Increase blood flow to tight areas through myofascial release
Help to break up scar tissue from surgery
Relieve pain in hard-to-reach places with a deep tissue massage
Release tension by driving out waste from muscle fibers
The Myofascial Massage Balls use trigger point therapy and myofascial system to relax muscles along hard to reach areas of the body. By rolling the balls along your muscles, tension is released directly on the trigger point, providing you the relief you need in the places you need it. As the ball massages, it increases blood flow to the tight area and drives out waste from muscle fibers. Use the largest ball for a gentle massage, the medium ball for a medium-pressure massage, and the smallest ball for a deep tissue massage.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Myofascial System and Myofascial Release?
The Myofascial System refers to the muscle itself as well as its fascia—the thin sheath that wraps around and connects the muscles, bones, nerves, and blood vessels. Myofascial Release is when the thin sheath that wraps around the muscles is massaged and tension is released, relieving pain.
What is Trigger Point Therapy?
A trigger point is a constricted area within the muscle that causes pain. Trigger Point Therapy works to alleviate the source of pain (the “knot” or trigger point) through pressure and release, helping ease referred pain.
What specific conditions do the Myofascial Massage Balls help with?