Using The Magic Wand Rechargeable Massager For Therapy And Relaxation
The therapeutic benefits of massage are well known and accepted. For years the Hitachi Magic Wand range of massagers (which are the Magic Wand Rechargeable, Magic Wand Original, Magic Wand Plus) have been used for non-invasive therapeutic relief helping to reduce pain, reduce stress, improve circulation and improve overall mental and physical well being.
After work or after a work-out – the cordless Magic Wand Rechargeable is the massager to come home to. Whether it is to manage the pain associated with sports-related injuries, ease the discomfort associated with chronic back, knee pain and arthritis, to sooth tired and sore muscles, to or to simply relax – the Magic Wand Rechargeable's pulsating vibrations gently target and deeply massage – helping to ease tension, reduce pain and bring about much needed relaxation and relief.
Through stringent testing and quality control, the FDA in America has certified the range of Hitachi Magic Wands as approved therapeutic medical massage devices in the USA.
The designers at Hitachi have perfected the vibration speeds to not only offer low to high settings you'll actually enjoy using, but also designed the vibrations at the correct hertz (Hz) 'frequency' so they resonate deep offering penetrating pain relief.
In addition to a clever ergonomic design, it’s light weight makes it comfortable to hold and easy to use on all parts of your body including neck, shoulders, upper and lower arms, legs and feet. Where-ever the magic of therapeutic touch is needed.
Please note: If you have any medical conditions, it is recommended to consult a doctor for advice before using this product.
Features and therapeutic benefits of the Magic Wand Rechargeable:
FDA approved in the USA as a therapeutic medical device.
Plug-and-play. Can be used cordless or plugged in using mains power.
Easy to use and comfortable to hold.
Lightweight, ergonomic design.
Non-invasive all-over body relief.
Improve recovery time from work-outs.
Improve blood flow and circulation.