Due to the sensitivity of the bottom of the face,
it is recommended to use the blunt edge for this area.
(jaw, lower chin, sides of the face)
Scan the area to be treated with the sharper edge using light strokes,
use the sharper edge with a shallow-to-deep depth of approach when
evaluating the type of area that requires treatment. (shoulder, neck, forearm)
The broad groove is best for effectively treating larger areas of the body
(qudriceps, hamstring, shoulder, foot lumbar)
When massaging around the knuckles and finger, use the small
contoured edges to get to the hard-to-reach portions.
(wrist, finger, hand, knee, foot)
When treating area around grooves similar to the kneecap and
neck, use the medium-sized contoured edge to allow for sufficient
coverage and comfort. (neck, upper trapezius, patella)