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Introducing the New RangeRoller

Medi-Dyne Introduces RangeRoller Multi-layer Massage Therapy with Trigger Treads

Medi-Dyne Healthcare Products announced the introduction of the new RangeRoller line of multi-layer massage therapy rollers with Trigger Treads™, an advancement in massage therapy rollers that engages both upper and lower layers of muscles and connective tissue.

The new RangeRoller incorporates the most sought after attributes of massage therapy sticks and rollers with its light weight and convenient size and combines it with the ground-breaking new Trigger Treads™ technology to deliver perhaps the deepest massage available from a massage therapy roller.

“We are passionate about the importance of maintaining the health of the body’s interconnective chain,” states Craig DiGiovanni, VP Sales, Medi-Dyne, “Massage therapy and trigger point relief have always played an important role in this. The RangeRoller with Trigger Treads™ takes massage to a whole new level. Users will find that they are able to reach muscles and connective tissue that they simply cannot with other products.”

Designed to meet more demanding needs, the RangeRoller multi-layer massage therapy products provide a range of benefits, including:

  • Range of Depth
    The Range Roller’s exclusive Trigger Treads™ enable users to reach deep – massaging both the upper and lower layers of muscles and connective tissue to more effectively warm muscles, increase circulation, relieve knots, eliminate scar tissue, and increase performance.
  • Range of Sizes
    Three unique sizes allow users to custom-fit their needs: • Original – Medium stiffness and convenient size make it perfect to take anywhere. • XL – The longer size make this the right Range Roller for backs and legs. • Pro – The firmest Range Roller in the line provides the deepest penetration for those who need a little extra.
  • Range of Motion
    Non-slip grip handles and light-weight design enhance control, prevent muscle fatigue and maximize roller performance.
  • Range of Color
    Available in 12 colors, including: maroon, red, pink, orange, yellow, green, royal blue, pewter, purple, black, gray, and white. Range Rollers can be customized to match team, club, or favorite color combinations.

More information about the RangeRoller massage therapy line can be found at www.Medi-Dyne.com. The RangeRoller is made in the USA.

Your Back Pain May Be All in Your…Legs?

A misalignment of your body no matter how small, can wreak havoc from your head to your toes. Because the muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints in your body act as links in an interconnective chain it takes these links working together to allow you to accomplish basic motions like sitting, walking, and running. If any one of these links is injured or not functioning properly the entire chain suffers. For millions of people each year that breakdown occurs first in their legs and feet.

The Weak Recruit the Strong

Lower body muscle imbalances put the back and lower extremities at high risk of injury. Weak muscles cause tighter, stronger muscles to be recruited by the central nervous system in order to perform the same movement, doing jobs they were never intended to do. Often time weak legs or misaligned lower body extremities cause tighter core muscles to be recruited in order to support the back. Over time this can cause pain in the joints, muscle strains, and/or injuries. Most people don’t realize they have these imbalances until it’s too late.

Make Your Legs Work for You

You can realize both short-term relief and long-term healing by making sure your feet and legs are doing their jobs properly. Building stability, flexibility, and strength in your lower body, helps ensure the lower body is functionally supporting your back.

A simple step that leads to short-term relief is promoting stability and proper alignment. Walking, training or stretching with your legs and feet parallel, hip-distance-apart, with your toes pointed forward and your hips balanced over your knees will promote basic alignment. Also using supportive foot care products, such as Tuli’s reinforcing insoles or heel cups, will help to prevent misalignment caused by the feet or ankles. Maintaining correct structure is only possible if the muscles and fascia are balanced and operating correctly.

The next steps that will help to heal and alleviate pain from your back include stretching and strengthening your lower body muscles.  Although the skeletal system aligns our body, it is our soft tissues (muscles) that pull our alignment out of place.  Focus on stretching your hamstrings to recover correct posture, your piriforms which run from your thigh bone to the base of the spine, and your gluteus muscles for hip flexibility and pelvis support. The CoreStretch helps to provide an extended stretch for your hamstrings, hips and back.  Squats, lunges, or even lateral leg lifts will also increase strength and flexibility of tight, lower-body muscles. Such self-care solutions can help take you toward reducing and preventing back pain.

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