Knee pain sucks! You would know this if you suffer from arthritis or have ever had to endure a night of painful knees. That pain can leave you miserable for days. Even though you have an option of seeking health care treatment from a physiotherapist or a chiropractor, a knee massager is the best alternative with zero side effects and offers quick pain relief.
Knee massagers offer convenience and are way affordable than the trips to the hospital. Besides, you get to enjoy and relax as you relieve the pain. Knee massagers come in different styles and designs. Some are handheld while others are wrap-around. They also incorporate different technologies like infrared heat and vibration, air compression or magnet physiotherapy. The latest technology currently is cold laser therapy. This technology uses light energy that passes through your skin into your knee tissues in order to relieve the pain and reduce inflammation.
1.Imitate artificial massage: 5-level airbag wrap, relax knee soft tissue, by squeezing the knee around the airbag. Automatic filling and relaxation to achieve the effect of massaging the knee
2. Warm heating: 14 kinds of temperature selection, speed up blood flow in the knee joint, temperature penetrates the skin, relaxes blood circulation, soothes skin blood circulation
3. Photosensitive radiation: built-in infrared light, penetrates muscles, makes cells more energetic
4. Magnetic Physics: Releases healthy magnetic energy. The built-in energy magnet helps balance the magnetic field at the bottom of the muscle, releasing a healthy magnetic force and speeding up pain relief.
5. Relax pain from the inside: solve knee problems.Knee massager, large screen display for easy operation, airbag massage, infrared heating, long working hours, multiple massage modes
Other safety tips you should observe include:
- Always observe the time guideline provided unless recommended otherwise by your doctor
- Check for any loose wires
- Always use the auto shut-off function if there is a chance that you may fall asleep during use
- For heat pad massagers, start with lower temperatures and way your way up as you gauge the intensity of the heat