- Therapeutic Massager
- Applies pressure to treat muscle dysfunction
- Applies pressure to sore muscles and trigger points
- Ergonomic design enhances leverage for easy use
- 6 Strategically Placed Balls for full-body massage
- Recommended by pain management professionals for home therapy
- Ideal after long work days or strenuous activities
Ease your aches and pains without hiring a professional masseuse with the TheraCane massager. The simple yet effective self-massager makes it easy to apply pain-relieving deep compression directly to hard, knotted trigger points anywhere they occur, breaking up tension even in the hardest-to-reach muscle areas.
The Theracane is a deep pressure massage cane which can be used to gently massage tender points in the muscles. You can easily massage any part of your body by using one of the six strategically placed projections. A minimal amount of arm movement and gentle pressure is all you need for effective treatment. Each Theracane comes with a fully illustrated 14 page instructional manual. The Theracane weighs one pound and is made of durable, fiberglass material.
How It Works
The TheraCane works by adding pressure to the muscles, which helps maximize the flow of oxygenated blood. This pressure aids in restoring muscle function by breaking up adhesions in muscle fibers and tensions, thus making the muscle work more efficiently. It's the perfect tonic for a recurring injury, a long day on the job, or an active afternoon in the garden.
- Cane-shaped massager for easing aches and pains
- Includes 14-page customer user manual
- Measures 24 x 15 x 1 inches (W x H x D)
- Manufacturer's Warranty: 2 years
| || Use on Shoulders: |
Push down in the direction of the arrows for pressure. Move upper arms back & forth 1-2 inches for cross friction massage. Keep arms in close to side.
| || Use on Neck: |
Lean neck into ball, hands & remain still. Move neck side to side & up & down for pressure. Also try these in the supine position. Elevate head with pillows. Use your fingers for the front and side of neck muscles.
| || Use on Upper, Mid, or Lower Back: |
Focus your attention on the muscle you are working on. Try pressure and friction massage while standing or sitting down.
| || Use on Arms: |
Stabilize Cane securely on legs. Lean into or against the ball for pressure. Shift body weight into ball for added pressure.
| || Use on Legs: |
Stretch your muscles before and after using the cane. Cross friction massage while sitting down on various parts of the leg.