Inventor and occupational therapist, Emily J. Thompson of Baraboo, WI has created a new massaging device to help reduce hand pain and improve hand mobility issues at home or wherever needed.Many people suffer from aches and pains in the hand area. This can happen while on the job, working around the house, or practicing a favorite hobby. Licensed therapists will target specific areas in the hand to improve mobility and reduce hand pain. Unfortunately, therapists are not always present, and even if they are, they can be costly. But any self-administered massage only works one hand at a time. Emily just knew there had to be a better way. In turn, she was inspired to develop Handez!The invention features a moveable area in the middle of the device that is made of a flexible material with massaging nubs. A user moves the device back-and-forth from the tips of their fingers to the base of the palm. The device can then be placed on the table, allowing the forearm or hand to be rolled out. The nubs work to massage muscle tissue and fascia to improve range of motion and flexibility, while providing pain reduction. The sides can be removed for easier access between hands, or when rolling the device within the hand. Now users will be able to work or participate in their hobbies more effectively and for a longer period of time. Want to learn more about Handez? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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