🤩Once you see a Thera Cane and pick one up, it’s hard to resist holding on to…and that’s before you even know how to use it!
🥰A simple self-massage device can go a long way towards working with your muscular knots, stiffness, and general woes of your hard-to-reach areas. The Thera Cane’s simple yet effective design is ideal for this task.
💪The strategic pressure applied from the TherCane helps restore muscle function by breaking up adhesion in muscle fibers and tendons. The increased circulation helps the muscle to work more efficiently.
✔️Get your own Thera Cane here at CORE or in the link in our bio! Use them at home or how we do here at CORE, for use around the workplace!
💆♂️Juan, one of our massage therapists, is one of the most prolific users of them and is here today to teach you the best ways to utilize them are
📽️Watch to learn more!
THE THERAPEUTIC MASSAGER
With the Thera Cane massager, you can relieve your aches and pains without having to hire a professional therapist. The easy-to-use self-massager allows you to apply pain-relieving deep compression straight to tight, knotted trigger points wherever they arise, breaking up tension even in the most difficult-to-reach muscle locations. The Thera cane is a deep pressure massage cane that can be used to massage fragile muscle regions softly. Using one of the six strategically placed projections, you can effortlessly massage any portion of your body. All that is required for effective therapy is a small amount of arm movement and light pressure. Thera cane is made of robust fiberglass and weighs one pound.
HOW IT WORKS
The Thera Cane works by applying pressure to the muscles, allowing more oxygenated blood to flow through them. This pressure helps restore muscle function by breaking up adhesions and tensions in muscle fibers, allowing the muscle to work more efficiently. It’s the ideal remedy for a nagging ailment, a tough day at the office, or a strenuous afternoon in the garden.
For pressure, press down in the direction of the arrows. Cross-friction massage is achieved by moving the upper arms back and forth 1-2 inches. Keep your arms close to your sides.
Apply to the neck: Lean your neck into the ball, and keep your hands steady. For pressure, move your neck from side to side and up and down. Try these in a supine position as well. Pillows should be used to elevate the head. For the front and side muscles of the neck, use your fingertips.
Upper, middle, or lower back: Concentrate your concentration on the muscle you’re targeting. While standing or sitting, try a pressure and friction massage.
Application to Arms: Secure the Cane to the legs. To apply pressure, lean into or against the ball. For increased pressure, shift your body weight into the ball.
Applied to Legs: Before and after using the cane, stretch your muscles. While seated, apply cross friction massage to various regions of the leg.
The Thera Cane