Inventor and founder of the PainReliefTool.com
I have been in practice over 30 years and implemented muscle balancing to reduce strain and ultimately pain, Utilizing Trigger Point Therapy, resistive stretching and rehabilitative exercise has benefit’s my patient's greatly. Wanting to have my patients continue treatment at home and someth
Inventor and founder of the PainReliefTool.com
I have been in practice over 30 years and implemented muscle balancing to reduce strain and ultimately pain, Utilizing Trigger Point Therapy, resistive stretching and rehabilitative exercise has benefit’s my patient's greatly. Wanting to have my patients continue treatment at home and something I personally could use. I designed and created the pain relief tool.
Neck pain, helps increase and maintain the cervical curve.
Sinus pain and pressure.
Promotes deeper sleep
Upper back and shoulder pain
Mid back in between shoulder pain
Tingling numbness down the arms
Lower back pain.
Sciatic Pain numbness and tingling
Psoas spasm release
Acupressure points support: Liver, gall bladder, stomach, pancreas and adrenal.
Using the tool place the two top contact points between the head and upper neck. Place the middle two contact points, midpoint between the shoulder and the neck one to two inches down from the top of the upper muscle. (as illustrated below) Adjust the tool by rotating the plunger and counter rotating the thumb nuts to loosen and slide the plunger to the desired position. Then tighten the plunger and thumb nuts to lock down. Take a photo of the back of the tool for reference.
Begin slowly, start by trying it out once to twice a day for short periods of time. As you adapt to the tool, you can build up to longer application. It is normal to be a little sore the next day. If you are very sore, decrease pressure intensity and duration.
Constant Pressure: Begin with gentle pressure of the Tool on the trigger point. Start out slowly, thirty seconds to one minute at a time on each trigger point. Gradually, add more time and pressure as your body adjust to the Tool.
You can stretch and traction the spine with this exercise. Push down against the contact points. Maintain constant pressure and hold for a few seconds, then release. This can be done in a chair, on the bed or floor.
Use a hold and release motion to exercise the muscle. Push down, release, and repeat.
A rocking motion—back and forth, side to side—will increase joint mobilization and muscle strength.
You can unscrew the plunger off the bracket (watch for the nylon washers). Use alone to reach isolated points of the muscle.
When the contact points are placed on a trigger point it can be very tender initially. If it is too painful for you, adjust the amount of pressure either by using the tool in a seated position or recliner. After 10 to 15 seconds the pain should subside if not move to another less painful point.
Sit in a padded high back chair or for more pressure lay face up on a mat, carpeted surface or bed. Place the top two contact points between the head and upper neck and gently lay back, (illustrated above). Hold in place with desired pressure and duration. (see Tips on how to use the tool below). After working one point move the tool down incrementally finding other points, until the top contact points reach the base of the neck, a pillow may be needed to support the head, then bring the top two contact points to the top of the neck and base of the head again, push your head back to increase the pressure and induce traction, then release and repeat .Turn your head side to side pushing down to stretch and exercise the muscles of the neck.
Using the same configuration of the tool for the Cervical and middle Thoracic spine. Lay face up place both feet to your buttocks and raise the torso, slide the tool under, placing the two upper contact points, one on each side of the lower spine and the two middle contact points one on each of the buttock cheeks and gently lower down. Hold in place with desired pressure and duration. (See Tips on how to use the tool below). Move up incrementally until the top two contact points are at the midback and lower back junction. (See diagram above). Bring the tool back to the lower back and buttocks position, lay down on the tool then tightening the abdominal muscles in a pelvic rock maneuver (crunch position), Gently rock side to side to stretch and exercise the lower back core muscles.
Hold the tool with the upper two contact points align over the center of each brow, hold in place with desired pressure and duration, (See tips on how to use the tool below). Move the tool down so the contact points align one on each side of the middle of the nose (See diagram above). Hold in place with desired pressure and duration, this can be done by lying face down on the tool, or laying face up with the tool resting on the points.
Lay face down slide the tool with the same configuration as the neck and lower back (See diagram Left) under the belly, gently lay on the tool with the upper two contact points just below the rib cage, hold in place with desired pressure and duration (See tips on how to use the tool below). This also targets the Psoas muscle. The stretch and exercise are done by extending the back repeatably. (Superman pose)
For easier application wear the backpack with the tool. Incrementally move the backpack up or down the spine by pulling the drawstrings forward, up or down to allow application of the full spine, or laying on the backpack face down under the belly, for acupressure points, iliopsoas muscle or facial (sinus) application.
Question: Can it be adjusted
Answer: Yes to fit indervidual body types and sizes
Question: Is it strong.
Answer: Yes Eligant Robust and Strong.
Question: Are the contact points hard.
Answer: No thay are soft they mimic somebody's thumb pad.
Question: Where can I use it.
Answer: It is light weight easy to apply especialy when used in the provided string backpack. use it anywhere against a wall, chair on the floor or in bed.
Over the counter pills can be toxic and affect the stomach Liver and Kidneys. Prescription pills can be addictive
Trigger Points are area's in the muscle, the size of a small pea. They can be Latent or Active. Latent are confined to the area the TP is located. Active TP refer pain numbness or tingling to other areas and follow a predicted pattern. By identifying and treating TP you can eliminated unwanted pain, referred tingling and numbness associated with TP. There are many TP
Trigger points can become active meaning they start to refer pain to other areas by applying pressure to the trigger point this then reduces the source of pain
Referred Muscle Pain
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