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Body Tool Trigger Point Self Massager

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25" long

SKU NC69700
$43.22 Each
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Body Tool Trigger Point Self Massager is a manual massager designed to use for massage therapy. It is applied to break up myofascial tissues and release trigger points. This self-massager has seven knobs that are carefully positioned to modulate pressure on the trigger point release zones. Body Tool massages promote greater muscle relaxation and assist in releasing tight muscles.

Body Tool Benefits

  • Self-massager for hard to reach muscles
  • Non-slip grip handles
  • Seven knobs
  • Ergonomically designed
  • Helps release muscular tension temporary


Total: $43.22

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Body Tool Trigger Point Massager Features

  • Unique non-slip grip handles of the body tool allow better control and effectiveness for targeting trigger points
  • Ergonomically designed to allow user to effectively control and massage common trigger points in the neck, shoulders, back, arms, legs, torso, and feet
  • Extremely durable and is guaranteed for life against unintentional breakage
  • It measures 25" (63cm) long, and each handle measures 6" (15cm) long
  • Includes an easy-to-follow instruction guide and poster for better results and functional exercises

What to buy with Self Massager

How to use Trigger Point Tool?

  1. Take a deep breath and apply pressure to the desired muscle knot by using Body Tool Massager
  2. Apply pressure for 10-20 seconds or until tissues will become released or soften
  3. Hold on until relaxation of myofascial tissues occurs
  4. For the best result, stretching exercise and drinking a glass of water can improve flexibility and relax muscles in the body

How to massage different parts of the body with a Body Tool?

  • Back: Using the hook of the Body Tool allows you to access hard-to-reach areas. The upper back areas such as traps, rotator cuff, medial border of the scapula, and lower back areas such as the quadratus lumboram (QL) and the sacroiliac joint (SI) can be accessed.
  • Neck: Be aware the neck has many large blood vessels and nerves at the front and side.The large attachments at the back of the neck are great to work and can release many tension headaches. There are 4 tissue layers of muscle that attach the skull to the cervical spine. Use caution around the cervical spine, avoiding the processes (boney protrusions) of the cervical spine.
  • Shoulders: Shoulders have many moving parts. You don't need to know anatomy, just use the senses to guide the Body Tool to the rotator cuff. Reach those hard to reach places along the scapula and the top of the shoulder (deltoid). Finish the work you have done with a good stretch.
  • Arms: Place stick on the affected area and use natural lever-age (not strength). It really should not feel like work. You can use your fingers to examine any area and if you feel a pulse or a tingle into the appendage, use caution.
  • Hand & Wrist: We use our hands daily to lift, nurture and perform all our daily activities. The Body Tool' can be a nice treatment. Using the balls, place pressure on the palm or wrist and it will help increase blood flow to these areas.
  • Torso: Use the Body Tool to release many areas of the torso. Work the serratus anterior, abdominals and legs at the anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS).
  • Legs: You can use the balls or even the flat surface of the Body Tool' to massage the back and front of the upper and lower legs. Use the large handles for the sides and between legs.
  • Feet: You can stand on the ball and guide the pressure to open the muscle tissue. Sit and lever the bottom of foot. Work the whole area between the metatarsals. Mobilize joints around toes. Work the arch of your foot as they work very hard to give suspension and stability when we walk.

Body Tool Trigger Point Release Tool FAQ's

Q: What is a Trigger Point?

A: Injured and stressed muscles often form trigger points. These are tight muscle knots in the muscle tissues which are painful when pressing on it.

Q: Why do Trigger Point hurt?

A: Trigger point hurts when sensitive tissues of muscle causes pain and strain after injuries.

Q: How to get rid of trigger points?

A: Trigger points can be released by using trigger point tools. Trigger point tool is a self-massager that is used by applying pressure to the painful trigger points to help reduce pain in the muscle knots.

Q: What are the symptoms of trigger points?

A: Following trigger points symptoms occur in the body such as pain, pressing pain, numbness, Sweating, Burning, heaviness feeling, Dull ache, Headaches, Nausea, Fatigue, etc.

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