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Uses & Techniques

Extensive information on the best practices for using the MedMassager for various conditions.

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Using the Foot Massager for Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis is the inflammation of the tendons and fascia under the foot at the arch. We recommend wearing socks as this area is often very tender.

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Using the Foot Massager for Calf and Lower Leg Pain

Calf and lower leg pain can be caused by a number of conditions, including Restless Leg Syndrome. We recommend the techniques shown in the pictures to help relieve cramping in the calf area, as well as aches in the outer lateral muscles of the lower leg.

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Using the Foot Massager for Heel and Bone Spurs

Spurs are accumulated calcium deposits on the bones of the heel or anywhere on the foot (or any other part of the body). They can be very painful and will sometimes need surgical intervention to scrape the spur. A theraputic approach such as massage can be a great attempt at healing the spurs before undergoing surgery.

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Using the Foot Massager for Diabetes and Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral neuropathy, numbness, tingling and/or pain in the lower extremities can complicate your diabetes treatments. In addition, poor circulation can lead to diabetic leg sores, swelling and difficulty healing of any open skin area.

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Using the Foot Massager for Tired Feet and Ankles

Is your body tired, or even achey, from being on your feet all day? We recommend using the Foot Massager for your tired feet and ankles for immediate relief. Follow these techniques to get the best use out of your MedMassager.

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Using the Body Massager for Knee Pain

Knee pain can arise from a variety of causes, but here we'll discuss knee pain caused by simple arthritis or a mild strain.

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Using the Body Massager for Lower Back Pain

When experiencing lower back pain, there are two techniques that MedMassager users find to be most effective.

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Using the Body Massager for Tendinitis

Tendinitis is the inflammation of a tendon. When muscles are used over and over, their tendons are constantly tugged on and can become inflammed. With the MedMassager, you can reduce or eliminate inflammation in muscle tendons using these techniques.

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Using the Body Massager for Calf and Lower Leg Pain

For calf and lower leg pain, the MedMassager body massager or foot massager can be used to help relieve pain.

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Using the Body Massager for Mid and Upper Neck Pain

This is an area that most often results from tightness and stress in the back muscles. When using the Body Massager for the mid to upper back, there are two very effective techniques to maximize your results:

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Using the Body Massager for Shoulder Pain

Pain specific to the shoulder itself should be massaged around the muscle cap of the shoulder (deltoids), down the back of the shoulder (rotator cuff) as well as the front of the shoulder and even partially into the big chest muscle (pectoral).

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Using the Body Massager for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is an irritation of the median nerve as it passes through the groove between the hand bones. When tissues become inflamed and swollen due to overuse, there is pressure put onto the median nerve that then results in pain.

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Using the Body Massager for Thigh and Hamstring Pain

If you're experiencing muscle pain in the quadriceps (front thigh muscle), rhythmically move the MedMassager Body Massager from the top of the leg down to the knee and back up.

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Using the Body Massager for Neck Pain

If you are experiencing neck pain due to stress-induced muscle spasms, fibromyalgia, or minimally involved neck arthritis, follow these techniques to use the body massager properly and safely.

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