massage therapy at your fingertips

massage therapy at your fingertips

The Bond Wand™ is a patented Fascial Adhesion Stretching Tool designed to Relieve Stress, Improve Mobility, and Delay Aging.



patented technology:

With The Bond Wand, you can treat any part of your body with one arm, making it an incredibly versatile tool for personalized massage therapy.

target muscle groups precisely:

Go beyond surface-level massage. Target deep layers of tissue to promote flexibility and improve circulation, with 5 different attachment heads.

easy to use on yourself and on others:

 Enjoy a professional-grade massage experience with a sleek and ergonomic design and comfortable grip.

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the Future of Self-Care is here

There's finally a self-care massage tool that allows you to facilitate deep pressure of trigger points and sore muscles single-handedly while using the free hand to position body parts or provide tissue traction. Increase range of motion, reduce pain, and restore your body's normal function with The Bond Wand™.

no more limitations

There are over 600 muscles in the human body, and any one of these muscles can develop myofascial trigger points. One method of treatment is direct instrumental ischemic pressure directly on the palpable nodule. Another helpful method is post-isometric relaxation (PIR), contract relax/antagonist contract (CRAC). Both of these treatments are possible with The Bond Wand™.

Save hundreds of dollars

Say goodbye to heavy, mechanical percussive massagers that can't apply enough pressure or reach distant body parts. Treat your own body without spending money on Gua Sha instruments or IASTM tool sets, with this all-in-one massage device.


What is The Bond Wand™?

The Bond Wand™ is a patented Fascial Adhesion Stretching Tool designed to Relieve Stress, Improve Mobility, and Delay Aging. The unique design of the Bond Wand™ allows for enhanced leverage and/or concentrated pressure to various body parts using the strength of the larger muscles of the elbow and shoulders rather than the smaller muscles of the wrist and the hand. This eliminates user fatigue and allows tremendous forces to be targeted at trigger points or along entire muscle length. The Bond Wand enables instrument-assisted soft tissue release (IAST) and post-isometric relaxation neuromuscular facilitation release.

The Bond Wand™ can be used effectively with either arm and it also has a variety of attachments: first either a cane or a short bar connects to the arm handle for using it for either distant body parts of closer body parts. Secondly there are a variety of different attachments to be used at the tip of the bars. A rounded tip for trigger points, a multiple pointed tip for larger areas, a roller-bar for massaging broad areas and/or longer muscles and scraping tools for fascial stretching/release of flat areas of the body. The basis of the Bond Protocol is CRAC followed by IASTM.

What are trigger points?

Trigger points are characterized by hyperirritable spots within a muscle. There is an associated palpable nodule and direct compression or pressure on these sensitive points’ “triggers” pain within the muscle, a localized “jump sign” and can refer pain to characteristic and/or distant parts of the body.

Myofascial trigger points are also a major cause of pain and dysfunction within the body. Chronic multiple myofascial trigger points can cause myofascial pain syndrome. Repetitive and overloading stress and trauma upon a muscle causes myofascial trigger points and may then cause myofascial pain syndrome. Eventually myofascial pain syndrome may be implicated in causing fibromyalgia.

What is Fascia?

Fascia is a type of connective tissue, and it is connective tissue that connects everything in the body. It wraps and binds tissues, holds organs into their shapes and connects structures and also transmits information. There are two types of fasciae, superficial and deep. The superficial layer as the name implies is just under the skin and constitutes the main fatty tissue and lines the organs. The deep layer covers most of all the muscles and protects them. Deep fascia is what makes muscles tough and inflexible as well. Fascia is made of collagen, and it is the most abundant protein in our bodies. Collagen, by way of its crystalline structure, has electrical properties, the piezoelectric effect. This electricity is what guides the growth of bones through the growth plate. If collagen has electrical properties, and fascia is made of collagen, and fascia pretty much envelopes everything, then it may be possible that chi is therefore a function of fascia. 

And that acupuncture meridians are fascial in nature and acupuncture points are in those fascial planes as well. So, then fascia is the network through which chi flows in the body and fascial restrictions disrupt the energetic flow within the body. By stretching and releasing the fascial restrictions, we can slow muscle aging and increase the freely slowing chi through the meridians.

What is PNF (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation)?

A child has more elastic collagen tissue than fibrous tissue, an adult has more fibrous tissue than elastic tissue. This means that through a lifetime of microtrauma results in the formation of fibrous tissue within the muscles at the expense of elastic tissue - this is the process of aging, and it is pretty much irreversible. Our muscles also have a stretch reflex, this is when a muscle that has been stretched will oppose the stretch with a contraction, and unfortunately this often results in muscle injury. Repetitive muscle microtrauma injury results in more fibrous tissue. One way to make you more flexible and hopefully develop less muscle trauma is by manipulating the stretch reflex, this is through a process called Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF). PNF is a stretching technique shown to increase range of motion. A part of PNF is called post-isometric relaxation or contract-relax-antagonist-contract (CRAC). This process resets the stretch receptor by taking the muscle out to its stretch limit and then making it tenser by a short contraction, then it is relaxed, and the stretch receptor can be reset to a slightly longer length by taking out the slack through passive stretching. This increases the muscle length, range of motion and muscle contraction strength as well. 

What is instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM)?

IASTM has its roots in traditional Chinese medicine. Named Gua Sha, it was originally part of the acupuncture of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Gua Sha is the process of simple scraping of the skin thought to remove blood stagnation and promoting normal circulation and improving metabolism. Gua Sha practitioners used animal bones, jade, and other things to scrape muscles and create trauma to the outer surface of the skin. This damage was instrumental in turning the area from a chronic “stagnated” state back into an acute state where the body can begin to attack and heal the problem with renewed immune energy. IASTM utilizes various instruments, such as blades to effectively mobilize scar tissue and fascial adhesions. These instruments are used to apply a longitudinal pressure along the muscle through a mechanical advantage of the practitioners.

Clinical use of Gua Sha techniques can be instrumental in the healing of chronic pain syndromes problems or in cases where connective tissue becomes dense with cross-fibering. Connective tissue interfaces that become restricted and then lose the gliding ability of fascial planes across each other, contribute to pathology or result in abnormal ranges of motion or pain syndromes.

Numerous studies have shown the effectiveness of IASTM through various tools and companies. These studies show an increase of range of motion, pain resolution, and a return to normal function of the treated area.

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