portions of the support portion 320 connecting each upper end of the two side support protrusions 310, so that a plurality is formed so that the nape line pressing protrusion 321 is mounted. It is desirable to enable a variety of choices.

The structure in which the nape line pressing protrusion 321 is coupled to the support 320 is not limited to the example of the fitting structure described above, and various coupling structures may be provided.

Meanwhile, in FIGS. 1 to 4, the shape of the nape line pressing protrusion 321 is formed in a substantially rectangular pillar shape having a rounded edge, but is not limited thereto. Of course, the tip may be formed in a variety of other shapes, such as cylindrical, triangular, square, pentagonal or hexagonal, or hemispherical.

In addition, the nape line pressing protrusion 321 may be selected and mounted from various nape line pressing protrusions having different hardness. That is, a plurality of nape line pressing protrusions having various elasticity or hardness may be selected and mounted on the supporting unit 320 by selecting the nape line pressing protrusion having a hardness suitable for the degree of pressure.

If you want a stronger bearing pressure, you can use a strong nape line pressing projections, if you want a weak bearing pressure more comfortable and smooth nape line pressing projections.

The material of the nape line pressing protrusion 321 may be foam-molded, for example, with a polyurethane material, and may manufacture various nape line pressing protrusions 321 having different hardness, that is, hardness by changing conditions during molding.

According to the present embodiment, in a state where a plurality of nape line pressing protrusions having various hardnesses of various shapes are provided, the user may consider the degree of acupressure and a necessary portion of the pressure point and the nape line pressing protrusion 321 having a suitable shape and hardness. After selecting the mounting portion can be used in the appropriate position of the 320.

The upper thoracic vertebrae acupressure part 400 that can support the back neck is protruded from the front position of the lower laryngeal support 300 of the main body 100.

The upper thoracic acupressure unit 400 supports and supports the back neck when lying on the fascia relaxer 1 of the present embodiment, so that the user can feel more comfortable as well as stimulate the muscles near the upper thoracic spine located in the back neck. In addition, by relaxing the cervical crushed state of this area, the tension of the neck can be solved, and the neck disc, mushroom syndrome, and the prevention of the neck can be obtained.

Specific examples of the upper thoracic acupressure unit 400, the inclined upper surface is formed protruding from the main body 100 so as to be inclined downward toward the front of the main body 100 and spaced apart left and right An example including the protrusion 410 may be presented.

Between the left and right inclined protrusions 410, a recessed groove portion 420 is formed, and the groove portion 420 is unnecessarily pressurized by the spinous process portion of the upper thoracic spine protruding from the rear neck portion to prevent pain. It is formed to accommodate the site into the space, and is intended to fit the spinal arrangement of the upper thoracic region into a proper arrangement through acupressure. An upper surface of the groove portion 420 may form a downward inclined surface toward the front of the main body at one end of the support portion.

5 and 6 is a state diagram showing the state of use of the myofascial diastolic device 1 of the present embodiment.

In FIG. 5, the Cranial Rythmic Impulse (CRI) is performed using the fascia diastolic device 1 of the present embodiment.

In this use example, the laryngeal bone is naturally supported by the laryngeal bone acupressure part 200 and acupressure, and the lower laryngeal part is supported by the lower laryngeal support part 300, specifically by the cranial side support protrusion 310. While being supported by the support part 320 and the nape wire pressing protrusion 321.

At this time, the laryngeal region between the portion supported by the rear end of the supporting portion 320 and the portion supported by the laryngeal bone acupressure portion 200 is supported by the feeling of being slightly spread and at the same time the lower laryngeal portion supported by the supporting portion 320. The part is supported to be guided toward the front of the main body 100, so that the traction force in the upper direction of the cervical spine acts naturally.

And, while the upper thoracic cervical acupressure unit 400, the cervical spine left and right of the back neck is comfortably supported while being acupressure.

FIG. 6 shows a state in which a fourth ventricular compression technique (CV-4 technique) is performed using the fascia diastolic device 1 of the present embodiment.

The use example shown in FIG. 6 is performed as a next step of the use example shown in FIG. 5, where the fascia diastolic 1 of the present embodiment is lowered below the neck and slightly above the laryngeal region, that is, near the fourth ventricle. Acupressure is an example of using the upper thoracic spine while acupressure the area of the occipital bone. Acupressure points by this use example include cerebral blood donation, inoculation blood and the like.

According to this use example, the fourth ventricle is acupressure to reduce the congestion of the cranial base, activate the body fluid circulation to remove toxic substances in the human body and promote the circulation of antibodies. In addition, by restoring the flexibility of the autonomic nervous system to maintain the homeostatic activity of the human body can effectively respond to stress and external stimuli, and is effective in improving pain and insomnia.

