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Hand-L

$59.95

The Hand-L 2.0 is an innovative professional massage tool designed for trigger point work, for deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, or for simple relaxation massage. It ismassage tool that was effective, comfortable to hold and could help take the strain off of my fingers and thumbs. The Hand-L will truly make many aspects of your job easier and more effective. Now in Stock!

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Interested in reducing thumb and finger fatigue, while prolonging your career?

Hand-L massage tool 2.0 is the answer.

The Hand-L 2.0, made in the USA, is an innovative professional massage tool designed for trigger point work, for deep tissue massage, or for simple relaxation massage.

The Hand-L 2.0 is made of hand-finished stoneware clay in an attractive “earthtone” color, glazed at client contact areas for comfort, unglazed on the gripping surface to provide safe, slip-free control even if you have oil on your hands. The updated glaze finish on the client contact surfaces has slightly more “drag” than the original to provide better control when working with lubricant on the skin.

The Hand-L was developed by Bob McAtee internationally known massage therapist, lecturer and author.

“For years, I searched unsuccessfully for a massage tool that was effective, comfortable to hold and could help take the strain off of my fingers and thumbs. There simply was nothing out there. During my search, the shape for the Hand-L suddenly came to me in a dream. I think you will be as satisfied with the Hand-L as thousands of massage therapists and chiropractors are today. The Hand-L will truly make many aspects of your job easier and more effective.”

Comes with a padded belt holster carrying case. Constructed from 1,000 denier cordura packcloth, padded and lined. Sturdy belt loop and a flap with a velcro closure.

Sold with a one-year replacement warranty against breakage.

How to Use the Hand-L 2.0

Simply hold the Hand-L in the palm of your hand and rest your straight thumb on the Hand-L (as in the photo); avoid hyper-extending your thumb.

Treat trigger points as usual, except push/lean through your hand, not your thumb, allowing the Hand-L to do the work as you relieve the stress on your joints. There are several other ways to hold the Hand-L. See some examples in the videos and then let your creativity, skill, and client needs guide you. The unique shape of the Hand-L 2.0 utilizes leverage instead of strength making your work much easier.

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