Your pain-free guide to pain relief.

For best results we recommend someone else give you a massage using one of our massagers. When giving yourself a massage, follow our guides as best as possible. Certain body areas may be hard to reach. Do not move out of your normal range of motion as it could cause injury. Switch hands or take a short break after extended use. If you experience any pain or numbness in your hand, stop using the massager.

Neck and Upper Back

Massage each shoulder toward back of neck to point just behind and below ear. Then back to shoulder. Repeat several times.

When massaging the upper back, start from the spine and using short strokes to work your way outward towards the underarm. (Again, be careful not to come in contact with the spinal area.)

The same procedure is used to massage the chest. Start from the sternum and use short strokes to work your way outward toward the underarm.

DO NOT use the massager over the abdomen or below the rib cage.

Customer Testimonials

Wendy (MI)
The first thing that stood out to me is how heavy it is. That is a good thing...it feels real sturdy and like it will last a long time. I like having so many choices of attachments. I find myself using the deep muscle stimulator and the triad attachment the most so far. I have chronic pain due to arthritis and so often am sore and taking meds. I also carry my stress in my neck, so I have enjoyed playing with the massager to find the right way/attachment to address that. I have no doubt this will get a lot of use. I'm already sharing it with my teen so who is an athlete and he enjoys it as well.

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