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    ShoulderWand

    The RangeMaster® ShoulderWand™ is a collapsible stretching bar for patients who need to stretch shoulder-area scar tissue and increase range of motion.
    Product #: 2779RM
    • STRETCH -Physical therapy grade tool to stretch your rotator cuff and shoulder muscles for greater mobility and comfort

    • ERGONOMIC - The new patent-pending design incorporates an ergonomic handle that properly positions the humeral head during the stretching exercise

    • COLLAPSIBLE - Component parts securely connect together with threaded ends to prevent separation during overhead exercises. The secure-connection design also accommodates isometric strengthening exercises at the end of range

    • THERAPY TOOL - Great for recovery and rehabilitation after surgery or injuries and for improving pain free mobility. Helps enhance the range of motion for people suffering from arthritis, tendonitis, frozen shoulder syndrome, rotator cuff injury, bursitis and other impingement issues.

    • PROFESSIONAL QUALITY - Heavy duty, professional grade, shoulder pulley exerciser. Same high quality as shoulder pulleys used in physical therapy clinics.

     

    The RangeMaster ShoulderWand provides active assistive range of motion.

    • Range of motion exercises help improve joint function. Range of motion is how far you can move your joints in different directions. Stretching and exercises help you move each joint through its full range of motion. Movement can help keep your joints flexible, reduce pain, and improve balance and strength. 

    • Rotator Cuff Pain (Impingement Syndrome) 

    • Frozen shoulder 

    • Adhesive Capsulitis

    Collapsible and Portable

    • High quality component parts securely connect together with threaded ends to prevent separation during overhead exercises. The secure-connection design also accommodates isometric strengthening exercises at the end of range. 

    • Separate parts make the ShoulderWand easy to take anywhere to continue rehabilitation.

     

    Stretch and Improve Flexibility

    • Stretching the muscles in your shoulder is important for restoring range of motion and preventing injury.

    • Gently stretching in pain free movements can help reduce muscle soreness and keep your muscles long and flexible. 

    • Improving your flexibility can reduce pain. 

    • Breathe normally when you exercise. Try to use smooth, fluid movements. Relax all muscles in the injured extremity during exercises unless otherwise instructed. Never force a stretch.

    Neutral Position for Proper Stretching

    • The ShoulderWand has a new patent-pending design incorporating an ergonomic handle that properly positions the humeral head during the stretching exercise with a "Thumbs Up" neutral positioning.