A patient recently introduced me to the
Pressure Pointer and I was extremely impressed with the
design, quality and performance. We are often asked for home
product recommendations and thought this would be great to
promote to our patients/athletes.
Dr. Jeff Hill
I think the Pressure Pointer is the best
self-massage therapy tool available. Client's find it easy to
use after brief instruction, and prefer it when given the choice
of using the Backnobber or Theracane. With the Pressure Pointer,
effective stretching can be performed while applying gentle
sustained pressure using your foot instead of having to use
your arms to apply the pressure. It is an especially helpful
tool for employees who work on computers, and experience upper
back and scapulae area tightness and pain. I think companies
should keep Pressure Pointers in their break rooms for
employees to use on a regular basis.
Teresa Boynton, MS, OTR
As a practicing physical
therapist and athletic trainer, I have had my patients and
athletes utilize the Pressure Pointer as well as other
pressure therapy tools.
In my experience, the Pressure Pointer has been
overwhelmingly the tool of choice for a variety of reasons.
First, the ability of the patient to use leg force to
apply the necessary pressure instead of their arms allows
the target tissues to relax which is a necessity for
Second, the multiple interchangeable heads allow for a wide
variety of treatment goals aimed at reducing pain,
superficial and deep myofascial dysfunctions.
Third, the Pressure Pointer is user friendly and is a
fantastic modality to most soft tissue treatments.
Robb Blackaby MSPT, ATC
What a great product! I've tried everything
from Ma Rollers to Theracanes and most of the stuff in
between. The Pressure Pointer allows me to work out knots from
my knees to my neck that have been there for years. Thanx for
a great addition to my self care arsenal!
The Pressure Pointer is a most
effective, and valuable tool for this condition, and one which
I cannot do without. It has eliminated any need, however
misguided, for recurrent and expensive trips to the Doctors
for treatment or surgery. I much prefer it over the Theracane
and BackNobber as they do not allow for the use of the
powerful leg and foot muscles to apply the needed pressure.
I have had chronic upper thoracic and lower cervical back
and neck pain for years. I've been to chiropractors and
physical therapists, with no long term solutions for
relief. Then, while at a friend's house, I tried the
Pressure Pointer and knew I had to have one. It is by far
the best tool I've found to deep massage while stretching
the muscles that aggravate me most--those between and up
under my shoulder blades. The Pressure Pointer, in
combination with strengthening exercises to improve
posture has been my home care solution for a healthy,
I really love your Pressure Pointer. I work on a computer
all day, every day, and sometimes my back, shoulders and
neck get so tense that I have to quit. Some of my friends
tried to get me to buy a Pressure Pointer, but I resisted
for a long time because of the cost. I realize that the cost
really isn't that bad if you compare it to a visit to the
doctor, chiropractor or a massage, but it seemed like a lot.
Finally after a particularly bad day I broke down and
purchased one, and I am glad that I did. The Pressure
Pointer lets me message my back and shoulders myself when I
need it. The combination of massage and stretching relieves
most of the pain so I can continue to do what I want.
I like the Pressure Pointer so much that I just bought a 2nd
one to give to my sister.
Thanks, Mike Barry
After twenty years of lower back tension
pressing on the sciatica nerve I found your product able to dig
into the tension and relieve the tightness that could not be
relieved through stretching or chiropractic adjustments. It has
opened up doors of activity that were thought to be closed.
I thank God your product has given me a second chance.
Gratefully Thankful, Jim ez Foss Warwick R.I.
"I just wanted to commend you on such a wonderful product.
I have been diagnosed with Myofascial pain, which resulted
from a car accident back in February 2002. Last night I
used it and it felt wonderful. I could feel the relief
almost instantly. For someone who hasn't had a pain free day
since my accident, it was wonderful to have a product handy
that helped make my pain less intense, if just for a few
minutes. Thank you for this innovation!"
Tanisha Cross Garner
Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist
Dear Pressure Products,
Your product is incredible. We've had the pleasure of using
the Pressure Pointer for quite a while now. In that time,
We've found that no amount of manual massage, heat therapy,
or anti- inflammatory can relieve pain and muscle stress
like the Pressure Pointer. It's unique design allows me to
find a comfortable seated position while using it. Using my
hands to guide the roller head while I regulate massage
pressure with a foot is a stroke of genius. This combination
allows me to apply the perfect amount of pressure to just
the right spot. All the while, my back and shoulders remain
relaxed and ready to be massaged. The Pressure Pointer's
adjustability allows everyone in the family to use it, and
the interchangeable roller sizes give us many options for
the right massage. What a great product!
John and Susan Salisbury
"I prefer the rolling heads of the Pressure
Pointer over the Thera Cane, I highly recommend the Pressure
Pointer to everybody. Thank you for a truly great product."
"There was a knot between my shoulder blades for
years, I've tried all the back tools I could find, only the
Pressure Pointer has been able to get at it in a way that stops
the pain. Thanks for making such a great product available."
Jill Peterson, Office Manager
"The Pressure Pointer made my neck pain go away.
I keep it at the office now and use it during breaks and
sometimes even stay a few minutes late so I can use it before I
Ann G., CAD technician
"I have found your device to be the best remedy
yet for relieving the shoulder and neck pain I get from using
the computer all day."
Steve Donlin, Graphic Designer.