HaSeftni Trigger Point Roller Massager Tool with 6 Balls for Pain Relief deep Tissue Handheld Suitable for Legs Waist Neck and Shoulder Massage Relaxer (Blue)
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Heat : Using a heat setting will help to further relax tight muscles by increasing blood flow to the target area.Unfortunately, this item does not have an auto shut-off option, so make sure you stay awake during use. It only comes with a soft, drawstring bag for transport, and we would have preferred a hard case with a zipper to protect our investment. Electric massagers give you a more stable and effortless massage, whereas manual massagers require more effort but allow for greater control of pressure and speed. Choosing the right one depends on personal preference, says Olufade.
The overall design is a bit cumbersome, and you have to pull down with greater force to work on deep knots, which may be difficult for people with limited mobility or strength. The nodes also change direction automatically every 30 seconds, it’s more expensive and some people report a weaker heating element. For these reasons, we like the Etekcity as a cordless alternative, but it doesn’t compare to a plug-in model. The optional heat therapy is great for relaxation and comfort, but it also increases blood flow to the area, which promotes healing for more intense injuries. The massager’s control panel is intuitive to use—the power switch, direction button, intensity button, and heater button are all well-labeled and easy to spot.
Cheaper and simpler massagers will only have one mode of operation. For higher priced and more intensive massagers, look out for the following: Zachary Woolever, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, a board-certified clinical specialist in orthopedics and clinic director of Pivot Physical Therapy in College Park, Maryland