In this use example, the lower laryngeal support 300 is supported by the middle portion of the back of the neck, and the upper thoracic acupressure unit 400 supports the lower cervical and upper thoracic vertebrae.

On the other hand, various functions are further added to the fascia diastolic device 1 of the present embodiment may provide better convenience in the use process.

Although not shown as an example, a memory chip capable of storing MP3 music and sound output means may be included in the main body 100 to add a music listening function using earphones.

Alternatively, by placing a magnet at a required point inside the main body 100, a function that serves as an effect of magnet therapy in the use process may be added, and a low frequency treatment or fine current generation apparatus may be installed in the main body 100 by installing a low frequency or microcurrent generator. It is also possible to combine current therapy.

In addition, by installing a vibrator device or a roller device inside the main body 100 to generate some massage effect, the pressure effect by the laryngeal pressure part 200, the laryngeal lower part support part 300, and the upper thoracic pressure part 400 is further increased. It is also possible to improve.

And by including the heating means and the temperature control means having a heating function inside the main body 100, it is also possible to support the back of the head in a warm state, if necessary, to be acupressure.

It will be understood by those skilled in the art that various changes in form and details may be made therein without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention as defined by the appended claims. It is not limited.

1 is a perspective view of a fascia diastolic for physical therapy according to an embodiment of the present invention,

Figure 2 is a side view of the fascia diastolic shown in Figure 1,

3 is a rear view of the fascia diastolic shown in FIG.

4 is a front view of the fascia diastolic shown in FIG.

5 and 6 are state diagrams of use of the fascia diastolic shown in FIG.

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200; Laryngeal acupressure zone 210; Occipital bone acupressure

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310; Cranial side support protrusion 320; Support

321; Nape line pressing protrusion 400; Upper thoracic spine

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  1. A body placed horizontally on the floor;
    A laryngeal bone acupressure portion protruding from one side of the main body to support the laryngeal bone;
    It is formed to protrude higher than the laryngeal bone acupressure portion in the front position of the laryngeal bone acupressure portion of the main body to support the lower laryngeal portion, one or more nape line pressing protrusions are formed at the upper end, the cranial side support is formed spaced left and right A lower laryngeal support provided with a support forming a concave curved surface to support the lower larynx between the protrusion and the cranial support; And
    The main body is not pushed while supporting the back neck, and is formed to protrude from the front side of the lower laryngeal support portion so as to squeeze the upper thoracic region, and is inclined downward from the end of the support portion to be spaced apart from the left and right, and the inclined protrusion and the inclined protrusion are formed. Upper thoracic vertebrae acupressure portion provided with a groove formed in the; Fascia diastolic for physiotherapy, characterized in that consisting of.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    The laryngeal acupressure part is a fascia relaxer for physiotherapy, characterized in that a depression is formed between the laryngeal acupressure protrusion and the laryngeal acupressure protrusion formed to the left and right.
  3. 3. The method of claim 2,
    The upper surface of the laryngeal bone acupressure protrusion is formed on the inner side lower than the outer side and the rear end portion is made of the inclined surface formed lower than the front end, the fascia relax for physical therapy characterized in that the corner is formed to be curved.
  4. The method of claim 1,
    The nape line pressing protrusion is a fascia relaxation device for physiotherapy, characterized in that formed at the site of the support portion connecting each upper end of the cranial support protrusion.
  5. 5. The method of claim 4,
    The nape line pressing protrusion is a fascia relaxation device for physiotherapy, characterized in that the protruding or detachable mounting integrally formed at the portion of the support portion connecting each upper end of the cranial support protrusion.
  6. The method of claim 5,
    The nape line pressing protrusion is selected for the hardness of the various shapes fascia relaxer for physical therapy, characterized in that mounted on the support.
  7. The method of claim 6,
    The nape line pressing projection shape is characterized by consisting of any one selected from the shape of the rounded rounded cylinder, the end of the rounded cylinder, triangular column, square column, pentagonal or hexagonal column shape, hemisphere shape Fascia diastolic for physiotherapy.
  8. The method of claim 5,
    A fascia relaxer for physiotherapy, characterized in that a fitting groove is formed in the support portion for separating and mounting the nape line pressing protrusion, and a fitting protrusion is formed at one side of the nape line pressing protrusion facing the fitting groove.
  9. The method of claim 8,
    The fitting groove is a fascia diastolic for physical therapy characterized in that it is possible to select a variety of positions of the nape pressing pressure protrusions so as to form a plurality of spaced apart from the support portion connecting each upper end of the two side support projections.
  10. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 9,
    The nape line pressing protrusion is foam molded from a polyurethane material, and the fascia relaxer for physiotherapy, characterized in that it can be formed with a variety of hardness is different by varying the conditions during molding.
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