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Ristroller – Massage On The Go
Massage your wrists, palms, forearms + feet with the physician-endorsed, RistRoller® — the mini foam roller you can use anywhere, and well… anywhere. Ristroller or mini foam rolling is an offshoot of traditional foam rolling, which is widely practiced in athletic, rehabilitative, and home settings to improve range of motion, decrease soreness, and relieve pain. The varying diameters and densities of our mini foam rollers allow for more self-myofascial release options than ever before.
In the above video Dr. Rubina shows how to use the soft roller to alleviate pain by getting rid of knots + tight muscles, by elongating the small muscles on both sides of the forearm, as well as how to foam roll the hand. “When muscles are elongated, there’s less pain and there’s less chance that you can pinch a nerve + irritate the median nerve, which is associated with carpal tunnel.”
In addition to being used for alleviating wrist pain, these rollers are being used by medical professionals for scar tissue (for example, stretching scar tissue for burn patients), contractures in the fingers, trigger finger, and more.
This firm mini foam roller is great for massaging your wrists, palms, forearms, quads & feet! Keep it on your desk, toss it in your bag – your roller will be ready when you are! 1.5″ in diameter and 5.75″ tall.
- Perfectly sized to massage your wrists, palms, forearms, and feet (5.75 x 1.5 Inches)
- Myofascial release you can do at your desk or on the go!
- Made from EVA foam
- Helps reduce lactic acid and great for carpal tunnel relief
- Physician endorsed
Wrist rolling is simple to do. You just place the roller on a table with your wrist lying directly on top and push the roller back and forth with your wrist. You can also use the roller for a forearm myofascial release. Placing the roller between a table and your forearm. Here you would curl your wrist around the roller, add extra pressure, then flex your wrist up and away.
Since I have used a computer way before it was a necessity, I have had carpal tunnel in both wrists and problems with my elbow nerves on both arms. The Ristroller is really helping my hands start to feel better. Anyone that works on a computer should have one of these near them. I tried everything for years that I would read about to help with my hands, but nothing worked and ended up with too many surgeries.
The RistRoller is a mini foam roller you can use anywhere. These small rollers are perfect for the office. I keep this in my purse so I can use it in the car, waiting for appointments, or going to dinner and having to wait. Any time I have a few minutes to try to help my hands and arms.
RistRoller can be used by patients with scar tissue & burn patients, particularly great for scar stretching in the palm of the hands. Comatose patients (to work out the contractures in the fingers and hands), patients with dupuytren’s contracture, stroke patients, and patients with stenosing tenosynovitis (treatment for trigger finger, trigger thumb).
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