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Review: Thera Cane Deep Pressure Massager

Thera Cane Deep Pressure Massager

Thera Cane Deep Pressure Massager

This week, we take a moment to review the Thera Cane Deep Pressure Massager.

Item: Thera Cane Deep Pressure Massager
Price: $35 AUD 
Manufacturer: Thera Cane
Purchase: Thera Cane Australia/Amazon

After 16 seasons of football, years of functional fitness training, and a number of countless wipeouts while in the surf, there’s no hiding the fact my back is seriously beginning to cause me some issues.

What originally began as small muscle tightness in the lower part of my lats, has now evolved into severe muscle tension that is genuinely causing some real discomfort in my day to day life.

To stay on top of the problem, I have enrolled in numerous stretch therapy classes, taken up Pilates and become a mini expert in how to relieve muscle tension in my back.

One of the products I came across over the past few months was the Thera Cane Deep Pressure Massager.

When I first set eyes on the Thera Cane, I thought it was a gardening tool left lying around by my roommates. The product is a thin, cane looking object with random knobs and stumps coming out at various points, and probably one of the last things you would think would be used for muscle therapy!

However, despite it’s appearance, the Thera Cane Deep Pressure Massager has proved to be one of the best, and most important products I have bought in my lifetime.

What it does, is allow you to get to those out-of-reach places in your back and work right into those tough trigger points.

Essentially, the Thera Cane allows you to become your own massage therapist. It’s designed with different pressure points, which allows you to switch between working methods to get into those hard to reach places.

A learning DVD that comes with the Thera Cane shows all the main trigger points, as well as what exercises to do to relieve certain parts of your body.

Over the past few years, I have used tennis balls, corners and edges of walls, and even golf clubs to try to hit certain tension points in my back, but now the Thera Cane has made that job a lot easier.

While I’m focusing on the back muscles, the Thera Cane Deep Pressure Massager is just as effective on other parts of the body. The device is also great to relieve tension in your legs, arms, neck and shoulders.

It does take a bit of getting used to, but with the help of the DVD and a bit of self experimenting, the Thera Cane should prove to be a great tool to keep your body relaxed and free of tension.

In terms of negatives, some people with smaller body sizes have complained about the Thera Cane being too big for them to use, and found the device to be really inaccurate and hard to use. In addition, some users find it’s effectiveness lacking in the leg and arm regions, and prefer to use a foam roller.

Overall though, it’s fair to say the Thera Cane Trigger Point Massager is a great product for anyone keen on relieving muscle tension.

The device is much cheaper than a trip to your local masseuse and is really easy to use when you get the hang of it. In addition, it’s very light and can literally be taken anywhere. So not only is it effective but it’s also affordable, you can pick one up from [Amazon] for just $29.95.

Online, it has received great reviews and this article is yet another one. We give the Thera Cane the thumbs up. Therefore The Rx Review PRESCRIBES this device to any athlete or CrossFitter.

For more information on exercises using the Thera Cane Deep Pressure Massager, check out the video below:


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