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Percussion Massager

$39.99

Powerful cordless percussion massager up to 3,700 RPM. Facial micro-vibration motor on handle side operating up to 10,000 RPM. Variable speed dial to adjust intensity of percussion or vibration.

Repetitive acute percussion therapy relieves muscle tension, knots, spasms, aches and pains. Release trigger points, increase blood flow, gain greater range of motion. Great for use on areas such as neck, back, legs and feet. Five uniquely designed percussion attachments. Plus bonus facial attachment.

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From Head To Toe, This Is A Percussion Massager That Gives You A Virtual Massage Spa In Your Hands.

Relieve pain and stress at home with a powerful and versatile percussion massager that is cordless for ease of use. It uses variable speed control, which permits fine adjustment of intensity, while six types of massage heads allows the selection that matches the area of massage.

The percussion massager allows you to treat areas of stiff muscles, aching joints, knots, trigger points and, with a built in reverse vibration option, you can even massage your face, scalp and apply topical lotions in those hard to reach areas. The ergonomic design adds to the ease of use and helps to provide effective muscle therapy anywhere.

percussion massager

The percussion deeply penetrates muscles for pain relief and healing. In addition to the cordless design, it’s compact feature and light weight allows it to fit into a suitcase or backpack for traveling. Although lightweight and compact, it provides all the power you need to treat larger muscle groups.

Percussion Massager Features

It is really 2 massagers in one unit; a best in class 3,700 RPM percussion as well as microvibration massage at up to 10,000 RPM, which is great for smaller areas like the face, jaw pain and headaches. It comes with 7.2v Lithium Ion batteries and a charger and it takes about an hour to charge, lasting over 2 hours of continuous use. It weighs under 2 pounds and measures approximately 16.5 x 2.75 x 4 inches.

Percussion Massage For Neck Pain

This is a great method to use for breaking up soft tissue adhesions and muscle knots. It can help increase blood flow, speeding recovery and easing painful inflammation in tendons and joints. Use the vibration option and you can directly treat the temples and jaw.

Fascial structure abnormalities can be reversed by applying mechanical forces to the soft tissues. This may be attributed to mechanical stimulation that increases the strain on the loose connective tissue, which causes hyaluronic acid hydration and reduces viscosity. Deep fascia treatment of requires adequate and sustained pressure and therapists often use power tools, such as handheld percussion devices, to improve fascial function.

percussion massagerRecently, handheld percussion massagers have received increasing attention for self-massage or therapist treatment and various massage heads can be matched to different body parts. Due to its portability and stability, it is favored by the physical therapist community and sports people. Available evidence suggests that it can increase range of motion, improve recovery, and reduce muscle pain and stiffness. It provides continuous percussion stretching the muscle fiber, causing collagen remodeling and elastin changes, affecting the fascia’s densification, adhesions, and viscoelastic properties

The working mechanism combines elements of percussive massage and vibration. Deep percussion may also stretch muscle fibers through muscle waves generated by high-frequency percussion and has the potential to flatten and remove lipid (fat) tissue, release fascial restrictions, and change the mechanical properties, such as density, stiffness, and viscosity.

You should go easy at first to see how you respond to percussion massagers. If you bruise easily or are very sensitive to deep massage, you may want to consider another massager or go slow and easy, because this massager delivers a powerful massage. Percussion is often more aggressive than standard therapeutic massage and works at loosening muscle tissue. With different head options and variable speed control, you should be able to find the right head and setting for you.

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.