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.

Back Pain

Back pain is the most frequent and recurring of all musculoskeletal conditions.

Therapy consisting of massage, exercise and stretching help maintain the disc muscles, ligaments and tendons surrounding and supporting the spine. This promotes enhanced motion and alleviates aches in the back and neck.

While massagers are effective at managing or temporarily alleviating symptoms, it is always wise to consult a physician, pharmacist or nurse practitioner for prescribed treatment options.

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Customer Testimonials

Elizabeth (Corvallis, OR)
I have had hip problems for years and have even had surgery on one to repair torn cartilage. Because of this hips always feel stiff and tight and cause me pain. Previously I tried rolling on a tennis bowl or massaging it myself but it didn't work very well. I'm happy to say that the Wahl Deep Tissue massager has been working miracles. I also brought it home over the Thanksgiving holiday and my whole family tried it out. I'm pretty sure all of them are running out to go by one for themselves now. I would highly recommend this to anyone who has a trouble spot that is hard to reach, or just tight muscles in general. It is very easy to use and well built.

The content on this website was not provided by a medical practitioner and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.  Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.