Thera Cane Massager
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Deep Pressure Self Massager
Thera Cane Massager is ergonomically designed to apply pressure to sore muscles, massaging trigger points for myofascial release. The self massager provides a deep tissue massage to the back, neck, hamstrings, and other hard to reach areas of the body. Using Thera Cane along with a daily stretching routine can help obtain long lasting pain relief. Included are illustrated instructions featuring massage techniques and recommended stretches.
Helps Relieve Sore Muscles
The self massage stick can be used while standing, sitting, or lying down and is most effective during a deep pressure massage combined with a muscle stretch. Using the self massager in various positions provides you access to sore muscles from the most angles. This thorough approach will help increase the likelihood of obtaining the proper angle of penetration to relieve the trigger point.
Leverage Makes it Easy to Use
Prior to using the self massager, stretch your muscles to help in locating areas of tenderness. Begin with light pressure and short periods of use as your muscles will require a breaking in period. While applying adequate pressure, slowly move the ball back and forth across the trigger point and tender muscles. Apply pressure gradually while you work the massage ball into trigger points for increased circulation and pain relief. The curved massage stick features two easy to grasp handles and multiple nodules to apply pressure. Keep the ball in contact with your body to maintain control and prevent it from slipping off the muscle.
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