Wilbarger Protocol Therapressure Brush

Wilbarger Protocol Therapressure Brush

This brush is designed to be used with the Wilbarger Protocol.

Our PriceCAN$6.50
CodeSEN027

This oval shaped, soft surgical brush has been found to be the most effective in stimulating nerve endings in the skin.  The Wilbarger Protocol has been found to be very beneficial in children with sensory integrative dysfunction.  The technique that uses this brush should only be used by therapists (and their clients) who have been instructed in the Wilbarger Protocol
 
NOTE: Using the technique without instruction could result in harm.
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