Coming soon is The DIY general pain management guide , The DIY shoulder pain guide and The DIY neck pain guide. We are adding additional products that will support the exercises necessary for the pain management of each body area and will support the content provided by each treatment guide.
Rangemaster shoulder pulley: Excellent use for early treatment of the highly sensitive shoulder. Allows for passive range of motion and active assistive range of motion for the shoulder, introducing pain free motion.
Resistive Bands: Resistive training is critical for tolerance building for chronic neck to help build upper thoracic strength which supports the neck and head in static postures. Static postures are correlated to persistent neck pain.
Resistant strengthening for shoulder pain is important to introduce low level strengthening and motion activities. These motions mimic activities of daily living and introduce the motion to the shoulder.
The sensory ball is a ball that is used for AAROM and function strengthening. It is to be used against the wall, in multiple directions. The ball allows for support but also forces the shoulder to provide more stability during motion. It is an excellent transition exercise for the shoulder for individuals who are having difficulty with endurance or strength lifting their hand above the shoulder height.
The ball can also be used for several core and pelvic stabilization exercises to help improve coordination of the low back musculature during back pain.
The Serola SI Belt: The SI is a complicated joint that can use support when irritated. The Serola belt is the belt market. The belt should be work to monitor high pain levels at first, then weened off as pain lessons. Perform core strengthening exercises with the belt on and off as pain levels drop, eventually eliminating the sue of the belt. Research indicates that the SI joint is responsible for approximately 12% of back pain. Great for unstable pelvis or post partum/pregnancy.