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Lyne technology recognized as a medical device

Lyne technology aims to maintain joint mobility and muscle tone using the principle of self-correction.

Lyne technology aims to maintain joint mobility and muscle tone using the principle of self-correction.

The action of Lyne products

The whole range of Lyne products from PERCKO (Lyne UP, Lyne FIT, Lyne PRO) has :

Articulars

Proprioceptives

Ligamentaries

Muscular

By informing the user of his body position in a semi-conscious manner and leading him towards a regulation of this position, the textile range of PERCKO has a proprioceptive action. This action results in a regular mobilization of joint and ligament structures and a strengthening of muscle structures.

It is therefore a re-educative action. The user will relearn to regularly mobilize his body, reinforce muscular learning and regain good positions.

It is thanks to these actions, tested and validated by scientific literature, that our Lyne range is recognized as a medical device.

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Proven effectiveness

To be a medical device, PERCKO submitted a clinical evaluation report for more than 4400 testers.

A total of 6 studies were necessary to establish the document with a quantitative study on our customers and 5 independent studies conducted by companies and health organizations (ORANO, BOUYGUES CONSTRUCTION, ALLIANZ & SANTECLAIR).

These studies have validated the effectiveness of our products in reducing back pain, strengthening the muscles
deep and re-educate the posture.

Feedback from our customers

2020 study,
on 819 users
wearing at least 1 product from the Lyne range more than twice a week
86%
are satisfied with the quality of LYNE products
86%
are satisfied with the quality of LYNE products
2020 study, on 819 users wearing at least 1 product from the Lyne range more than twice a week

Results in business

Laboratory tests

In both standing and sitting position, the Lyne range of solutions caused their wearers to suffer a pelvic anteversion leading to an opening of the thorax.

This opening of the thorax is possible thanks to its rearward repositioning. Following this repositioning, the head also straightens slightly.

The Lyne T-shirts have a positive effect on the overall posture of the wearer, whether sitting or standing.

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Recommended by health experts

Our references

See the complete list
  • Longuet S, L. B. (n.d.). Effect of the Percko t-shirt on standing and sitting posture. Study report from Ostéobio and Cogitobio laboratories, Cachan.
  • Gbikpi-Benissan C. Does the PERCKO Posture Correction T-shirt help relieve spinal pain? According to a company study. Thesis MD by the University Paris Descartes. 2018
  • Alliance and Santé-Claire. Study well with my back.
  • Subjective cohort questionnaire on more than 4000 users
  • Bouygues Batiment subjective questionnaire on 20 users. 2019
  • Waller Robert, Anne Smith, Helen Slater, Peter O'Sullivan, Darren Beales, Joanne McVeigh and Leon Straker. Associations of physical activity or sedentary behaviour with pain sensitivity in young adults in the Raine study.
  • Decker M, Gomas KA, Narvy SJ, Vangsness CT. The influence of dynamic elastic clothing on the musculoskeletal and respiratory well-being of computer users. Int J Occup Saf Ergon 2016;22:550-6.
  • Cipriani DJ, Yu TS, Lyssanova O. Perceived influence of a compression and support shirt on cyclists' riding; experience and post-recovery. J Chiropr Med 2014;13:21-7.
  • Waller Robert, Anne Smith, Helen Slater, Peter O'Sullivan, Darren Beales, Joanne McVeigh and Leon Straker. Associations of physical activity or sedentary behaviour with pain sensitivity in young adults in the Raine study.
  • Trojel Hviid Jens-Christian, Jonas Bloch Thorlund and Henrik Bjarke Vaegter. Walking increases pain tolerance in humans: an experimental cross-over study. Scandinavian Journal of Pain. Volume 19: Issue 4. 2019
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