Cane Massager

Original price was: $49.95.Current price is: $32.99.

The Cane Massager by Theracane is a device for serious muscle therapy. Great for neck, upper and lower back treatment. Available in standard and travel (MAX), which is a 2 piece version that can be taken apart for easy storage.

Theracane is a great tool to treat your own neck and back pain anywhere!

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Cane Massager For Tender Muscles Provides Therapy Without Strain Using Leverage & An Ergonomic Tool

Using 2 ends of the cane and six knobs, the Cane Massager by Theracane is a device for serious muscle therapy. Great for neck, upper and lower back treatment without lying on a tennis ball or bending and reaching and pressing on a door knob. Available in standard and travel (MAX), which is a 2 piece version that can be taken apart for easy storage.

What is the TheraCane Massager?

It is a unique tool to apply pressure to tender areas in muscles often called myofascial trigger points. It enables you to treat just about any muscle that requires attention on your own, without a massage therapist.

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The design is simple but very effective, making it quick and easy to use without strain. No need to get in awkward positions and postures to get at that gnawing pain. With the cane massager, you can produce a deep pressure to stiff and tender muscles or areas of trigger points effortlessly. Easily get between the shoulders, neck and back muscles to obtain pain relief anytime – anywhere. Using leverage provided by the Thera Cane, you don’t need to worry about weakness or lack of mobility in joints producing painful stretching to get at difficult to reach locations.

The deep tissue massaging offers overriding of sensory feedback; the actual perception of discomfort and for strain to decrease. Break up the never-ending cycle of chronic pain! Pressure coming from over-worked as well as over-stretched muscle tissue, or perhaps soreness coming from chronic muscular strain can result in chronic neck pain and additional neck disability.

This can be more likely to occur whenever someone decides to passively accept the pain sensation, wishing that it’s going to disappear along with rest and medication. This pain or pressure can begin to restrict his or her activities as well as give rise to taking on a sedentary life-style, wasting considerable time laying in bed worrying that any further movements and activity may aggravate the pain. The following reduction in activity can result in additional tensing as well as weakening of soft tissues.

Because this advances reduced motion behaviors, it can become the root cause for pain down the road, whether or not the original damage is actually remedied. The ensuing weakened plus shortened muscle tissues are not able to deal with the stress placed on the body which results in even more pain. This process turns into a vicious cycle which is often difficult to escape. Because of this it is essential to deal with the pain and strain immediately as well as go back to your regular routines prior to permitting yourself to be in a deconditioned state.

The cane massager may help you stay active by permitting one to seize control and apply the ideal force needed to alleviate tension and reduce unwanted contractions that may turn out to be incapacitating.

How Does The Cane Massager Work?

An amazing, simply effective massage tool affords easy pain relief using deep pressure directed towards stiff and tender areas in muscle, sometimes called trigger points. Using mechanical leveraging, the massager provides powerful massage therapy without having to use muscular force or stretching painful joints. Easily massage between the shoulders, neck, upper and low back, arms, legs and more!

A deeply applied pressure using the 2 ends and 6 knobs improves blood circulation to tender muscles, aiding in the restoration of functionality. Damaged muscles from improper healing, overuse and chronic pain can often be associated with poor or improper healing. If you cut your skin, it bleeds and there is pain and inflammation. You place a bandage on it and it will form a scab and when the scab falls off, there is a scar.

A strain of a muscle is a tear, similar to a cut. Scar tissue, when not properly healed, will not align properly with the muscle fibers. This reduces the muscles ability to achieve normal motion. Scar tissue can also form adhesions which adhere to soft tissues, including muscle tissue, tendons, which attach muscles to bones, and nerves. This causes the decrease in function and, especially when adhered to nerves, can cause pain. The Thera Cane gets deep into the muscle to help break up the adhesions, increase blood circulation, restoring loss of motion and relieving pain.

The cane massager helps to provide pain relief associated with stiff and tender muscles. Targeting trigger points that develop from chronic muscle problems, these trigger points are areas in the muscles which are tender to the touch and often will causing radiation of pain into other areas, similar to a herniated disc which pinches a nerve in the back causing pain to radiate down your leg. A trigger point in the shoulder can cause pain to radiate into the arm.

Treating them can be difficult, but with the massager, it is much easier. The treatment may cause some soreness and discomfort, but there is no way around this, unless you want expensive medical bills and needles! Standard therapeutic massage will not work. For very difficult and resistant trigger points, you may need medical attention, but the cane massager gives you a fighting chance at a fraction of the cost and makes a great gift idea to help someone you know who suffers from chronic muscle pain.

Using Thera Cane

With Thera Cane, you can treat these areas on your own. Regular use allows you to quickly locate and provide therapy to these tender and troublesome trigger points for any of the hundreds of muscles in your body they can arise.

From a crick in the neck to back strain, shoulder stiffness, that gnawing pain between the shoulders, arm and leg muscle cramps or stiffness, the cane massager can help!

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Author Bio

Stephen Ornstein, D.C. has treated thousands of neck, shoulder and back conditions since graduating Sherman Chiropractic College in 1987 and during his involvement in Martial Arts. He holds certifications as a Peer Review Consultant from New York Chiropractic College, Physiological Therapeutics from National Chiropractic College, Modic Antibiotic Spinal Therapy from Dr. Hanne Albert, PT., MPH., Ph.D., Myofascial Release Techniques from Logan Chiropractic College, and learned Active Release Technique from the founder, P. Michael Leahy, DC, ART, CCSP.